What's the difference between commerical and commercial?
Just wanted to know is there any difference because I think there are the same
- Mark IXLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
"commerical" is spelled incorrectly.
- ErikLv 72 weeks ago
"commerical" is not a word
- 3 weeks ago
An advertisement is a message paid for by a company and delivered through a mass medium to a target audience. Commercials are examples of ads that run specifically on broadcast media like television and radio. Choosing the right medium to persuade your target audience is a critical element of successful advertising.There are three common criteria used to define a company's message as an advertisement. It must be paid for, delivered through mass media and attempt to persuade the audience in some manner. Advertisers typically have in-house ad departments or outside agencies that develop the creative strategy for an ad, design it and produce it for distribution. Ads normally combine elements of visual imagery and verbal or written copy that collectively try to increase company awareness, reinforce the brand's image, change customer attitudes or influence purchase behavior...continue reading at-https://rplg.co/699e2750
- JudyLv 72 months ago
one is spelled wrong
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- BOREDLv 42 months ago
Goodnight and stay safe. Theres a killer on the road and a nasty one who has killed before a whole generation
- SummervilleLv 62 months ago
CommeriCal is the State of California's office of commercial banking. Commercial is what pays for your teevee shows.