promotion

A marketing campaign to increase sales through advertising, merchandising, signage, and special events.
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promotion

[Noun] The act of giving someone a more important job or position.
Example: He had only been in the job two months when he was offered promotion.
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promotion

[n] - encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something 2. [n] - a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution 3. [n] - act of raising in rank or position
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Promotion

All the techniques used to promote a site by search engines and directories.
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promotion

See pseudo-catalysis.
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Promotion

Some form of special offer that provides additional benefit to buying one or more products. Promotions follow a variety of models (e.g. BOGOF).
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Promotion

Event or campaign which you run to advertise your business, or the provision of free samples to potential new customers. The cost of promotions is normally tax deductible, but there may be restrictions for certain free gifts.
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promotion

Event or campaign which you run to advertise your business, or the provision of free samples to potential new customers. The cost of promotions is normally tax deductible, but there may be restrictions for certain free gifts.
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Promotion

Pro¬∑mo'tion (-mō'shŭn) noun [ Latin promotio : confer French promotion .] The act of promoting, advancing, or encouraging; the act of exalting in rank or honor; also, the condition of being advanced, encouraged, or exalted in honor; preferment. Milton. « Pro...
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promotion

Stimulation of tumour induction, following initiation, by a promoting agent which may of itself be noncarcinogenic. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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promotion

publicity noun a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution; `the packaging of new ideas`
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promotion

noun act of raising in rank or position
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promotion

advancement noun encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something
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promotion

(from the article `marketing`) Promotion, the fourth marketing-mix element, consists of several methods of communicating with and influencing customers. The major tools are sales ...
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promotion

(from the article `cancer`) Experiments with chemical compounds demonstrate that the induction of tumours involves two clear steps: initiation and promotion. Initiation is ... ...are thought to produce tumours by impairing cell-mediated immunity, which is important in the normal elimination of tumour cells. The development ... [2 rel...
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promotion

(from the article `industrial relations`) An initial part of typical on-the-job training often involves socialization into the practices, values, and culture of the organization. Another ...
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promotion

promotion 1. The act of promoting or the fact of being promoted; advancement. 2. Encouragement of the progress, growth, or acceptance of something; furtherance. 3. Advertising; publicity.
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Promotion

All forms of communication other than advertising that call attention to products and services by adding extra values toward the purchase. Includes temporary discounts, allowances, premium offers, coupons, contests, sweepstakes, etc.
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Promotion

The offer of an inducement to purchase, over and above the intrinsic value or price of a good service.
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promotion

Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-mō′shŭn Definitions: 1. Stimulation of tumor induction, following initiation, by a promoting agent that may of itself be noncarcinogenic.
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promotion

Technique used by a business organization to persuade customers to buy its products in the short term. Below-the-line promotion or merchandising would include special offers such as free gifts, discounts, competitions, better value offers (for example, 500 grams for the price of 400 grams), and trade-ins. Above-the-line promotio...
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Promotion

[academic] Kuwait Oil Company Logo ...
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Promotion

[rank] A promotion is the advancement of an employee`s rank or position in an organizational hierarchy system. Promotion may be an employee`s reward for good performance, i.e., positive appraisal. Before a company promotes an employee to a particular position it ensures that the person is able to handle the added responsibilities by screeni...
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Promotion

[marketing] Promotion is one of the market mix elements or features, and a term used frequently in marketing. The marketing mix includes the four P`s: price, product, promotion, and place. Promotion refers to raising customer awareness of a product or brand, generating sales, and creating brand loyalty. Promotion is also found in the specif...
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Promotion

[chess] Promotion is a chess rule that a pawn that reaches its eighth rank is immediately changed into the player`s choice of a queen, knight, rook, or bishop of the same color. The new piece replaces the pawn on the same square, as part of the same move. The choice of new piece is not limited to pieces that have already been captured. Ever...
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