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by Mark N. Clemente

eBook The Marketing Glossary: Key Terms, Concepts, and Applications epub
  • ISBN: 081445030X
  • Author: Mark N. Clemente
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Marketing & Sales
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: AMACOM (May 13, 1992)
  • Pages: 470 pages
  • ePUB size: 1527 kb
  • FB2 size 1601 kb
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But with the help of Mark Clemente's excellent reference work, you too can talk the talk just like the corporate pros. Even those who study marketing, on either a graduate or undergraduate level, will often find that they are woefully unprepared when it comes to the real world

But with the help of Mark Clemente's excellent reference work, you too can talk the talk just like the corporate pros. Even those who study marketing, on either a graduate or undergraduate level, will often find that they are woefully unprepared when it comes to the real world. Textbooks are long on theory and short on practical advice.

Mark Clemente's excellent reference work. Imagine the points you can score in meetings with all that knowledge at your fingertips.

A combination dictionary, encyclopedia, and how-to guide with definitions, "The Marketing Glossary" is an acclaimed reference work. Newly updated, it contains more than 1,400 entries. 2 people like this topic.

The Marketing Glossary: Key Terms, Concepts and Applications. Some Applications of the Theory: 6. Three fallacies in contemporary philosophy 7. Problems of reference 8. Deriving 'ought' from 'is' Index. New Jersey: Clemente Communications Group. Lamb, . Hair, J. & McDaniel, C. (2012). Essentials of Marketing.

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Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. a written document that acts as a guidebook of marketing activities for the marketing manager dealing with product, price, place and promotion. the process of planning, collecting, and analyzing data relevant to a marketing decision. maslow's hierarchy of needs.

Includes over 1,400 entries for key terms, providing definitions, examples, formulas, checklists, and more. ISBN13:9780814450307. Release Date:May 1992.

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MARK N. CLEMENTE, president of Clemente, Greenspan & C. In. has . for Fortune 1000 clients and major middle-market firms, and is the author of The Marketing Glossary: Key Terms, Concepts, and Applications.

MARK N. has twenty years of experience in marketing, business development, and acquisition planning. He has handled consulting assignments for Fortune 1000 clients and major middle-market firms, and is the author of The Marketing Glossary: Key Terms, Concepts, and Applications. DAVID S. GREENSPAN, cofounder of Clemente, Greenspan & C. has spent more than fifteen years analyzing companies as targeted investments and acquisition candidates.

Includes over 1,400 entries for key terms, providing definitions, examples, formulas, checklists, and more
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Dakora
"Let's do a heavy up in the top ten DMAs so we can increase our GRPs."

If that sentence confuses you, you're not alone.
Like any business, the marketing world has its own jargon. Sometimes confusing, occasionally humorous, the vocabulary of the modern marketing professional may often seem confusing -- especially for small business owners, who often wear many hats and whose expertise must cover a broad spectrum of tasks. But with the help of Mark Clemente's excellent reference work, you too can talk the talk just like the corporate pros.
Even those who study marketing, on either a graduate or undergraduate level, will often find that they are woefully unprepared when it comes to the real world. Textbooks are long on theory and short on practical advice. Even more troubling, few of those teaching marketing have had practical experience.
Thus the enterprising young marketing person is often left to sink or swim. Unless they begin their careers with a firm that offers training -- more of a rarity these days -- the novice marketer will usually be expected to "pick it up on the street" just as their elder colleagues did. That can work, but with The Marketing Glossary on their shelf, they will be well ahead of the game.
Among the many appealing aspects of Clemente's book is the lucidity of his prose. When attempting to find out what a GRP is, unsuspecting marketers will often be confronted with a turgid definition written by a media professional, replete with brain-numbing formulae. By contrast, Clemente lays it out nicely:
"Gross rating point (G.R.P.) A measurement of audience size (viewership or listenership) to quantify a medium's ability to reach a target audience. G.R.P.s estimate the number of people a communication will reach, irrespective of audience duplication. G.R.P.s are stated in terms of percentage: each G.R.P. represents 1% of the people or households tuned to a TV program (as compared to the total number of TV sets in the market being studied). G.R.P.s are calculated by multiplying the total reach of the media schedule by its frequency. Thus, the product of reach and frequency expresses the gross duplicated percentage of audience that would be reached by the advertising vehicle."
Where was this book when I started out in the business? (And if you want to know what a "heavy up" is, you'll have to buy the book.)
On occasion, there are some curious omissions. Anyone who works on a consumer packaged goods account will undoubtedly come across the term "slotting fee." Alas, that is nowhere to be found in The Marketing Glossary.
Understandably it would be nearly impossible to include every single bit of cant that might come up in the course of a marketing career, but Clemente does an outstanding job of aggregating the most important words. More importantly, the Glossary is up-to-date and includes the latest online slang. This will undoubtedly appeal to some of the senior marketers who still find the whole "Internet thing" confusing.
Finally, The Marketing Glossary is also available as an e-book. Just buy the PDF and keep it on your laptop. Imagine the points you can score in meetings with all that knowledge at your fingertips.
The reviewer: Jonathan Jackson is an independent consultant based in New York City. He has written extensively on internet advertising and e-mail marketing since the inception of the internet. A frequent guest speaker, Jonathan has addressed global audiences on marketing and advertising topics and also teaches marketing at colleges around the world.
Cordaron
Starting out in business is difficult enough without having to then build a full-fledged marketing and advertising department. With buying product and stocking inventory, and running the business, I just didnt have the time or know-how to deal with the positioning, targeting, and awareness campaigns to take my business to the next level. Enter THE MARKETING GLOSSARY (the CD version)in a new and cutting edge form. Just having the disk on my desktop saved me the cost of a marketing manager and the embarassment of not having a formal MBA in marketing. It's lightning fast and real easy to move from term to term and back again. It gave me my basic training within a week. Since then, any time I'm on the phone with a client or vendor and they speak about reach, frequency, semantic differential, or A.B.A. (no not the American Bar Association), I am no longer struggling to keep up. All my employees have a copy on their desktop as well. And the information provided isn't one word quips - these are jargon-free, detailed explanations that allow me to zoom between sections faster than a paper glossary would allow me. This is like a marketing degree in a jewel case. Great tool. I strongly recommend this tool to anyone starting in or attempting to maintain a successful business.
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