Marketing Glossary

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Standard Industrial Classification. An extensive hierarchical structure of codes defined by the U.S. Department of Commerce to categorize companies based on their industries.
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Weighting advertising activity towards a particular market segment.
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Social Marketing
Marketing that attempts to induce social change by advocating or reinforcing attitudes or behaviors toward a cause that does not directly benefit the sponsoring organization.
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Sociocultural Forces
The influences in a society and its culture(s) that change people's attitudes, beliefs norms customs and lifestyles.
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Student at Kaplan University Business Science Course
The use of e-mail systems to send large volumes of unsolicited e-mail to lists of e-mail addresses compiled without the recipients' consent. Spam is generally viewed negatively and is illegal in some jurisdictions.
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Split Run Test
Two or more different versions of an ad that are run in different copies of the same publication (i.e. in the same issue of one publication, person "A" sees one version of the ad while person "B" sees another) to test the relative effectiveness of each version.
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Funding a major event or organization (typically a charitable organization) in return for the publicity value hat will be received by having the sponsoring organization's name associated with the sponsored event/organization. Hopefully, that brand association will prominent in all marketing literature and on-site signage at the event/organization, but that prominence will likely depend on how many dollars are put into the sponsorship.
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Spot Color
Color used to empasize an area of an otherwise black-and-white print piece.
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Advertising that runs across two contiguous pages of a publication.
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A series of (usually rough) illustrations that depict the flow and appearance of a planned television commercial or other live-action or animated production.
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An advertising enclosure that is included in another media, such as in a newspaper, invoice mailings, merchandise packages, etc.
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