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ad campaign

An advertising effort that places ads on a Web page or application via the Internet. It typically involves a third-party ad serving organization that delivers ads chosen automatically or from a specific selection. See ad server, ad serving and ad-supported software.
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The ad campaign includes images that will run as ads on social media and display ads on news sites and other websites, as well as ads on other online platforms.
Marin Software has been working on developing support of Facebook's new ad campaign structure since October 2013 and will release full support on March 14th.
Meanwhile, Rosemary Frazer, working at disability charity Scope, said that using disabled people in ad campaigns challenge people's perceptions about disability, and then they come to see that disabled people are very much like everybody else.
Apple lawyers had argued about the ad campaigns are no longer accurate.
One of the ads reads, "Your national TV ad campaign makes sense.
While using your students to design a major ad campaign is a nice idea (and it looks like that's what happened here), you can't usually give your students a cool design opportunity and at the same time grab a once-a-year shot to attract every possible new student.
Virtually every new consumer ad campaign that promotes a particular brand of tabletop focuses on people, not products.
He also says that he and his colleagues met with journalists and members of editorial boards during the ad campaign to explain the research findings that support the ads, to underscore the importance of the central messages of the campaign, and to suggest that editors need to pay more attention than they have to children's environmental health.
1) A young man heads for the beach with his girlfriend after realising there's more to summer than cutting lawns in a new Coke TV ad campaign which launched this week.
2 million purchase of two thirty-second spots was only the kickoff of a protracted and expensive ad campaign that includes a barrage of print ads in the nation's newspapers.
This year's tax season public relations and image ad campaign kicked off in late October.
A poster, an exhibition, a major ad campaign, a place for the thirsty to quench their soif?