advertise

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English - Turkish
reklam etmek
{i} reklam

Binlerce insan, reklam yüzünden aldatıldı. - Thousands of people were deceived by the advertisement.

Onlar televizyonda yeni bir arabanın reklamını yaptılar. - They advertised a new car on TV.

{f} reklâmını yapmak
{f} reklâm yapmak

Reklam yapmak zorundasın. - You have to advertise.

{f} duyurmak
{f} tanıtım yapmak
tanıtmak
ilanla aramak
(Bilgisayar) tanıtımını yap

Tom satılık saksafonunun tanıtımını yaptı. - Tom advertised his saxophone for sale.

bildirmek
ilan etmek
satılığa çıkarmak
reklamını yapmak
{f} reklamını yap

Tom satış için evinin reklamını yaptı. - Tom advertised his house for sale.

Onlar televizyonda yeni bir arabanın reklamını yaptılar. - They advertised a new car on TV.

tanıt
haber
tanıt,v.reklamını yap: n.reklam
bildirme
reklam yap/ver
{f} ilan vermek

İlan vermek için yeterli param yok. - I don't have enough money to advertise.

advertising agent reklâm ajansı
advertiser
{i} reklâmcı

Can sıkıcı reklamcı evimi aradı. - The annoying advertiser called my house.

advertising
reklamcılık

Tom bir reklamcılık ajansında başladı. - Tom started an advertising agency.

advertising
reklâm

Bir reklam ajansı için çalışıyor. - He works for an advertising agency.

Bazı insanlar reklamın bir beyin yıkama biçimi olduğunu düşünüyorlar. - Some people think that advertising is a form of brainwashing.

advertise for
ilanla aramak
advertise for
ilan vererek aramak
advertise for someone
ilanla eleman arama
advertise error
(Bilgisayar) tanıtım hatası
advertise for
(Fiili Deyim ) gazeteye ilan vererek aramak
advertise for s.o
ilan aracılığıyla eleman aramak
advertise product
ürünü tanıtmak
advertising
reklâmcılık
advertiser
muhabir
advertiser
{i} reklâm yapımcısı
advertiser
ilancı
advertised
(Bilgisayar) ilan edildi
advertised
(Bilgisayar) tanıtım zamanı
advertiser
(Basın) reklam veren
advertising
bildirme
advertising
ilan etme
advertising
bereket
advertising
{f} tanıt

Mağaza bir satış tanıtımı yapıyor. - The store is advertising a sale.

advertising
reklam işi
Advertize
reklam yapmak
advertised
reklamı

Tom satış için evinin reklamını yaptı. - Tom advertised his house for sale.

Onlar televizyonda yeni bir arabanın reklamını yaptılar. - They advertised a new car on TV.

advertised
ilan edilmiş
advertising
reklam yap/ver
advertising
{i} ilan

Onlar ilanla bir aşçı arıyorlar. - They are advertising for a cook.

advertising
{i} duyurma
advertising
{f} reklam yap: prep.reklam yaparak,reklamcı
advertising
tanıtıcılık
advertising
reklâmcılık ile ilgili
advertize
ilan vermek
advertize
f., bak. advertise
advertize
{f} reklâmını yapmak
advertize
{f} reklâm yapmak
advertize
{f} tanıtım yapmak
advertize
ilan etmek
advertize
duyurmak
advertizing
i., bak. advertising
to advertise
ilanla aramak
English - English
To provide information about in communications media, especially about goods or services for sale
To provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others

It pays to advertise.

