hypester

hypester

(ˈhaɪpstə)
n
(Marketing) a person or organization that gives an idea or product intense publicity in order to promote it
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Ingersoll was a buddy and acolyte of junk bond hypester Michael Milken.
Not the story told in the media, the hypester version perpetuated by the likes of Matt Lauer, but a different tale.
It's easy to be lured into penny stocks (stocks that trade for less than $5 per share), especially when hypesters are pushing them in newsletters, emails and blog posts.
But this crisis has been long in the making, and the biggest mistake would be to assume that an anonymous "they" out there-Wall Street moguls, hypesters for junk-level, credit-for-everybody mortgages, OPEC gougers--are the ones who have brought us to grief, through no fault of our own.
After walking the straight and narrow during the fall, network hypesters have come down with another case of FHS: False Hit Syndrome.
The hypesters claim 50 million people are waiting to buy art online, the cynics point to the galleries that have tried online sales and gotten nowhere.
The stock market was roundly hailed by pundits and hypesters as the real democratizing force in America and the world: Anyone, regardless of station, with proper diligence and effort could attain wealth, luxury, and independence.
Hollywood's hypesters fought an epic battle between boy wizard Harry Potter and the furry-footed Hobbits and elves in The Lord Of The Rings, based on the book by Birmingham's J.
While hypesters and nay-sayers battle it out, it makes sense to look at some issues that need to be resolved for the mobile Web to become a mainstream phenomenon.
The world's largest gathering of hypesters -- Promax & BDA 2001 -- is set to take place June 20-23 in Miami, Florida.
The picture of prosperity painted by Veronis Suhler contrasts dramatically with the contentions of some Web hypesters.