What was the name of the company that was looking for vehicles to use for advertising ?

Question by missmillions53: What was the name of the company that was looking for vehicles to use for advertising ?
I am not sure if it was Fox 26 that ran this article, but generally I only look at Fox 26 news in the morning, when I get ready for work , and at 9:00 when I get ready for bed. The gentleman mentioned that a person could earn good money by simply using their vehicle to display removable ads

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Answer by Skullchick
One company that did that was called CarWrap. It was like a giant shrink wrap for your car with thier advertising. It did no damage to you paint. I was going to do it at one time but never did. It merely required you to keep your car cleaned and presentable. I did not check further into it.

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How do I find businesses that are looking for advertising opportunities?

Question by EAR: How do I find businesses that are looking for advertising opportunities?
I’m currently working as part of the Marketing Board for a magazine at my college and I need to sell advertisements. I know there are businesses out there that want to advertise, but how do I find them?

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Answer by Prateek
hummm… you are trying to sell your ads
why people will purchase your ads because it is unknown to then that what is in the ads.
i mean people will spend their money on and unknown thing
Thank you
prateek569@yahoo.com

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i have a print advertising company and am looking for new ideas to let my advertisers advertise in.?

Question by Chicoo: i have a print advertising company and am looking for new ideas to let my advertisers advertise in.?
they do with me coupon books, news paper & magazine advertising, brochures and flyers, business card, i need a new idea for them not one of these, any one have thing for me? only print.

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Answer by Tammy O
what about larger advertisements – like billboards, buses, etc. or on products – like a hat, t-shirt, backpack, etc.

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Looking up: despite the massive gloom and doom of recent years, some media executives and analysts see brighter days ahead for digital advertising on news … An article from: American Journalism Review

Looking up: despite the massive gloom and doom of recent years, some media executives and analysts see brighter days ahead for digital advertising on news … An article from: American Journalism Review

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Title: Looking up: despite the massive gloom and doom of recent years, some media executives and analysts see brighter days ahead for digital advertising on news sites. The iPad could play a big role.
Author: Bret Schulte
Publication: American Journalism Review (Magazine/Journal)
Date: June 22, 2010
Publisher: University of Maryland
Volume: 32 Issue: 2 Page: 32(6)

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Urgently looking for an article, someone could help please?

Question by David_Geneva: Urgently looking for an article, someone could help please?
Hi, I am urgently looking for an article called “Language and cognitive processes from a developmental perspective”. The author is Karmiloff-Smith, and the article was released in 1985 by the “Language and cognitive processes” magazine. (ISSN = 0169-0965 ) The editor is Psychology Press. Lot of mentions for this article appear all over the Internet but I was unable to find the entire document. I have searched the web, usenet, using Google Scholar and private database such as Scopus. Thanks in advance for you help!

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Answer by robertminidriver
You might want to peruse the pay site, fastpapers.com

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