Advertorial


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Advertorial

An advertisement in a newspaper or other periodical that appears at first glance to be an article.
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Advertorial aggregation builds upon advertorial dissemination by circulating information and inviting followers to respond directly on a dedicated thread.
For instance, the American Society of Magazine Editors (AMSE), which pioneered guidelines in response to concern about print media advertorials in 1982, released updated guidelines on native advertising, sponsored content and paid links in September last year.
More specifically, we examine Russia's use of the advertorial magazine inserts paid for by Russia and placed in elite foreign newspapers as a tool of strategic public diplomacy in the United States and in India.
I love your advertorials. I was particularly captured by "A Conversation About Crude" with Gord Lambert (Just Food, 37:2, 2011).
Advertorial products are designed to blend in with the media overall content to increase their effectiveness as marketing vehicles.
I was affronted when I saw the "Face of Africa 2010" advertorial on page 44 of your March issue.
Because he is a former executive of Google, he is partial to the products of his former employer and that section of the book sometimes reads like an advertorial. With that caveat, he offers helpful advice about using Gmail.
Shoppers who buy the promoted products also will receive a Snow & Graham stationary gift from Every Day with Rachael Ray if they send in the receipt to the magazine.An advertorial in the October issue (on stands Sept.
We also recommend that readers should pay special attention to the four-page advertorial by the African Development Bank, which addresses the same issue and which appears on pages 36-39.
The April 6 issue of the New York Times included a special advertorial (paid editorial and advertising content) section that focused on the advantages of cooperative businesses.
And be sure to look for the Issues &Answers advertorial supplement on pages 55-67 and learn more about captive domiciles.