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brochureware

Syllabification: bro·chure·ware
Pronunciation: /brōˈSHo͝orˌwer
 
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Definition of brochureware in English:

noun

Websites or web pages produced by converting a company’s printed marketing or advertising material into an Internet format.
Example sentences
  • The changing landscape has led corporate Web sites to evolve from textual to multimedia, brochureware to interactive, static to transactional, chaotic to standardized, rigid to extensible, broadcasting to read-write.
  • With near reckless abandon HTML pages started springing up everywhere, from the simplest personal page to relatively fancy consumer-oriented sites, corporate brochureware, intranets and extranets.
  • Its website is largely brochureware with very sparse content on its product range.

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