- (advertising) The rational, informational content of an ad such as selling propositions or product information.
- When the commercial’s announcer says the soda has just one calorie, she is providing semantic information.
- (market research) the part of a message that is stored in the semantic memory system and can be tested with traditional verbal methods.
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