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19:04 Jun 16, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Marketing / Market Research / print advertising
German term or phrase: Tag-On Anzeigen
These are ads featuring a product, along with the name and logo of the store chain selling the product. Anyone out there know if there's any difference betweeen this and "co-op ads"? I don't find much on the web about "Tag-On Anzeigen."
Lori Dendy-Molz
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1 +1Tag-on adverts

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Tag-on adverts


Tag-on adverts

The hyphen here seems to be the decisive factor. None of the googles have a hyphen apart from those connected with this Adobe product:

Note added at 4 days (2005-06-21 00:07:54 GMT)

Hi, Lori!
Sorry to be tedious but I have to admit that that ‘ a simple co-op ad’ means just about as much to me as ‘a simple tag-on ad’. I’ve googled it and come up with CRS. In UK this is the ‘Co-operative Retail Society’ and a ‘co-op ad’ would be something on TV admonishing the citizenry to shop at their Co-op store rather than the (capitalist) competition – Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda etc. I look forward to enlightenment on this one.

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Stuck with co-op ad. I'd still be interested in what it's called in the UK. Thanks for the effort, though!

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Comment: Stuck with co-op ad. I'd still be interested in what it's called in the UK. Thanks for the effort, though!

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