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  • adjective Very widely and aggressively marketed.


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hyper- +‎ marketed


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  • It is the product of an age of hypermarketed blockbusters that are rushed into print and hurled into promotional orbit.

    American Sketches Walter Isaacson 2009

  • And in this hypermarketed, viral-PR world - where anything interesting online has a crowd of weasels in suits running just behind it with a notepad and rubber gloves, trying to figure out how they can make it poo money - who can blame them for thinking that the Mad Men phenomenon was a piece of in-house guff?

    Technology news, comment and analysis | 2009


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