” 588 2300 EMPIRE!” Sang a woman in an upbeat rhythm. That was the phone number on a commercial for a carpet installation service in Chicago where I grew up. When I reminisce about television advertisements I watched as a child, I remember a lot of the catchy phrases and for products, most of which I never used. The advertising and public relations industries have both experienced the benefits of digital technology in more ways than just the accessibility it affords, but the nature of both, remains to influence and control public opinions.
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