Did you by any chance mean milkshake?
- From mind + share. (Wiktionary)
“(Im not counting taxi rides to airport which come out of my pocket money) You win and lose one customer at a time and in an early stage market, winning mindshare is important.”
“Busy trying to gain mindshare among their competitors when, instead, they could have been working hard to invent fundamentally different rules for the new medium.”
“From this perspective, the most suitable metrics are those that try to capture the notion of "mindshare" - subscriptions/circulation, exposures/pageviews, reach, search engine rankings, citations, inbound links, mail-tos etc.”
“The bottom line is that if you’re feeling really passionate about what you’re saying, you’re going to produce the type of posts necessary to gain mindshare in your industry.”
“Any model can work as long as it can create value and capture mindshare, which is what Netflix and Ebay has proven over and over again. reply emre”
“Ideally that will trigger something like a national "mindshare" project, producing citizen-created reports that could shed light on the events of the past and stimulate a broader debate about the future - without costing the government a penny.”
“That will hopefully trigger something like a national "mindshare" project, producing citizen-created reports that could shed light on the events of the past and stimulate a broader debate about the future - without costing the government a penny.”
“First, HP can reinvigorate Palm's "mindshare" among those making apps for handheld devices.”
“About half are in marketing and communications, trying to win "mindshare" by convincing people and governments from Chicago to Beijing that stealing software is a real crime.”
“In pursuit of much-ballyhooed "mindshare," it tried to open everywhere at once.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘mindshare’.
DISTRACT, STARE, CONSUME
Entries from the corporate hall of shame. (There are many wordie versions of this list - please link to yours in the comments section - thanks!)
these words were overused during the web 1.0 frenzy period. unfortunately, many marketers with nothing better to say continue to use them lazily, giving copywriters a bad name and people who buy te...
If I could burn words, I would burn these. ;P
Looking for tweets for mindshare.