Advertorial

An advertorial is an advertisement in the form of editorial content. The term `advertorial` is a blend of the words `advertisement` and `editorial.` Merriam-Webster dates the origin of the word to 1946. In printed publications, the advertisement is usually written in the form of an objective article and designed to look like a legitimate and...
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advertorial

noun an advertisement that is written and presented in the style of an editorial or journalistic report
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Advertorial

a form of print advertising that is designed to mimic the editorial content, style and layout of the publication in which it appears.
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Advertorial

A paid advertisement that is designed in such as manner that it gives the impression of being an editorial rather than advertisement.
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advertorial

advertisement presented as if it were editorial material
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Advertorial

Advertorial is a paid-for feature that has the 'look and feel' of an editorial. Some publications may write the copy, others may let you write it yourself. The article will have the words 'promotion' or 'advertorial' at the top of the page.
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Advertorial

An advert in the form of a complementary editorial piece, usually labelled as an advert.
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Advertorial

An advertisement designed with the appearance of editorial. These are normally labelled as `Advertising” or `This is an advertisement”.
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Advertorial

An advertisement that appears to be editorial content. In printed media advertorials are generally labeled as advertising but on the Web their purpose is often disguised.
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Advertorial

An advertisement that has the appearance of a news article or editorial, in a print publication. See Infomercial, below.
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Advertorial

An advertisement which is designed to have the appearance of an editorial. Advertorials are normally labelled as 'Advertising' or 'This is an advertisement'. Similar in practice to an infomercial.
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advertorial

An advertisement written in the style of a news item or feature, often provided by the publisher to complement adverts sold on that page. Ethically, advertorials should be clearly identified as such.
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advertorial

[n] - an advertisement that is written and presented in the style of an editorial or journalistic report
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