Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which advertises.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who, or that which, advertises.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who advertises.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone whose business is advertising

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The message of the advertiser is a legitimate, and to a flourishing economy a necessary part of the total range of communications.

    A High Standard

  • But the addition of “the” to “complete sports drink” was, the court ruled, non-actionable puffery: “consumers understand that the advertiser is not contending that the particular attribute or feature can only be found in its product.”

    Hoist on its own potassium: Gatorade loses to Powerade

  • I will choose an advertiser from the mag every day and post contact info.

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  • I will choose an advertiser from the mag every day and post contact info.

    Next Chapters

  • "Promoted Tweets will be clearly labeled as" promoted "when an advertiser is paying, but in every other respect they will first exist as regular Tweets," Stone writes.

    Twitter gets advertising

  • The goal for you as an advertiser is to decide whether or not these additional clicks come at a cost that is still profitable for you.

    New AdWords Bidding Tutorial

  • But the addition of “the” to “complete sports drink” was, the court ruled, non-actionable puffery: “consumers understand that the advertiser is not contending that the particular attribute or feature can only be found in its product.”

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  • I also noticed that Wanted is the main advertiser on this site at the moment so it's no wonder that the sites reviewers are so positive.

    Sound Off: Wanted - What Did You Think? « FirstShowing.net

  • If a major advertiser is at odds with the editorial content of the paper, magazine, radio or television station they pick up the phone and call the publisher ...

    What's Wrong with this Picture?

  • If another advertiser is paying to have an ad displayed but Charter replaces it with an ad of theirs, are they fairly credited?

    Charter Will Monitor Customers’ Web Surfing to Target Ads - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

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