To give public notice of; to announce publicly; as to advertise goods for sale, a lost article, the sailing day of a vessel, a political meeting
{v} to warn, inform, tell, publish
Humor Amateur Radio Engineering Software
In Windows 2000 and Systems Management Server, to make a program available to members of a collection (group)
the way to increase the sale of products or services through commercial on radio, TV, newspapers, magazines, or other
The administrative process of making a program available to members of a collection See also assigning
Advertising usually means showing down a mediocre hand, to give the impression that you play overly loose or that you play a generally weak game The idea is that other players will then give you more action when you make a legitimate hand Since people are bad at revising first impressions, this potentially beneficial effect can be long-lasting Typical advertising plays in hold'em might be to show down top pair with a weak kicker (e g , K2), middle pair, or a gutshot draw that missed These hands have marginal intrinsic value, but playing them early in a session might pay off later Of course, it's best to advertise if you actually want to be called down more often, e g , at an especially tight table At a table full of calling stations, it might be unnecessary or even harmful More generally, advertising can mean anything you do at the poker table to manipulate how other players assess you
(v ) In networking, to make a file system available for access over the network Compare to the "export" mechanism of the NFSTM system
To make public announcement of something, usually to promote goods or services
Windows Installer method for making an application available to the user without installing it When the user attempts to use the application, the application is installed and run See also assign, publish
to let people know about a business (marketing) in order to get them to come and buy a product or service
by a printed notice; as, to advertise goods for sale, a lost article, the sailing day of a vessel, a political meeting
call attention to; "Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS" make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops
If you do not advertise the fact that something is the case, you try not to let other people know about it. There is no need to advertise the fact that you are a single woman see also advertising
call attention to; "Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS"
If you advertise something such as a product, an event, or a job, you tell people about it in newspapers, on television, or on posters in order to encourage them to buy the product, go to the event, or apply for the job. The players can advertise baked beans, but not rugby boots Religious groups are currently not allowed to advertise on television
If you advertise for someone to do something for you, for example to work for you or share your accommodation, you announce it in a newspaper, on television, or on a notice board. We advertised for staff in a local newspaper
To give public notice of; to announce publicly, esp
{f} publicise, promote, draw attention to (generally in order to sell goods or services); publicly announce; give notice, inform; (in Poker card game) bluff in order to make the bluff apparent (also advertize)
make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops
To give notice to; to inform or apprise; to notify; to make known; hence, to warn; often followed by of before the subject of information; as, to advertise a man of his loss
advertised
Simple past tense and past participle of advertise
it pays to advertise
Good qualities do not get rewarded automatically
advertiser
one who advertises, especially in newspapers
advertised
{a} published in a newspaper, told
advertiser
{n} one who, or what, gives information
advertising
{a} giving notice, informing
Advertiser
The manufacturer, service company, retailer, or supplier who advertises their product or service
Advertiser
one who purchases or barters for advertising space on an email list see sponsor
Advertiser
An individual, business enterprise, or special interest group who uses the media to draw public attention to their products, goods or services
Advertiser
A company that pays for space or air time to directly promote the company or brand Cosponsors Sponsors of the same property
Advertiser
Purchaser of specialties Also known as an end-user or buyer
Advertiser
entity seeking to sell something through a display; for example, a single business with a display on a webpage; or, a group of companies acting with an ad agency to present displays on a webpage
Advertiser
someone whose business is advertising
Advertiser
a k a Buyer, Media Buyer Any individual or organization interested in placing brand advertisements on the World Wide Web for themselves or a client
Advertiser
One who, or that which, advertises Or someone whose business is to advertise
Advertiser
Any individual or entity purchasing online advertising space including agency media buyers, OEM media buyers, and sole proprietors
advertised
called to public attention; "these advertised products"
advertised
called to public attention; "these advertised products
advertised
{s} publicized, promoted (generally in order to sell goods or services); publicly announced
advertised
past of advertise
advertiser
One who advertises
advertiser
An advertiser is a person or company that pays for a product, event, or job to be advertised in a newspaper, on television, or on a poster
advertiser
{i} promoter, one who publicizes (generally in order to sell goods or services); person whose business is advertising; adman; one who publicly announces (also advertizer)
advertiser
One who, or that which, advertises
advertisers
plural of advertiser
advertises
third-person singular of advertise
advertising
Paid nonpersonal communication from an identified sponsor using mass media to persuade or influence an audience
advertising
The laws relating to advertising, whether in publications, on billboards, by direct mail or by broadcasting on television or radio
advertising
Advertising is the activity of creating advertisements and making sure people see them. the activity or business of advertising things on television, in newspapers etc. Techniques and practices used to bring products, services, opinions, or causes to public notice for the purpose of persuading the public to respond in a certain way. Weekly newspapers in London first carried advertisements in the 17th century; by the 18th century such advertising was flourishing. The first advertising agencies were established in the 19th century to broker for space in newspapers, and by the early 20th century agencies were producing the advertising message itself, including copy and artwork. Most advertising promotes goods for sale, but similar methods are used in public service messages to promote causes, charities, or political candidates. In many countries, advertising is the most important source of income for the media through which it is conducted. In addition to newspapers, magazines, and broadcast media, advertising media include direct mail (see direct-mail marketing), billboards and posters, transit advertising, the Internet, and promotional items such as matchbooks or calendars. Advertisers attempt to choose media that are favoured by the advertisers' target audience. See also marketing; merchandising
