带货 (Chinese PinYin: [dài huò]; traditional Chinese:帶貨) may mean: (1) noun. celebrity endorsement; (2) verb. use one’s popularity to help sell a product or service. Literally: 带 (bring) +货 (goods). Celebrity endorsement happens when a famous person uses his or her popularity to help sell a product or service. The term has become a buzzword under the popular web star economy as many internet celebrities love endorsing products or service to earn commissions or raise awareness on certain issues.
1. How to pronounce 带货?
Chinese Pinyin: [dài huò]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 带货
Synonyms: 名人推荐, 名人代言,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 带货
Fixed expression: 带货力 (power of celebrity endorsement), 带货经济 (business of celebrity endorsement),
Collocation: 带货王 (king of celebrity endorsement), 带货女王 (queen of celebrity endorsement),
4. How to use 带货 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 带货.
Translation: Celebrity endorsement happens when a famous person uses his or her popularity to help sell a product or service.
Translation: You should try to get a celebrity endorsement that may get your product marketed to many new people over time.
Translation: Celebrity endorsement is also a form of advertising campaign or marketing strategy.
4.4 网红经济下, 带货非常受欢迎.
Translation: Celebrity endorsement is extremely popular under the so-called web star economy.
4.5 绝大部分网红都喜欢带货, 来赚取提成.
Translation: Most internet celebrities love endorsing products or service to earn commissions.
Translation: Jack Ma is good at using his popularity to help sell products.
Translation: She is the Queen of celebrity endorsement.
Translation: Do you buy products just because they been endorsed by your favorite celebrity?
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