passalong

pass-a·long

also pass·a·long (păs′ə-lông′, -lŏng′)
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passalong

(ˈpɑːsəˌlɒŋ)
adj
(Horticulture) not standard (of plants, seeds, or cuttings) given to others
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"The passalong effect from when people leave the building is important," he said.
This vine is primarily a passalong plant, and here's hoping there is one in your garden.
With an average passalong rate of seven readers per copy, the ad has been viewed over 55 million times and may very well be the most viewed printed image in skateboarding history.
I had a huge airplane plant with a profusion of babies that provided many smiles and conversations through passalong plants given to a patient, their family member, visitor or co-worker.
Passalong plants are typically defined as those that are easily propagated.
Magazines typically have longer lives than broadcast media such as TV and benefit from passalong rates (e.g., Katz, 2003).
And the heavy passalong rate among members leads to frequent "how do I get on the list?" questions.
The average subscriber spends about an hour reading each issue, putting us on a par with such content-heavy national magazine as Forbes or Fortune; and our "passalong" readership of 2.9--the number of people who read each copy--also ranks "very high" even among national magazines, Tubridy notes.
This approach was used to detect the strategies that subjects implemented to solve Kohs blocks (Beuscart-Zephir & Beuscart, 1988; Rozencwajg, 1991) or to solve the Passalong test (Richard, 1996; Zamani & Richard, 2000).
Among the marketing tools employed in this service agreement, the Passalong viral marketing tool stands out as a cost-effective method offered by Digital Goods.
According to the company, the Digital Goods symbol--a sphere traveling into expanding concentric rings--portrays the viral marketing effects of the company's Passalong technology, a patented system that turns friend-to-friend content sharing into a sales channel.
The American Heart Association, unwittingly caught in a similar scheme a few years ago, emphasizes that such passalong diets are almost always fads.