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cross promotion

Also called "cross media," cross promotion is advertising one kind of media from another. When a website is promoted using traditional media such as radio, TV and magazines, it also called "offline advertising." See branding.
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Christopher Ma, executive editor of Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, would not provide financial details on the agreement, but said there will be significant cross promotion on all the parties' distribution channels.
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The company's dispensary has partnered with adjacent retailers to perform cross promotions, which have been well received by the community patrons and partner retailers.
Business community members who attend and are interested in participating in the campaign will have the opportunity to be involved in future local shopping promotions, including cross promotions with other businesses and partnership opportunities.