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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KARACHI -- As a citizen, I wish to protest against a recent newspaper ad by the Sindh Institute of Ophthalmology Hyderabad that specifies that only non-Muslims can apply against the post of sanitary workers.
The commission has directed all varsities to strictly follow the condition of newspaper ad copies for the issuance of pay slip after every new appointment.
Target's weekly newspaper ad was leaked recently and it confirms a couple of pre-order deals for Samsung's Galaxy S8.
American newspaper ad revenues have plummeted by more than US$40 billion since 2000.
A BESOTTED man has paid [euro]200 for a newspaper ad to try to trace the "beautiful blonde" he fell for in a bar.
And the security of a printed newspaper ad is a major plus: it can't be hacked or changed.
The study for the Kennel Club found 20 per cent of puppy owners bought their pet on the internet, a pet shop or a newspaper ad, all outlets used to sell farmed puppies, instead of direct from the breeder or a rescue home.
With all but one of the publicly traded newspaper companies having reported results for the three months ending in December, an analysis indicates that newspaper ad revenue was down about eight percent in the period, showing that the precipitous ad decline that started in 2006 is certainly slowing, with declines moderating for most of last year.
Summary: Online advertising revenue in the United States is projected to overtake print newspaper ad revenue in 2010.
The bank ran a full-page newspaper ad nationally showcasing a 10-point Declaration of Financial Independence inclusive of concrete steps Americans could utilize on the path to becoming financially independent.
But with newspaper ad revenues plummeting 23 percent in the last two years, the ad-subsidy model no longer works.
The report said newspapers and magazines were in steep decline, with newspaper ad expenditure set to fall 17 percent this year, and magazine spend down 20 percent.