Quotes: Advertising, Publicity

(a nourishment of consuming; too often a specialty of deception)

Announcing or praising a product, a service, etc. in some public medium of communication in order to get people to buy or to use it.
Providing information to the public about something; such as, announcing publicly in a newspaper, on the radio or television, etc.


Few people at the beginning of the nineteenth century needed an adman to tell them what they wanted.

—John Kenneth Galbraith

Sometimes we must wonder if companies spent the same amount of money improving their products that they do on advertising them, then they wouldn't have to spend nearly as much as they do for advertising!

—John Rayoa

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