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What is the difference between "cheap publicity" and "bad publicity"?

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Asked by rajneesh Rediff, 13 May '08 09:52 am
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cheap publicity is what u can see in a add of underwear " yeh toh bada toin hai"

bad publicity is when someone using others products in their add and try to prove that theirs is best
Answered by vande mataram, 13 May '08 09:55 am

 
  
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bad publicity means negative publicity whereas cheap publicity means something dirty or vulgar
Answered by priyanka, 13 May '08 09:55 am

 
  
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Cheap publicity:

"ZOMG! OMFG! Oh lord of lords! 15 year old girl gets pregnant in Navaratri celebrations after consuming bhang! Watch out parents and chain your daughters like a Pakistani POW during navaratri for her own safety!"

*REAL PUBLICITY*
"that 15 year old girl had bad parents who didn't teach her enough to avoid sexual predators or handle herself when she may not be 100% sober."

Bad publicity:

"Everyone who drinks vodka is an inbreeding rapist without love, or values."

REAL PUBLICITY:
Nowadays, the increasing commercialization of society has even trivialized interpersonal relationships....
Answered by A Moin, 22 May '08 07:34 pm

 
  
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