In the modern information era, one can’t avoid being surrounded by various kinds of advertisements. They serve as a direct bridge between manufacturers and consumers. By advertising, manufacturers can easily introduce their products and attract the attention of consumers. On the other hand, consumers will have more opportunities to get to know more about the things they are interested in.
However, there are still lots of people who complain that many of the words in advertisements are rather misleading. Some manufacturers spend far too much money on advertising their products without trying to promote the quality of their goods. To make things worse, some people even use false descriptions in their advertisements for the sake of making money.
Perhaps it is not advertising that should be blamed. Rather we need to strengthen advertising law. Only under the firm control of government can advertisements benefit people in the broadest sense.