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Blipvert vs. Advertisement

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Blipvertnoun

A subliminal or nearly subliminal advertisement displayed for a very short time.

Advertisementnoun

(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.’;

Blipvert

A blipvert is a very brief television advertisement, lasting one second. The word is a portmanteau of blip, a brief sound, and advertisement.The term and concept were used in the 1985 film Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future and in Blipverts, the first episode of the 1987 science fiction television show Max Headroom.

Advertisementnoun

A public notice.

‘The city council placed an advertisement in the local newspaper to inform its residents of the forthcoming roadworks.’;

Advertisementnoun

A recommendation of a particular product, service or person.

‘The people gave a good advertisement for Wiktionary.’;

Advertisementnoun

The act of informing or notifying; notification.

‘An advertisement of danger.’;

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Advertisementnoun

Admonition; advice; warning.

‘Therefore give me no counsel:My griefs cry louder than advertisement.’;

Advertisementnoun

A public notice, especially a paid notice in some public print; anything that advertises; as, a newspaper containing many advertisements.

Advertisementnoun

a public promotion of some product or service

Advertisementnoun

a notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy

‘advertisements for alcoholic drinks’;

Advertisementnoun

a person or thing regarded as a means of recommending something

‘unhappy clients are not a good advertisement for the firm’;

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