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publicity 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/pəˈblisətē/,
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publicities, plural;
  1. The notice or attention given to someone or something by the media
    • - the case attracted wide publicity in the press
  2. Public exposure; notoriety
    • - the only passage that has been found worthy of nationwide publicity
  3. The giving out of information about a product, person, or company for advertising or promotional purposes
    • - head of publicity and marketing
    • - publicity photographs
  4. Material or information used for such a purpose
    • - we distributed publicity from a stall in the marketplace

  1. promotion: a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution; "the packaging of new ideas"
  2. the quality of being open to public view; "the publicity of the court room"
  3. Publicity is the deliberate attempt to manage the public's perception of a subject. The subjects of publicity include people (for example, politicians and performing artists), goods and services, organizations of all kinds, and works of art or entertainment.
  4. Advertising or other activity designed to rouse public interest in something; Public interest attracted in this way; The condition of being the object of public attention
  5. the department within a publishing house which organises ‘free’ promotion of titles published, often through the sending out of review copies or soliciting coverage in the broadcast media; often nowadays in larger firms a part of the marketing department.
  6. A marketing technique using free advertising outlets such as press releases.
  7. A type of public relations in the form of a news item or story which conveys information about a product, service, or idea in the media.
  8. You agree that Adventure Great Himalaya may use images of you taken during the trip without recourse to you and without compensation to you, for publicity and promotion purposes only through whatever medium it chooses.
  9. Information, articles, or advertisements issued to secure public notice or attention.
  10. receiving favorable media coverage. A strategic marketing promotion tool involving building relationships with journalists, reporters, bloggers, and editors; responding to reporter media requests; and producing news releases or videos.
  11. The generation of free media coverage and advertising.
  12. The art of creating greater exposure for a client, business, product or service in the public. Some PR professionals of a more theoretical bent are clear to distinguish publicity from Public Relations, although the terms are often conceived to be more or less synonymous. ...
  13. News stories in the media that you haven't paid for. They're considered editorial, not advertising.
  14. Raising awareness of a situation through use of posters, leaflets and so on.
  15. You agree that Unruly Media may use Your name and logo in presentations, marketing materials, customer lists, financial reports, and Web site listings of customers. ...
  16. The (DE) will establish and maintain a program to assure that potential applicants for permits are informed of the requirements of 33 CFR and of the steps required to obtain permits for activities in waters of the United States or ocean waters. ...
  17. a tool of public relations focused on generating editorial media coverage for an organisation and/or its products.
  18. Competition entrants agree to their name, region and photographs being used in publicity materials in any media (including on Molson Coors websites and those of any competition partners) anywhere in the world.
  19. Non-paid, non-personal communication to promote the products, services, or image of the company.
  20. Involves supplying information that is factual, interesting, and newsworthy to media not controlled by the organization (radio, television, magazines, newspapers, and trade journals). ...
  21. Publication of news about an organization or person for which time or space was not purchased. [BA]
  22. Department responsible for securing press coverage in newspapers, magazines, online and broadcast media to raise customer awareness of a product.
  23. J. EUGENIO CONCEPTS shall handle your monthly pre and post releases.
  24. The dissemination of promotional material to draw interest or generate sales.
  25. As a condition of entry into the Contest, except where prohibited by law, each entrant and each winner by accepting a prize grants to Hay House, Inc. ...