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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: campaign - an organized program of advertisementsad campaign - an organized program of advertisements
crusade, campaign, cause, drive, effort, movement - a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; "he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
sales campaign - an advertising campaign intended to promote sales
public-relations campaign - an advertising campaign intended to improve public relations
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Marin Software (NYSE: MRIN) said it will support Facebook's (NASDAQ: FB) new ad campaign structure.
DUNELM'S first TV ad campaign helped the homewares chain overcome dismal trading last summer to post a rise in first half profits.
Clothing firm Boden recently used 8-year-old Holly Greenhow, who suffers from athetoid cerebral palsy, in an online ad campaign.
Apple lawyers had asked Microsoft to stop doing its Laptop Hunter ad campaign saying they had already lowered its computer price.
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A NEW AD campaign from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America announces that "drug addiction is a disease.
State Farm's ad campaign saluting the experience and personal touch of its agent force debuted during Major League Baseball's 2004 World Series in October.
Unions and organizations representing employers in the construction, hotel and restaurant industries today launched an unprecedented television ad campaign aimed at galvanizing public support for the Hudson Yards Plan and the New York Sports and Convention Center on the far West Side of Manhattan.
Hold committee meetings of students, faculty, and administrators before designing the ad campaign, to determine a) premier focus, b) which prospective applicant points of pain to address, c) priority of messages, and d) their order in a consecutive-ad campaign.
Virtually every new consumer ad campaign that promotes a particular brand of tabletop focuses on people, not products.
He also says that he and his colleagues met with journalists and members of editorial boards during the ad campaign to explain the research findings that support the ads, to underscore the importance of the central messages of the campaign, and to suggest that editors need to pay more attention than they have to children's environmental health.
1) A young man heads for the beach with his girlfriend after realising there's more to summer than cutting lawns in a new Coke TV ad campaign which launched this week.