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Promotion, including advertising and publicity, of oneself effected by oneself.

self′-pro·mot′er n.
self′-pro·mot′ing adj.


the act or practice of promoting one's own interests, profile, etc
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We do not have any concern with the advertisement but public money should not be spent on self-promotion,' remarked CJP.
The movement provides women and other underrepresented groups with the tools for effective and positive self-promotion through an interactive workshop.
The self-presentational strategies included ingratiation, exemplification, self-promotion, intimidation, and supplication (Jones & Pittman, 1982).
Balanga Bishop Ruperto Santos questioned the placing of Duterte's photo, noting that it might lead to questions of 'epal' or shameless self-promotion and politicking.
How I Conquered Call Reluctance, Fear of Self-Promotion & Increased My Prospecting
However, this appears as a kind of commercial exploitation of a poor villager who is being used as an effective tool to promote a rich urban dweller for his self-promotion.
SIR - George Osborne's visit to Wales was a lesson in self-promotion, spin and self-delusion.
A good, modest businessperson may feel that any self-promotion is shameless self-promotion.
SELF-promotion often backfires, a new study suggests.
If, the fact that this council spends, and wastes money, on self-promotion was not bad enough, some of the magazines contents beggar belief.
In this way, most of them see a chance for self-promotion in the presidential campaign which could improve their position in business or society.
Self-promotion clashes with the culture of science.

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