any of a number of unconventional methods of marketing with minimal resources for maximum results; any marketing campaign that uses non-mainstream tactics and locations
noun 1. the presentation of short propaganda plays or skits, usually on sociopolitical themes, as war or repression, often on the streets or in other nontheater locations.
noun 1. the use of hit-and-run tactics by small, mobile groups of irregular forces operating in territory controlled by a hostile, regular force. noun a type of military action using small mobile irregular forces to carry out surprise tactics against hostile regular forces Word Origin Spanish ‘skirmishing’ + warfare guerrilla warfare [(guh-ril-uh)] Wars fought with […]
/French ɡeklɛ̃/ noun 1. Bertrand du ?1320–80, French commander during the Hundred Years’ War
[ged] /gɛd/ noun 1. Jules [zhyl] /ʒül/ (Show IPA), (Mathieu Basile) 1845–1922, French socialist leader, editor, and writer.