Two factors distinguish publicity from advertising – cost and control. When a newspaper, magazine, TV or radio features a retailer’s store, personnel, product or events and the retailer does not have to pay for it, the retailer receives publicity. The retailer cannot, however, control the time, direction, or content of the message.

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