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Definition of the noun advertorial
What does advertorial mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: advertorials
- an advertisement that is written and presented in the style of an editorial or journalistic report
Alternative definition of the noun advertorial
- An advertisement written in the form of an objective editorial, presented in a printed publication, and usually designed to look like a legitimate and independent news article.
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6 Steps to Free Publicity (2003)
For Corporate Publicists Or Solo Professionals, Including-- Publishers, Consultants, Conference Planners, Politicians, Inventors, Artists, Psychotherapists, and Anyone Else Looking to Attract Media Attention to Their Business Or Cause by Marcia Yudkin
an advertorial is a hybrid of an advertisement and editorial copy. Written by someone on the payroll not of the magazine but of the advertising company, a good advertorial looks like an article and reads like an article. So close are the verbal ...
business exposure by writing an advertorial in your local newspapers. An advertorial is an advertisement that seriously resembles an editorial. Here is a link to an example: http://www.write.co.nz/mainsite/HowToWriteAGoodAdvertorial .html ...
Mass Communications (1994)
A Comparative Introduction by Rowland Lorimer, Paddy Scannell
An advertorial is a piece of writing undertaken by an employee of, let's say, the Port Authority of Liverpool, which describes (in glowing terms) the services of the port. While informative it also puts everything in the best light, appearing to be a ...
A Dictionary of Marketing (2011)
by Charles Doyle
An advertorial is the print equivalent of the TV-based *infomercial. In the printed medium these are fairly easy to distinguish from news or journalism. However, advertorials are now also prevalent on the Internet. The ability to create customized ...
Encyclopedia of Journalism (2009)
by Christopher H. Sterling
An advertorial may be a single print or broadcast advertisement or it can be an entire special section of paid advertising designed to approximate the editorial style as well as the typographical look and feel of a newspaper or magazine's ...
by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel
It does happen, however, that an advertisement imitates a news report in order to enhance creditability, a practice that has created the genre known as the “ advertorial” (essentially a type of advertisement that employs a semieditorial style but ...
A Dictionary of Journalism (2014)
by Tony Harcup
advertising feature (ad feature, advertorial) A paid-for article in a newspaper or magazine designed to accompany one or more *advertisements. Despite being made to look similar to ...
by John Clark
advertorial Form of advertising, usually found in newspapers and magazines.
by R.M. Reed, M.K. Reed
advertorial A combination of the words "advertisement" and "editorial," this term refers to a COMMERCIAL on a cable or television operation advocating a particular point of view. Although the ...
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
advertorial aerospace advertorial /adv3:'to:nal/ > n an advertisement presented as Common sounds in foreign words: (French) a grand; evin; 3 bon; oeun; epeu; ...
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