/mar’k*-troyd/ (Or “marketing slime”, “marketeer”, “marketing droid”, “marketdroid”) A member of a company’s marketing department, especially one who promises users that the next version of a product will have features that are not actually scheduled for inclusion, are extremely difficult to implement, and/or are in violation of the laws of physics; and/or one who describes existing features (and misfeatures) in ebullient, buzzword-laden adspeak. Derogatory.
noun, Economics. 1. the specific percentage of total industry sales of a particular product achieved by a single company in a given period of time. noun 1. the percentage of a total market, in terms of either value or volume, accounted for by the sales of a specific brand
- Market segment
noun 1. a part of a market identifiable as having particular customers with specific buying characteristics
noun commerce conducted via the Internet; a virtual marketplace; also called electronic marketspace Word Origin 1994
verb 1. (transitive) to put (a section of a public-sector enterprise) out to tender, often as a prelude to full-scale privatization