above-the-line promotion


above-the-line promotion
above-the-line promotions
N-VAR
Above-the-line promotion is the use of promotional methods that cannot be directly controlled by the company selling the goods or service, such as television or press advertising. Compare below-the-line promotion. [BUSINESS]

For all maternity clothing retailers, most above-the-line promotion is conducted through focused sources such as mother and baby magazines.


English dictionary. 2008.

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