mass marketing


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mass′ mar′keting



n.
the production and distribution of a product intended to be sold to a relatively large number of people.
[1940–45]
mass′-mar′ket, v.t.
mass′-mar′keter, n.
Translations
mercatique de masse
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Lancaster, PA, March 06, 2015 --(PR.com)-- "The Shift - The Fast Paced Transition from Mass Marketing to Context Marketing: Learn how to resonate with and inspire those who are ready to buy from you"
Today, mass marketing involves putting your product on the shelf and going to Mass on Sunday and praying that someone buys it.
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Two indie fans were disgusted, The Washington Post reported: "The mass marketing of their beloved subculture has devalued its music."
However, drug chains continue to thrive and play a key role in mass marketing, and they do so by focusing on meeting the needs of their customers.
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Together with the fragmentation of mass media into a host of specialty cable channels and magazines, the population's diversity has led some to predict the end of mass marketing as a means of influencing consumer behavior.