Meaning Promotion
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The use of policy, especially a subsidy to encourage an activity, such as production in an industry. See export promotion.
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The use of marketing and/or advertising to bring attention to a product, brand, service, company, etc., usually in order to increase sales. The raising of an employee to a higher rank in [..]
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The act of furthering the growth or development of something; especially: the furtherance of the acceptance and sale of merchandise through advertising, publicity, or discounting
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1 [uncountable, countable] promotion (to something) a move to a more important job or rank in a company or an organization Her promotion to Sales Manager took everyone by surprise. The new job is a pr [..]
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c. 1400, "advancement in rank or position," from Old French promocion "election, promotion" (14c., Modern French promotion) and directly from Latin promotionem (nominative promotio [..]
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Refer to "See Also" column to the right.
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The product/service information, experience, and opinions discussed by consumers in social contexts.
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The act of selling a product at a reduced price, or a buy one/get one free offer, for the purpose of increasing sales.
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a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution; "the packaging of new ideas" act of raising in rank or position encouragement of the pro [..]
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Definitions (2) 1. An activity, such as a sale or advertising campaign, designed to increase visibility or sales of a product.
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Assigning a current employee to another job with a higher range or grade in the company's hierarchy.
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Advancement of a librarian or other library staff member to a higher rank within the same library or library system, usually on the basis of favorable performance evaluation and accompanied by an incr [..]
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considering the fact that there is so much competition in the market, every Company, product / brand needs promotion. Promotion refers to all the activities that are undertaken to push sales and popul [..]
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A marketing campaign to increase sales through advertising, merchandising, signage, and special events.
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The process of raising public awareness of an artist or product.
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According to the Treasury Board, for the purposes of deployment, a promotion occurs when the maximum rate of pay applicable to the position to which a person is appointed exceeds the maximum rate of pay applicable to the person's substantive level immediately before the appointment by one of the following measures: an amount equal to at least [..]
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According to 7 USCS § 7412 (Title 7, Agriculture; Chapter 101, Agricultural Promotion; Issuance of Orders for Promotion, Research, and Information Activities Regarding Agricultural Commodities) the t [..]
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(n) a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution(n) act of raising in rank or position(n) encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something( [..]
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(Doctoral Studies) The “Promotion” leads to a Doctoral title. In Germany most doctoral studies are based on individual research projects. There are also some structured doctoral programmes that of [..]
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Component activities include: 
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advancement in rank or position, such as from teacher to headteacher. It is also a term used sometimes for pupils being moved on a year group in advance of their age-group peers.
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A method of increasing sales of merchandise through advertising; any activity designed to enhance sales.
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See pseudo-catalysis
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Encouraging consumer Behaviors most likely to optimize Health potentials (physical and psychosocial) through Health information, preventive Programs, and access to medical care.
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The second step in the development of cancer.
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1. Something totally alien to every member of the Chess Glossary Team. 2. Advancing a Pawn to the enemy's back row resulting in advantageous exchange for either another: Knight, Bishop, Rook, or Queen (those are the 'promoted' pieces involved in this special move, also known as 'Pawn Promotion').
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Developing one or more cards into winners by driving out any higher-ranking cards held by the opponents.
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When a pawn reaches the final rank, it can be turned into another piece (except a pawn or king), usually a queen. Also known as "Queening". See also "Underpromotion".
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one of the marketing P's, referring to advertising and other means of generating customer interest in the product
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 publicising a product to increase sales or public awareness.
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All the techniques that hospitality and travel organizations use to promote their services.
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The change of an employee to a position at a higher grade level within the same job classification system and pay schedule or to a position with a higher rate of basic pay in a different job classific [..]
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A standalone sidebar graphic and/or text used to draw attention to content deeper in the site, or to encourage your users to take an action (ex: to fill out an application, learn more about a topic, r [..]
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An advancement in rank or position. (I'll have to give myself a promotion!) (marketing) Dissemination of positive information about a product, product line, brand, or company. (The price cut i [..]
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granting of a doctorate,
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lang=en 1600s=1678 * '''1678''' — . ''''. *: But let us still resist him; for notwithstanding all his bravadoes, he promoteth the fool and none else. "The wise shall inherit glory, said Solomon, [..]
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