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[mass noun] The action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising:‘the Western arts of marketing and distribution’[as modifier] ‘a marketing campaign’
business methods, business practices, business, commerce, trading, trafficking, marketing, merchandising, transactions, financial transactionsView synonyms
- ‘The syllabus also covers how to develop good marketing and PR to promote the business.’
- ‘Not fully understanding the scope of marketing often limits business success.’
- ‘Social marketing uses the methods of commercial marketing and applies them to a product with a social benefit.’
- ‘I would suggest mail order and specialist computer magazines as your initial marketing channels.’
- ‘Women form an important link in the marketing chain of retail products in Namibia.’
- ‘In business and marketing, a trend is mostly a good thing to try to capture and leverage.’
- ‘For a small business marketing may seem, and be, expensive if not managed effectively.’
- ‘Or is it just the end product of a particularly successful marketing campaign?’
- ‘Another marketing method is to service each part of the body every time a client comes in.’
- ‘John was chosen in recognition of his novel marketing idea in promoting the hotel overseas.’
- ‘Nor can they be confined to the joint promotion and marketing of a financial product.’
- ‘After the funding the company plans to grow it development team and take on more sales and marketing staff.’
- ‘New products and more focused marketing efforts have been slower to take off in Europe than America.’
- ‘A few of them felt that proper marketing facility would help them to sell their produce in a big way.’
- ‘It is also right to focus its marketing strategy on niche retailing sites in underground stations and airports.’
- ‘Various types of marketing, retailing and production cooperatives also flourished in this period.’
- ‘For services it is easier because location or marketing can be a source of advantage.’
- ‘The first workshops on export marketing will be conducted in Oshakati and Tsumeb.’
- ‘In the end, it will all come down to clever marketing of the brand extension.’
- ‘Thirty per cent of all e-mail traffic is accounted for by marketing campaigns.’
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