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Hard-sell refers to a more direct approach to selling while in contrast soft-sell approaches are more subtle and indirect (Okazaki, Mueller, & Taylor, 2010a). The approach is also viewed as the difference of video advertising between commercials (soft-sell) and infomercials (hardsell). In this research study, hard- and soft-sell approaches are compared and contrasted. The soft-sell approach is more suitable when it is based on image-oriented content that does not emphasize specific reasons to buy but rather conveys general association with the brand (Okazaki, Mueller, & Taylor, 2010a).
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