ad campaign

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n ad campaign an organized program of advertisements
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Usage

In literature:

The Campaigner ruled over this family, and added to all their distresses by her intolerable presence and tyranny.
"The Newcomes" by William Makepeace Thackeray
He consented to run; which added to his legal labors the additional tasks of preparing for a campaign.
"Port O' Gold" by Louis John Stellman
Perhaps, even in this short campaign, they have added this delusion also to the dust-bin of their many errors.
"New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1" by Various
A brief outline of the campaign is added, unsigned and undated.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898" by E. H. Blair
The Honorable Mr. Laneway had a touch of true sentiment which added much to his really stirring and effective campaign speeches.
"A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches" by Sarah Orne Jewett
In 1902 Oregon, after a strenuous campaign, added a direct legislation amendment to the state constitution.
"History of the United States" by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
Cato's campaign in Spain during his Consulship, which added greatly to his military reputation, has been already related.
"A Smaller History of Rome" by William Smith and Eugene Lawrence
Every campaign of mine so far has been successful and has only added to our glory.
"The Adventures of Maya the Bee" by Waldemar Bonsels
Their campaigns are told in a readable way with the advantage of technical knowledge by Ad.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3" by Various
During the campaign of 1872 yet another item was added to the unpleasant list.
"The New Nation" by Frederic L. Paxson
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In poetry:

Spike 'ad been aimin' 'igh in 'is profesh.
Bank robberies, an' sich, was 'is noo lurk;
An' one big job 'ad set the cops to work
To plan a fresh
Campaign agin this crook. They want 'im more
Than ever they 'ave wanted 'im before.
"Spike Wegg" by C J Dennis

In news:

Time was, the proverbial ad campaign was methodical.
John Lewis has blamed a slump in sales at its Oxford Street store on London 2012 as the West End Marketing Alliance launches an ad campaign to attract people to the centre of the capital amid claims they are avoiding the area.
The company had launched a new online feature in which Web users got to choose the tagline for their "Arctic Ready" ad campaign.
An activist group known as FORCE created a fake sexual consent ad campaign that mimicked Victoria's Secret's Pink brand.
MAYBE WE'LL soon see a national ad campaign with a local high school football player sporting a chocolate milk mustache.
Guess who's the face of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's next ad campaign for The Row, their upscale clothing line.
She'll star in the ad campaigns and walk in runway shows, according to ContactMusic.com.
In last week's column I wrote about anti-healthcare reform ad campaigns.
Already the 100th anniversary ad campaign, called "The Daily Twist," had created headlines by including a rainbow-colored cookie as an ode to gay pride.
The city's latest gross-out ad campaign, which targets sugary drinks from soda to bottled iced teas, seems to condemn some of the same beverages once sold in schools and city buildings as part of an exclusive contract with Snapple.
With a negative reaction from the NBA, Nike jumped started an Ad campaign that depicted the shoes as "too hot" for the NBA.
Leighton Meester Lands Reebok Ad Campaign.
That makes her the second Gossip Girl star after Ed Westwick to star in an ad campaign for sneakers.
Today, her dreams come true according to People Stylewatch, as she becomes the new face for the ad campaign of a major retail store.
Independent state House hopeful Kathleen Curry is defying an ad campaign accusing her of backing a bill allowing insurers to deny coverage for mammograms during a prior term in the Legislature.
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In science:

There are two types of graphical ads, or more precisely, ad campaigns commonly offered by internet companies.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
The first of these we may call guaranteed ad campaigns, where the ads are sold for a negotiated price to advertisers, and the ad space (inventory) purchased is guaranteed to be available.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
Use of optimization models for ad campaign planning in the presence of budgets is not completely new, either in the traditional media (see ) or in the web context.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
Associated with this ad value is an expected total gross return Lij for making a bid at level j for campaign i.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
Our model requires that we have a relationship between the ad value and return for the campaign and the number of impressions expected corresponding to the ad values. A real example of such a relationship is shown in Figure 1.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
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