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blast  n.— «Suppliers can send a blast e-message to clients and prospects inviting them to their Web site to check out a renovation, feature or personnel change, or to fill out a form to qualify for a fam trip.» —“Push comes to...

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blast  n.— «He said the traditional way of reaching a young crowd through TV spots was not nearly as cost-effective as the blast of billboards.» —“ Adidas runs with Bailey despite trash talk” by Marina Strauss Globe...

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blast  n.— «The “blast” services disrupted that process, much like “a whole bunch of people coming up and interrupting a conversation,” he said.…McKinney cited AIMS Computer Systems of Knoxville as a key...

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blast n. an advertising or marketing message sent in bulk, especially via email. Etymological Note: This is a specialized extension of two more common meanings of blast, defined by the New Oxford American Dictionary as “a forceful attack or...

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blast  n.— «How do you regulate a medium that is so fluid and so time critical? We cannot have the NASD take four days to approve a blast e-mail to all shareholders if the market expectation is “Yesterday I wanted it. Today is too...

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blast  n.— «Statistics, such as those from Forrester Research, Jupiter and other firms, show us that traditional “segment, batch and blast” e-mail is not a plausible long-term strategy for building more profitable customer...