brandwidth

/'brændwɪdθ/ noun
the amount of customer recognition which a brand enjoys

Marketing dictionary in english. 2015.

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  • brandalism — (BRAN.duh.liz.um) n. The defacement of public buildings and spaces by corporate ads, logos, and other forms of branding (brand + vandalism). Example Citation: Brandalism [is] the creeping corporatisation of schools, libraries and other public… …   New words

  • brandscape — (BRAND.skayp) n. The brand landscape; the expanse of brands and brand related items (logos, ads, and so on) within a culture or market. Example Citations: Marketing scholars such as John Sherry of Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. and… …   New words

  • genericide — (juh.NAYR.uh.syd) n. The process by which a brand name becomes a generic name for an entire product category. Example Citation: And since we re talking trademark trivia here, be advised that heroin, zipper, aspirin, escalator, granola, yo yo and… …   New words

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  • permission marketing — n. A form of marketing where the marketer asks the consumer for permission to send them targeted ads based on personal data supplied by the consumer. Example Citation: A recent Vanderbilt University analysis of consumer responses . . . reported… …   New words

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