Advertising is one of the biggest sectors in India.
It generates over Rs 500 crore every year.
But, as we all know, advertisements are a tricky subject.
So, what are the big differences between ‘Fifties’ and ’60s ads?
In a recent column, The Times Of India, the national daily, quoted an ad agency veteran who claimed that there are few differences between the ads of the fifties and the fiscally responsible fiftys.
The former are ‘real’ and the latter are ‘fakes’.
This is true.
While some of the ads in the frisks are realistic, many are not.
This is partly due to the fact that many advertisers don’t want to pay for a fake ad.
It is also due to what is happening in the advertising industry today.
In India, advertising is one-man show.
Advertisers want to get maximum bang for their buck.
They want to be seen as authentic.
So they go for the most authentic and tasteful advertisement they can.
The more authentic and authentic an advertisement, the more likely it is to sell.
For the same reason, the ‘fifty shades’ of ‘Frisks’ are often seen as more authentic.
The advertisements of the ’50 Shades’ series have more ‘facetiousness’ and are also more likely to sell, according to an advertising expert.
The ads of ’60 Shades’ are more likely for consumers to buy the book, but they also tend to sell more copies.
The ads of “Fifty shades of gray” also tend towards the fisheye lens.
This may be because consumers prefer the fiercer and darker the advertisement, but it is also because the ’60 shades of grey’ ads are more authentic, said Anushita Sharma, an independent advertising consultant.
It is no coincidence that the ‘Brahman film’ in India is seen as the ‘most authentic’ and that the movie stars Arjun Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra have starred in it.
The film is said to be the most honest portrayal of the life of a woman in India and features the same actors in the film.
But, the fact remains that many of these ads do not have a soul.
While there are some ads that make us think, there are many that make you think twice.
So how do we know if a fake is authentic?
In India there are so many brands that do not care about making money, and therefore don’t advertise in the most popular advertising channels.
They don’t know how to sell ads, and their ads don’t make money either.
The best way to spot fake advertisements is to go to the advertisers, said Sharma.
In the past, the ad industry had two basic strategies for spotting fake advertisements.
They used social media to flag advertisements and the advertising channels in India were not aware of what they are doing.
In the case of online advertising, this is why fake ads are usually seen on social media.
These ads also tend not to be very convincing and they tend to be fake, said a marketing professional.
The other way of spotting fake ads is to check the authenticity of the advertisements.
For instance, you might be able to find fake ads in magazines or in newspapers, which are usually published in a reputable publication.
These days, however, there is a new strategy being used to spot the fake advertisements on the internet.
A few months ago, Indian e-commerce giant Snapdeal had launched a programme called ‘Aadhaar Ad Scan’.
It is a platform that allows you to scan the QR code and see if a product is authentic or not.
Snapdeal uses this scanner to check if a genuine ad has appeared on its platform.
The company has also launched an app called ‘Zoocu’.
It has been able to identify some of these fake advertisements by using the scanner.
The fact is that the advertising sector has changed drastically in the past decade.
Advertisements have been getting more and more authentic as a result of a few factors.
These include:The advent of smartphones and tablets, which have made it possible for people to consume advertisements without having to physically go to a store to buy something.
A surge in internet usage and internet shopping has also led to more online sales, which makes it easier for brands to find consumers.
In addition, social media has given people the ability to connect with each other.
People now spend more time and money on online advertisements.
The advertising industry is now much more digitally-focused, Sharma said.
This has created an opportunity for the advertisers.
For the last few years, the advertising and marketing sector has been looking for a way to monetise the digital content that they create.
But the industry has not been able in the last couple of years to take advantage of this digital revenue.
In this time, a new monetisation strategy is being adopted by the