Recent Examples of advertorial from the Web
Tim Sloan/Getty Images Erik Prince's advertorial is the Times opinion page's latest misstep.
But 81 percent of the advertorials, messages that reached millions of people, expressed doubt.
Indeed, the Harvard study found that some of the advertorials — 12 percent — acknowledged the human contribution to global warming.
One advertorial for an erectile dysfunction supplement features the image of a human hand holding what looks like a phallus emerging from a shell.
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Origin and Etymology of advertorial
First Known Use: 1917See Words from the same year
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