- the act of advertising
- a public notice or announcement, usually paid for, as of things for sale, needs, etc.
The definition of an advertisement is an announcement, particularly for items or services that are up for sale, rent or which are available.
A commercial about the benefits of a brand of dog food, a page in a magazine promoting a sports drink and a flyer about party entertainment services are each an example of an advertisement.
- The act of advertising.
- A notice, such as a poster or a paid announcement in the print, broadcast, or electronic media, designed to attract public attention or patronage.
- (marketing) A commercial solicitation designed to sell some commodity, service or similar.
- Companies try to sell their products using advertisements in form of placards, television spots and print publications.
- A public notice.
- The city council placed an advertisement in the local newspaper to inform its residents of the forthcoming roadworks.
- A recommendation of a particular product, service or person.
- The people gave a good advertisement for Wiktionary.
- Open a magazine, there's probably an advertisement for a credit card.It's hard to avoid the constant stream of messages that credit card companies send on a daily, hourly, and even minute-by-minute basis.
- After the children's overalls were featured in a national advertisement, sales skyrocketed, and OshKosh expanded its line of children's clothing and eventually began manufacturing only children's products and accessories.
- In 1955, however, Santa first appeared as a blip on radar screens when an advertisement for Sears Roebuck & Co. in Colorado Springs, Colorado, published a telephone number that children could call and speak to Santa.
- If Taurus isn't careful, she may end up in a situation like the sad scenes from television advertisement campaigns warning against the hazards of a single match or tossed cigarette; that is, a "scorched earth".
- The company also launched a division that produces direct-selling advertisement (also known as infomercials) for other networks and has expanded its relationship with other television networks and publications.