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How to Find the Truth in Advertising

By September 6, 2017 No Comments
How many people whom are advertising their products to you would actually spend the money they are asking and buy that product for themselves ?
That is a very important question to ask yourself. Are those celebrities actually using those products ?
Are the company founders/stockholders and owners completely behind the product OR is it simply a revenue generator ? These are important questions to ask because YOU are not a guinea pig. You are spending your hard earned money and expect a return on your investment.
That being said…be realistic as you view advertisements and do your research on the company. Good marketing can be very deceptive … that does not mean that all products are not what they claim but what it does mean is that it is important for you as a consumer to make sure you are not falling for the hype but rather for FACT.
We are in a world where we are accustomed to having the answer at our fingertips but those answers are often just add to the confusion . JUST because it is on google does NOT make it fact. Use your head and do your research to find the truth because eventually and with proper process of elimination you will find it. OR you of course have the option of believing everything you read and will end upcasting your money. Education is the key to everything.
 
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Lisa Alexander

Author Lisa Alexander

From a fifth generation agricultural family long engrained in the history of California, Ms. Alexander is an expert in green design, organic products, sustainable businesses and day-to-day green living. She is a Dame of Malta and a member of the Society of California Pioneers. Ms. Alexander resides in San Francisco and is actively involved in numerous charity and community causes including the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Fight Against Breast Cancer, Cancer Care Services, the UCLA Foundation, Pets Unlimited, the Guardsman of San Francisco and The Parks Trust to name a few. A visionary in fashion design, Lisa Alexander took her years of experience in the couture fashion industry and launched several different fashion lines in the US. She also founded (in resepect to her agricultural roots) “Mo Betta Pickles“, a pickle company sold to William Sonoma. An international adventurer, Lisa has climbed Kilimanjaro, sailed with the America’s Cup team on the sailboat Defiance, and modeled for Givenchy and Valentino in Europe and New York. She spent five years living in London, Switzerland and India and the combination of these experiences gives an international perspective to her sense of fashion, style and market opportunity.

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