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guerrilla marketing

[ guh-ril-uh-mahr-ki-ting ]
/ g蓹藞r瑟l 蓹 藞m蓱r k瑟 t瑟艐 /
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noun
a low-cost, nontraditional advertising strategy that uses imaginative presentation, as graffiti or public art installations, and interactive experiences, as stunts or treasure hunts: Successful guerrilla marketing is spread virally from person to person, online or by word of mouth.
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Origin of guerrilla marketing

Coined by Jay Conrad Levinson, U.S. business writer (1933-2013), the title of his 1984 book

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