overadvertise

verb
over·​ad·​ver·​tise | \ˌō-vər-ˈad-vər-ˌtīz \
overadvertised; overadvertising

Definition of overadvertise 

: to advertise excessively … competition pressurizes firms to overadvertise.— Gerard J. Tellis While most marketers had found some success with this tactic, some larger spenders … overadvertised the same offer or put too many ads in front of the same audience.— Bob Buch

First Known Use of overadvertise

1855, in the meaning defined above

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