advertising vs marketing

advertising marketing

Definitions

  • 1) communication whose purpose is to influence potential customers about products and services
  • 2) The business of designing and writing advertisements.
  • 3) The activity of attracting public attention to a product or business, as by paid an cements in the print, broadcast, or electronic media.
  • 4) Advertisements considered as a group.
  • 5) The activity of attracting public attention to a product or business, as by paid ancements in the print, broadcast, or electronic media.
  • 6) the business of advertising; the activity engaged in by professional publicists for pay.
  • 7) a communication publicly promoting some product or service.
  • 8) the business of drawing public attention to goods and services
  • 9) a public promotion of some product or service
  • 10) Notification; information.
  • 11) The act or practice of bringing anything, as one's wants or one's business, into public notice, as by paid ancements in periodicals, or by handbills, placards, etc.: as, to secure customers by advertising. Often used attributively: as, an advertising agent; an advertising scheme; an advertising medium.
  • 12) The act or practice of bringing anything, as one's wants or one's business, into public notice, as by paid an cements in periodicals, or by handbills, placards, etc.: as, to secure customers by advertising. Often used attributively: as, an advertising agent; an advertising scheme; an advertising medium.
  • 13) Present participle of advertise.
  • 14) Attentive; adverting; giving attention.
  • 15) Giving public notice; publishing advertisements: as, the advertising public.

Definitions

  • 1) uncountable The promotion, distribution and selling of a product or service; includes market research and advertising.
  • 2) archaic earlier (until the 1920’s), shopping, going to market.
  • 3) Buying and selling in a market.
  • 4) The strategic functions involved in identifying and appealing to particular groups of consumers, often including activities such as advertising, branding, pricing, and sales.
  • 5) The act or process of buying and selling in a market.
  • 6) The act of selling or of purchasing in, or as in, a market.
  • 7) Articles in, or from, a market; supplies.
  • 8) The activities required by a producer to sell his products, including advertising, storing, taking orders, and distribution to vendors or individuals.
  • 9) the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
  • 10) shopping at a market
  • 11) the commercial processes involved in promoting and selling and distributing a product or service
  • 12) That which is bought or sold; a supply of commodities from a market.
  • 13) The act of going to or transacting business in a market.
  • 14) Present participle of market.

Examples

  • 1) advertising agency services are an industrial supply.
  • 2) advertising executives in particular are inclined to slight public relations.
  • 3) advertising executives were flocking to athletes and agencies were following the Woods paradigm to the tee.
  • 4) advertising account executives must be green with envy; fundraisers must be tearing their hair.
  • 5) Why would you want to internet marketing advertising your business hare at internet marketing advertising\?
  • 6) They looked at the district of one member, who had expected an easy race but was now besieged by more than $1 million in advertising from the American Action Network, a Republican third-party group funded by secret money.
  • 7) "The old saying in advertising is that half of the money you spend is wasted, but you don't know which half," said Tracey.
  • 8) My main advertising is through local organizations and getting in front of people to explain what I do.
  • 9) In other states, certain advertising is prohibited.
  • 10) The theory of subliminal messages in advertising is that they can be used to manipulate consumer behavior.
  • 11) Questionable gender politics in advertising is nothing new, but Vanessa at Feministing highlights a truly absurd example
  • 12) ‘There was the overwhelming feeling within the industry that advertising was a commercial activity and commercial objectives took priority.’
  • 13) ‘I write television and radio commercials for a huge corporate advertising agency.’
  • 14) ‘It is understood that two of the country's largest advertising agencies are refusing to pay the new rates.’
  • 15) ‘There is almost a confusion between graphic design as an activity and advertising as an activity.’
  • 16) ‘She made a homemade portfolio and went knocking on doors of advertising agencies in Dublin.’
  • 17) ‘He had given this lecture to graduate students in advertising at the Business School of the University of Chicago.’
  • 18) ‘After working in advertising for 19 years, he became a full-time artist, creating wildlife watercolors.’
  • 19) ‘As advertising is a very social and sociable industry, personal qualities are also important.’
  • 20) ‘I think loads of people could make a go at publishing a mag, but dealing with distribution and advertising is really, really tough.’
  • 21) ‘The primary myth of advertising is that you can be one of these people and have these things too, if you only buy this product.’
  • 22) ‘Vintage advertising is always fun to look at and this is no exception.’
  • 23) ‘The tickets sold out on Day Two, but all the advertising was still up, and the majority of the interested public found out after the whole thing was already sold to capacity.’
  • 24) ‘The poster was part of a multi-media campaign which involved TV, radio, outdoor, in-restaurant and point-of-purchase advertising.’
  • 25) ‘Try not to clutter commercial frontages with superfluous advertising.’
  • 26) ‘At she Twiggy is standing up for older consumers by backing a drive to persuade companies to tailor their advertising and products to this wealthy group.’
  • 27) ‘The promo is supported by TV commercials and in-store advertising.’
  • 28) ‘Shortly after the spotlight was turned on the island, the tourist office pulled all advertising.’
  • 29) ‘Most spam is commercial advertising, often for dubious products, get-rich-quick schemes, or quasi-legal services.’
  • 30) ‘The advertising is designed to inform the public of the services offered by primary health organisations.’
  • 31) ‘During the season when the advertising was on air, sales rose 12 percent.’

Examples

  • 1) Now he had his full attention it was time to go in with the marketing plan.
  • 2) Tony talked about some of the exciting marketing ideas he was developing for the portrait dolls.
  • 3) Between us, we'd started Channel 8. Felix was head of programmes, Elaine was head of marketing, Kevin ran PR, I was commissioning editor.
  • 4) The Cartel's activities were expanding eastward, no longer content with marketing their wares to America alone.
  • 5) ‘The first workshops on export marketing will be conducted in Oshakati and Tsumeb.’
  • 6) ‘Various types of marketing, retailing and production cooperatives also flourished in this period.’
  • 7) ‘Not fully understanding the scope of marketing often limits business success.’
  • 8) ‘In business and marketing, a trend is mostly a good thing to try to capture and leverage.’
  • 9) ‘Another marketing method is to service each part of the body every time a client comes in.’
  • 10) ‘Social marketing uses the methods of commercial marketing and applies them to a product with a social benefit.’
  • 11) ‘Or is it just the end product of a particularly successful marketing campaign?’
  • 12) ‘New products and more focused marketing efforts have been slower to take off in Europe than America.’
  • 13) ‘In the end, it will all come down to clever marketing of the brand extension.’
  • 14) ‘The syllabus also covers how to develop good marketing and PR to promote the business.’
  • 15) ‘For a small business marketing may seem, and be, expensive if not managed effectively.’
  • 16) ‘Women form an important link in the marketing chain of retail products in Namibia.’
  • 17) ‘For services it is easier because location or marketing can be a source of advantage.’
  • 18) ‘I would suggest mail order and specialist computer magazines as your initial marketing channels.’
  • 19) ‘Thirty per cent of all e-mail traffic is accounted for by marketing campaigns.’
  • 20) ‘A few of them felt that proper marketing facility would help them to sell their produce in a big way.’
  • 21) ‘Nor can they be confined to the joint promotion and marketing of a financial product.’
  • 22) ‘After the funding the company plans to grow it development team and take on more sales and marketing staff.’
  • 23) ‘It is also right to focus its marketing strategy on niche retailing sites in underground stations and airports.’
  • 24) ‘John was chosen in recognition of his novel marketing idea in promoting the hotel overseas.’
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