newspaper ad

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Noun1.newspaper ad - a printed advertisement that is published in a newspapernewspaper ad - a printed advertisement that is published in a newspaper
ad, advert, advertisement, advertising, advertizement, advertizing - a public promotion of some product or service
classified, classified ad, classified advertisement - a short ad in a newspaper or magazine (usually in small print) and appearing along with other ads of the same type
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A BESOTTED man has paid [euro]200 for a newspaper ad to try to trace the "beautiful blonde" he fell for in a bar.
Conflicting reports emerged in recent days on the state of newspaper ad revenue for the three months ending July 30 -- it was either down seven percent or flat.
Summary: Online advertising revenue in the United States is projected to overtake print newspaper ad revenue in 2010.
But with newspaper ad revenues plummeting 23 percent in the last two years, the ad-subsidy model no longer works.
Morgan forecasts that newspaper ad revenue will decline 25% in Q3 and in the "high-teens" in Q4.
Here are some tips to writing effective newspaper ad copy.
Posner Advertising's work for North Beach Asbury Park is a finalist for Best Logo Design, Best Brochure, Best Color Newspaper Ad Over Half-Page, and Best Special Promotion categories at the New Jersey Builders Association SAM (Sales And Marketing) Awards, held later in April.
The first "violation" involved a newspaper ad for a New Year's Eve party, where the cafe promoted "Balloon Drops, Party Favors, and Champagne, for $15 per person.
For banks between $250 million and $500 million in assets, First National Bank of Ash Flat won three awards: black-and-white newspaper ad, radio (single entry) and collateral.
com is less expensive than a newspaper ad and that they received quicker responses from candidates.
Hugh Owens had taken out a newspaper ad listing references to four biblical passages and depicting two men holding hands over[aid by a red circle with a line drawn through it.
One newspaper ad features the signatures of HMO employees who demand an end to "unjustified and uninformed attacks" on the managed care industry.