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mindshare

/ (ˈmaɪndˌʃɛə) /
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noun

the level of awareness in the minds of consumers that a particular product commands

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Example sentences from the Web for mindshare

  • Instead, the entire publishing pie can grow as books regain mindshare and embrace new ways to attract readers.

    Will the Book Survive?|David "Skip" Prichard|July 28, 2010|DAILY BEAST
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