[ US /ˌædvɝˈtɔɹiəɫ/ ]
  1. an advertisement that is written and presented in the style of an editorial or journalistic report
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How To Use advertorial In A Sentence

  • Then they assign the writers that are best suited to giving the studio the advertorial they need.
  • At best, the end results are advertorials, so hysterical in their praise of their subject that anyone can see straight through them.
  • Today's newspapers are crammed with advertising and advertorials, and journalists are seen as corrupt by many readers.
  • Have staff writers compose story-like advertorials that would be indistinguishable from their regular copy.
  • For this to happen they need access to information through advertorials, advertisements, or other information channels.
  • In many instances, they are willing to offer advertorial and editorial support to extend advertising messages.
  • But rest assured that even if it's an advertorial, I will remain blatantly honest.
  • He's right, of course, and the advertorial theatre event only rubbed it in.
  • Aside from the reports, today's papers also contained promotional advertorials about France.
  • Advertisements and advertorials need to be upfront.
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