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A popular term for the number of potential consumers of a product or service, which is defined by geography, industry, demographics or other means of commonality.
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Each time the marketer makes a new request for personal information--a phone number or credit card information, for example--friction occurs.
Instead of bombarding people with unsolicited information, savvy marketers ask, 'May we send material to you?
Obtaining loans continues to be a major problem, and of the 59 percent of the marketers who applied for a loan in 1992-93, fully a quarter of them were turned down.
Every time the consumer is cheated by buying a lower grade fuel, or the government is cheated by the proper excise tax not being paid, a legitimate petroleum marketer is also being ripped off," said Chisholm.
The marketer witnesses were unanimous in calling for the passage of H.
Also troubling is the continuing problem marketers are having in obtaining credit from traditional lending institutions to finance tank replacements and upgrades.
This holistic approach gives marketers a greater amount of control and power, which will help move the industry into the next phase of maturity, with Revcube leading the way.
Adapt developed SEM-in-a-Box to assist the rising number of small- to mid-size marketers who spend too much time managing their own paid search campaigns and are unwilling to pay costly SEM agency or consulting fees.
Although 79 percent of consumers find the idea of mobile ads annoying, early efforts at mobile marketing have revealed that consumers will happily engage in campaigns as long as marketers deliver valuable information or content.
PayPerPost, the leading marketplace connecting marketers with bloggers, videographers, photographers, podcasters and social networks, announced the second phase of its full disclosure model, whereby participating Consumer Content Creators are required to disclose their sponsored status.
Third Quarter Traditionally Stable: Marketers Engage Earlier in Pre-Holiday Search Campaign Planning.
Today's leading marketers want to be free - less dependent on time-consuming process bottlenecks.