product placement

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An advertising technique used by companies to subtly promote their products through a non-traditional advertising technique, usually through appearances in film, television, or other media.

Product placements are often initiated through an agreement between a product manufacturer and the media company in which the media company receives economic benefit. A company will often pay a fee to have their product used, displayed, or significantly featured in a movie or show.

For example:

Through product placement, companies hope that moviegoers will take note of the products used by the characters, and therefore think more strongly about using the products themselves.

Some people consider product placement to be deceptive and unethical.

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You may want to talk to a popular tv show and see if you can get product placement for your company for good advertising.
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The product placement decided upon by our marketing manager for the trade show was excellent as we made many contacts that day.
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I do not like movies that have Coca Cola in them, or Pepsi because I think product placement lowers the artistic value of a film.
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