Advertising in Modern and Postmodern Times (Published in by Pamela Odih
By Pamela Odih
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More attention was being paid to the design and layout of advertisements, and the art of ‘copyrighting’ was now considered an expertise exclusive to advertising professionals. Nevertheless editors were still reluctant to encourage the new styles of advertising, especially where designs extended beyond the width of a standard newspaper column (Dyer, 1993). Requests for display advertisements were also treated with immense incredulity, as if the newspaper might be transformed into a public hoarding by the presence of images.
Stamp Duty had significantly hampered the growth of newspapers, much to the delight of successive governments which had experienced blistering attacks from the press. Indeed, Stamp Duty had been described by editorial proprietors as a ‘tax on knowledge’ and a forthright attempt to muzzle the press (Hindley and Hindley, 1972). Nevertheless the allure of commercial profiteering prevailed over a desire for government censorship and the Stamp Duty was lifted. No doubt studies conducted during this era, suggesting that a single small advertisement could attract as many as 200 letters of request, excited the coffers of the Exchequer (Turner, 1952), especially as each of these client contacts would have to bear a postage stamp.
12). The extent of advertising coverage provided in the Daily Advertiser amounted to around 70 per cent of the paper’s surface space, compared to around 50–55 per cent of other newspapers. This suggests the existence of a burgeoning market for advertising despite the imposition of ‘advertisement duty’. Indeed, the 1730s witnessed the continued development of newspapers bearing the title of ‘Advertiser’. Many of these advertising newspapers also appeared in the provinces where the Industrial Revolution had precipitated increased commerce and trade.