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marketing

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈmɑːkɪtɪŋ/ MARKETING, COMMERCE
the business activity that involves finding out what customers want, using that information to design products and services, and selling them effectively: Mr. Harris was previously director of sales and marketing.a marketing campaign/plan/strategy Part of her job involves devising clever marketing strategies.a marketing company/department/division He operated his own marketing company until his major client got sold last year.marketing costs/expenses/budget Loyal customers are easier to retain, so marketing costs for these customers should be lower.a marketing director/manager/officer He was marketing director of colouring and skincare products and has recently been appointed overall marketing director.
→  See also affiliate marketing , buzz marketing , cooperative marketing , corporate marketing , direct channel marketing , direct mail marketing , direct marketing , drip marketing , event marketing , global marketing , green marketing , image marketing , integrated marketing , mass marketing , multilevel marketing , network marketing , niche marketing , permission marketing , relationship marketing , social marketing , stealth marketing , strategic marketing
Translations of “marketing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 工作, 促銷, 推銷…
in Russian маркетинг, продвижение (товара)…
in Turkish pazarlama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作, 促销, 推销…
in Polish marketing…
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