marketing cost

  1. the cost of marketing (e.g., the cost of transferring title and moving goods to the customer)
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How To Use marketing cost In A Sentence

  • Marketing costs have grown exponentially.
  • The company says that on an annualised basis it will reduce sales and marketing costs by £15 million a year.
  • Analysts said they expect domestic mobile operators to see weaker earnings in the quarters to come due to higher marketing costs as carriers jostle for market share in the ultra-fast network segment. KT Corp's Net Profit Rises
  • ‘With marketing costs spiralling every year, studios increasingly have both economic and psychological incentives to keep their stinkers in the closet,’ he explained.
  • Whether you call the discounted goods or services sold, and Groupon's cut, a marketing cost or a loss leader, this is hardly uncharted water. - Top Stories
  • Indeed, once storage costs are deducted from overall marketing costs, merchant capital is able to charge a small but positive markup.
  • In the case of AOL, marketing costs were capitalised for years - a highly liberal and unusual accounting practice.
  • Their marketing costs and other overheads are negligible, so getting their sound into the shops is very cheap.
  • By relying on mystique and word-of-mouth, whether here or overseas, the company saves a bundle on marketing costs.
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