ad maker

noun
variants: or

ad–maker

Definition of ad maker

plural

ad makers

or

ad–makers

  1. :  a person or company that creates advertisements (especially political advertisements) You probably don’t believe that TV ads influence your voting behavior, but clearly the national political ad makers think otherwise. — Dick Polman, Philadelphia Inquirer, 24 Oct. 2010 In a cavernous baroque banquet room, ad-makers flipped through their storyboards to impress the new team. — Michael Riley, Time, 21 Nov. 1988

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First Known Use of ad maker

1900


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