blind ad

blind ad

An advertisement that does not include the identity of the person placing the ad,only a phone number or a post office box number.They are popular with employers placing help wanted ads in order to identify someone to replace a soon-to-be-fired employee.Blind ads are illegal in most states for real estate brokers or agents,who must not only identify themselves in all ads,but include enough information to alert the public of their status as a real estate professional.
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(1) Getting hired by the Center for Naval Analyses, after replying to a blind ad in The Washington Post.
Otherwise, the blind will continue leading the blind ad nauseam at all levels of governance.
Read as, "We're using a blind ad in hopes that referencing a nameless company will allow our Internet trolling effort to pick up leads for our candidates database."
The CEO said he responded to "a blind ad in the Worcester Telegram for a salesman'' in 1980.
I never imagined myself as a banker, but when the bank decided to create a bank marketing position, it ran a blind ad that seemed to suit my talents.
I will always be grateful to the GA who ran the blind ad that changed me from a skeptic to a believer.
For landlords, TenantMarket eliminates the uncertainty and lag time of a blind ad buy, in turn eliminating costly days of vacancy," said Jeremy Bencken, CEO and founder of TenantMarket.
McClain came to NLC in October 1988 after responding to a blind ad in the newspaper.
After graduating from Western Illinois U., Taylor moved to Los Angeles, where he worked in finance until he answered a blind ad, landing a PR job at Solters/Roskin/Friedman.
For instance, when TJX wanted to submit a blind ad that did not identify it as the employer seeking applicants, LPjobs.com helped it develop such an ad.
"On March 10th, I answered my first blind ad." She also sent copies to three executive search firms, but was not solely dependent on them.
In the case of the Daily Herald, Employment Classifieds sent its invoice to the newspaper's own post office box for blind ad responses.