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An organized course of action to promote a product or service.‘the launch was accompanied by a high-profile advertising campaign’
- ‘If a national advertising campaign is in the cards, it's important to remember that most national magazines require a two-or three-month lead time.’
- ‘Gallery owners and marketing specialists agree that a successful print advertising campaign is based on targeting the right market and making a presentation that entices customers to call on you.’
- ‘I selected them solely on the basis of their advertising campaigns.’
- ‘Ad agencies put a great stock in taglines, hoping that with a simple phrase they can create the indestructible core of an evergreen advertising campaign.’
- ‘I wonder how many months are invested in the marketing and advertising campaigns of some of today's most successful consumer products?’
- ‘The Department of Tourism has recently launched a new advertising campaign for Bermuda in the UK.’
- ‘Even personal tragedy is fuel for big business advertising campaigns.’
- ‘In 1921 Hearst launched an advertising campaign to steal readers from the Tribune, offering $100,000 in cash prizes to his readers.’
- ‘The task of developing an advertising campaign is often left to a specialist agency.’
- ‘Industry-wide promotion and advertising campaigns are becoming more streamlined and sophisticated.’
- ‘Have they really dropped him from their advertising campaign?’
- ‘A major benefit of using an advertising agency is the ability to use their expertise in developing and executing advertising campaigns.’
- ‘My lucky break was when I did the Smash Hits advertising campaign and someone from Virgin Records saw me on the front of a magazine and asked me if I could sing.’
- ‘Just this week, an advertising campaign from leading frozen-food brand Birds Eye hit our TV screens.’
- ‘In Australia, consumption of fresh milk was boosted in 1998 by a major advertising campaign.’
- ‘Give it a new name and give it an advertising campaign and, lo and behold, a new product is born.’
- ‘He operated a studio which created digital images for national advertising campaigns.’
- ‘Advertising campaigns that promote a particular type or variety of product may harm producers and marketers of competing varieties.’
- ‘A new £2.5 million advertising campaign to recruit more Special constables into the police service is being launched this week.’
- ‘Stonyfield Farm this year launched its first-ever national advertising campaign.’
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