buzz for

buzz for (one)

To use a device that makes a buzzing sound (such as a doorbell or intercom) to try to get one's attention. When you get to my apartment building, just buzz for me, and I'll let you in. Buzz for the receptionist and ask her what's taking so long.
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buzz for someone

to sound a signal for someone. Please buzz for the bell captain. I buzzed for my secretary and waited for a reply.
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lt;p>Just because you don't have the Buzz tab added to your Gmail account yet doesn't mean you can't take Buzz for a spin with your smartphone.
This was in order to generate positive buzz for a movie they felt would be better off being seen and talked about rather than opening with a more traditional marketing blitz.
You know it's a different ballgame when sending a rubber duck to the "Live With Regis and Kelly" show creates more brand buzz for insurance company AFLAC than a press conference
If you understand the principles, you can help orchestrate buzz for your business.
As part of the new program, Brandimensions will provide automotive executives with detailed daily, weekly and monthly market intelligence reports and analysis of online consumer and media buzz for all concept and production vehicles at the major NAIAS events, including the Detroit, New York and Los Angeles Auto Shows.
lt;p>During Tuesday's event, Google also said that it would be rolling out a version of Buzz for corporate users, though it would not be included immediately.
That catalytic moment spurred major brand buzz for a business-to-business manufacturer and supported the dramatic rise in the company's sales.
Those honored with this award created good buzz for their products or services, but were not as widely recognized as those honored with a Best Buzz award.