Definitions for publicity
pʌˈblɪs ɪ tipub·lic·i·ty
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promotion, publicity, promotional material, packagingnoun
a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution
"the packaging of new ideas"
the quality of being open to public view
"the publicity of the court room"
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.
Etymology: From publicité.
Publicity is the notice or attention given to someone or something by the media. It involves the creation, management, and spreading of information about a person, product, service, or event, often via various forms of media, to raise public awareness or influence public opinion. The information is generated and disseminated with the intent of reaching and influencing as large an audience as possible.
the quality or state of being public, or open to the knowledge of a community; notoriety; publicness
Etymology: [Cf. F. publicit.]
Publicity is the deliberate attempt to manage the public's perception of a subject. The subjects of publicity include people, goods and services, organizations of all kinds, and works of art or entertainment. Publicity is the act of attracting the media attention and gaining visibility with the public, it necessarily needs the compliment of the media it cannot be done internally because it requires the attention of the publicist and it is the publicist that carries out publicity while PR is the strategic management function that helps an organization communicate, establish and maintain relation with the important audiences, It can be done internally without the use of media From a marketing perspective, publicity is one component of promotion which is one component of marketing. The other elements of the promotional mix are advertising, sales promotion, direct marketing and personal selling. Examples of promotional tactics include: ⁕Art exhibitions ⁕event sponsorship ⁕Arrange a speech or talk ⁕Make an analysis or prediction ⁕Conduct a poll or survey ⁕Issue a report ⁕Take a stand on a controversial subject ⁕Arrange for a testimonial ⁕Announce an appointment
Publicity means utilizing the peripheral object. It could be a personality or an individual from the mass media. The main function of the object is to increase the level of awareness. Publicity is one of the relational tools of Marketing Mix. It is interconnected with the factor of Public Relations. The subject includes Politicians, Business Personalities, Artists, and Actors etc.
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Rank popularity for the word 'publicity' in Nouns Frequency: #1556
The numerical value of publicity in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of publicity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
I see it as an effort to ward off negative publicity when they will be most vulnerable to publicity.
You have reached the pinnacle of success as soon as you become uninterested in money, compliments, or publicity.
In Hollywood, an equitable divorce settlement means each party getting fifty percent of publicity.
The winner has an option on the claim form to check' yes' or' no' for publicity, if the winner declines publicity, we respect their wishes and do not release their name.
The option of a quiet wedding was presumably open to Meghan Markles and Harry and they instead have chosen one that invites enormous publicity and indeed their office is orchestrating the publicity, so it is difficult for the watching public to switch from what is universal consumption to what is, in Harry’s words, now a ‘ private matter. ’ there is a natural and not always wise desire on the part of royal people to control everything we know about them, and this is not a healthy attitude nor is it a pragmatic one given the degree to which the media can promote their causes.
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- شهره اعلاميهArabic
- publicitatCatalan, Valencian
- διαφήμιση, δημοσιότηταGreek
- 広報, 宣伝Japanese
- publisiti, pengiklananMalay
- publisitetNorwegian Nynorsk
- реклама, гласность, известность, слава, паблиситиRussian
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