You should have sunglasses. Everyone else has them.
An example of a bandwagon is the making of rainbow loom bands. Joining in the bandwagon simply means joining the trend or going along with what everybody else is doing.
The cold coke advertisement that appears on our television sets is an example of an advertisement.
A "bandwagon" is, figuratively speaking, any cause or movement which has become popular very quickly and which many people join because it is popular and there is a social pressure to join. In today's slang, it is some cause which is "trending". The temperance movement was an example of a bandwagon; so was the "save the whales" campaign. Many darker movements also have the characteristics of a bandwagon: the rise of Nazism for example.
On the snuggie ads where everyone is using them
The placement on the newspapers and those that are usually announced over the radio are example of advertisement.
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Advertisement about Spuds
Suddenly, the whole group was on the bandwagon.
advertising cost is an example of a period cost.advertisement is NOT one way to produce the product.The product,with advertisement or no advertisement will still be produced.
"Jump on the bandwagon" IS a sentence.
Getting on the "bandwagon" suggests joining the group.
That's one bandwagon I would not like to be on.
The duration of Bandwagon - film - is 1.72 hours.
the frigo fridge is the bestseller so that's one we should buy
An example of bandwagon is this: "Hey everybody!" Mc Donalds has lots of people coming to their fast food place. You should become one them as well!" Thats an example of bandwagon, to try to get famous people so everybody else could be just exactly like them.
Do you mean bandwagon? a bandwagon appeal is when you use the excuse that "everyone is doing it"- meaning that you should also be doing it;thus, you are getting on the bandwagon.
Look over there its a big bear =]