advertising
Any paid form of non-personal presentation of ideas, goods or services by an identified sponsor
advertising
There are a variety of definitions, with subtle but important distinctions While the general public frequently views advertising as encompassing all forms of promotional communication, most advertising practitioners limit it to paid communications conveyed by a mass medium The latter definition distinguishes advertising from other forms of marketing communication, such as Sales Promotion, Public Relations, and Direct Marketing
advertising
The means by which messages are brought to the attention of the public, through various media, in a persuasive and memorable fashion
advertising
tells people about a product or service Advertising usually focuses on the good parts of the product or service in an effort to get people to buy it
advertising
The public promotion of one's products and services
advertising
This category includes the cost of placing ads in papers, magazines, on radio or television
advertising
{i} act or activity of marketing and promotion; promoting, drawing attention to (generally in order to sell goods or services); act of publicly announcing (also advertizing)
advertising
- Making known; calling public attention to a product, service, or company by means of paid announcements so as to affect perception or arouse consumer desire to make a purchase or take a particular action
advertising
Process by which services on a network inform other devices on the network of their existence The NetWare network operating system (NOS) uses the Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) to do this
advertising
The structured and composed nonpersonal communication of information, usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature, about products (goods and services) or ideas by identified sponsors through various media (Ch 1)
advertising
Advertising is the nonpersonal communication of information, usually paid for, and usually persuasive in nature, about products, services or ideas by identified sponsors through the various media
advertising
A paid for message which seeks to persuade or influence you The two main cost elements are advertisement production and the cost of buying the space which the advert is seen in (e g newspaper page) The two key things to watch for in your advertising are The BIG IDEA (this is like the plot in a film) and DELIVERY (how good the film director is)
advertising
Non-personal, paid communication such as newspaper, radio, direct mail and TV directed toward the general public or, in some cases, specific prospective client groups to provide information about the time, place, contents, and arrangements of an auction
advertising
Any paid form of non-personal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods, or services by an identified sponsor
advertising
has three basic objectives: (1) to inform the consumer about new products, product users, services available, or other facts that need to be known by consumers; (2) to persuade an audience to purchase a product, change brand preferences, or perceive a product different; and (3) to remind consumers about the need for need for a product or where it may be purchased fr The Marketing Glossary
advertising
A paid form of non- personal communication about an organisation and its products that is transmitted to a target audience through a mass medium p 464
advertising
communication whose purpose is to inform potential customers about products and services
advertising
present participle of advertise
advertising
Marketing messages brought to you in various forms such as: newspapers, magazines, billboards, letters, radio, television, and online Marketers pay for the space that carries their message to you (The word "ads" is short for advertisements )
advertising
The non-personal communication of information paid for by an identified sponsor, for example, an individual or an organisation
advertising
ShopSite merchants have chosen to advertise their stores in many different ways Of course, ICentral advertises the ShopSite itself, which brings traffic through, and larger stores advertise extensively, resulting in residual traffic, but the only way to ensure that your target clientele visits your site is to do advertising yourself You can pay for advertising on popular sites Advertising on well-travelled sites like yahoo and infoseek are very expensive, but a better way to approach the problem would be to determine which sites are most popular with your target clientele and advertise there See also: swapping links search engines internet directories
advertising
n (1) The fine art of lying to consumers about what is actually being sold (2) A notable amendment of capitalist theory, whereby the market comes to favor, not the producers who sell the best product, but those who sell the best image (3) A substantial misallocation of economic resources, whereby a tremendous portion of the economy which could do something useful, is wasted (This misfortune has the additional demerit of providing a substantial competitive edge to those who use it ) For example, for each packet of mixed vegetables sold at the supermarket, more money is spent to place a colored picture on the packet than actually goes to the farmer (4)
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In a 1952 press cutting I read that Cadillac had spent $3,000,000 on advertising in 1951 and would spend $3,500,000 in 1952 Comfort, automobile performance and the lifestyles of the leisure class were big in auto advertising during the early Thirties; from reading the copy you would hardly know that a grim depression was going on
advertising
the business of drawing public attention to goods and services
advertising
the process of gaining the public’s attention through paid media announcements analyst: an individual representing a trade or professional association who reviews and comments publicly on products, services and companies
advertising
a public promotion of some product or service
advertising
Sales messages you see in newspapers, magazines, and letters; on billboards, television, or the Internet; and you hear on the radio Marketers pay for the space that carries their messages to you The word "ads" is short for advertisements
advertising
process to inform the public of important meetings and other public matters, as specified in provincial regulations
advertize
call attention to; "Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS"
advertize
{f} publicize, promote, draw attention to (generally in order to sell goods or services); publicly announce; give notice, inform; (in Poker card game) bluff in order to make the bluff apparent (also advertise)
advertize
make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops"
advertize
To advertise; to announce publicly, especially for commercial interests
advertized
past of advertize
advertizes
third-person singular of advertize
advertizing
{i} act or activity of marketing and promotion; promoting, drawing attention to (generally in order to sell goods or services); act of publicly announcing (also advertising)
advertizing
present participle of advertize
advertizing
a public promotion of some product or service
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