I decided to share my project with my marketing teacher, Mrs. Friedman. I did this because most companies, when falsely advertising, tend to target younger generations because they’re typically more nieve. Mrs. Friedman could share this site with her high school students to inform them of what false advertising is, and how to watch out for it. If these students are better informed, they’ll be able to protect themselves from it and hopefully create a smarter generation of consumers. Because Mrs. Friedman would be sharing this with her students, I thought it would be easiest to make a google site. By sharing the information through this forum she can put it on the screen for all students to view and even share the link with them so they can take their own time to learn about false advertising. Also, compared to my research essay about false advertising, I made the wording simpler and easier to understand. Because high school students most likely wouldn’t know what a lot of the business terms meant, I thought it would be best for a smooth and short read, to keep their attention. The pictures I added were also meant to aide the information being presented.