Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mailshot.

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Examples

  • The Gingrich campaign proper is sending around attack mailshots on Romney's shifting abortion stances over the years: "Massachusetts Moderate Mitt Romney: a pro-abortion record".

    South Carolina primary: Mitt Romney's rivals ask taxing questions

  • Online marketing – Easynet Connect highlights the value of a good website, and of online marketing tools that can help to manage mailshots or provide statistics on website visitors.

    The internet as a lifeline for SMEs « pwcom 2.0

  • A certain translator I know in the US is fond of spammy mailshots to a large list of agencies at frequent intervals same people every time.

    Hello Translator!

  • What organizations have mailshots going to your target audience.

    Developing a PR strategy

  • What organizations have mailshots going to your target audience.

    December 2008

  • To date, investors who want to nominate board members have had to finance their own proxy battles and pay for mailshots to shareholders – an expensive and cumbersome process that only well-resourced fund management firms or activist billionaires have been able to afford.

    US investors win right to challenge runaway boardroom pay packets

  • It gained a brief surge of publicity in the UK in the early 1990s as part of a series of mass antisemitic mailshots by a coterie of veteran Jew haters led by the notorious Dowager Lady Jane Birdwood.

    Archive 2007-07-15

  • A cynical ploy to get all they can out of these 'free' mailshots?

    We know where you live

  • “For the first time Labour election officials are demanding that those standing in marginal seats must provide evidence of the scale of their campaign before they are allocated funds for leaflets and mailshots.”

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • And that, comrades, is what an Israeli boycott really looks like when it finally moves from the relatively harmless territory of the websites, the blog links and the mailshots and manifests itself on the streets: bullying young workers at a skin care stall in a shopping centre.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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