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  • M

    marketing encyclopedia

    A marketing encyclopedia is an application with an online interface to a database of information that a sales person might want to help a customer make a purchase decision.

  • marketing stack

    A marketing stack, also called a marketing technology stack, is a collection of technologies used by marketers to perform, analyze and improve their services.

  • marketing-qualified lead (MQL)

    A marketing-qualified lead (MQL) is a website visitor whose engagement levels indicate that he is likely to become a customer. 

  • Marketo Certified Associate

    A Marketo Certified Associate (MCA) is a person certified by Marketo to have the necessary skills to set up basic email marketing initiatives and report on program success.

  • martech (marketing technology)

    Martech is the area of customer relationship management (CRM) concerned with creating, managing and using digital tools that make it possible for marketers to automate tasks and make data-driven decisions.

  • masthead

    On the Internet, a masthead is a graphic image or text title at the top of a Web page that identifies the Web site and, sometimes, the particular section of the site.

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365

    Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based business applications platform that combines components of customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP), along with productivity applications and artificial intelligence tools.

  • mindshare (share of mind)

    Mindshare, also known as share of mind, is an approach to marketing that involves attempting to make a company, brand or product the first one that comes to mind when a customer thinks of a particular market.

  • mobile CRM (mobile customer relationship management)

    Mobile CRM (mobile customer relationship management) enables remote employees to access customer data and customer accounts wherever they are.

  • moment of truth (marketing MOT)

    A moment of truth is marketing lingo for any opportunity a customer (or potential customer) has to form an impression about a company, brand, product or service.

  • multichannel marketing

    Multichannel marketing is the practice of businesses interacting with their customers through many different channels, meeting customers on the platforms that they prefer to use.

  • mystery shopping software

    Mystery shopping software is a type of ERP tool that helps organizations manage and observe all components of a mystery shopping program.

  • N

    nagware (annoyware)

    On the Web, nagware (sometimes called "annoyware") is programming that presents the user with one or more pop-up windows or alerts when an application is launched or closed (sometimes both), reminding the user to register, purchase the application, or take some other action.

  • needs assessment

    A needs assessment is an exercise that identifies the difference between a current condition/state and the desired condition/state. Improvements can then be made to improve performance or fix a deficiency.

  • Net Promoter Score (NPS)

    Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a metric for assessing customer loyalty for a company's brand, products or services.

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