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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018 Views: 12714
1. Begin your bibliography entry with the name of the company followed by a period. Place the term "advertisement" in brackets before the period. For example: Clairol [Advertisement].
2. List the year and month in parentheses, followed by a period. Place a comma in between the year and month. For example: Clairol [Advertisement]. (2003, May).
3. List the title of the magazine in italics, followed by a period. For example: Clairol [Advertisement]. (2003, May). Newsweek,
4. List the volume number and issue number. The volume number should be italicized, and the issue number should appear in parentheses. Follow with a comma. For example: Clairol [Advertisement]. (2003, May). Newsweek, 11(3),
5. End your citation with the page number followed by a period. For example: Clairol [Advertisement]. (2003, May). Newsweek, 11(3), 22.
6. Include the name of the company, year and the page number when citing within the text. Separate these elements with commas. For example: An advertisement from the period suggested that brunettes "are simply better" (Clairol, 2003, p. 22).
How to cite an advertisement from a magazine. (NA). classroom.synonym.com. Retrieved on March 4, 2014 from http://classroom.synonym.com/cite-advertisement-magazine-4503.html