- v. transitive To market again.
- re- + market (Wiktionary)
“Of course, using that to 'remarket' to users who leave the site will drive conversion with little waste and will focus on the right folks from the sales funnel.”
“It's a platform to build ongoing relationships and "remarket" to your customers, as Facebook says in some of their own marketing copy.”
“National Semi to pay higher rates on $1. 5B loan to ease covenants Google pays $6. 3M worth of bonuses to execs who collectively sold $60M worth of stock last year Actel extends board nominations deadline a third time at shareholder's request Palm results to be much worse than expected; may 'remarket' some of Elevation's stake Good ole HP'er: Been with hp for years.”
“Actel extends board nominations deadline a third time at shareholder's request Palm results to be much worse than expected; may 'remarket' some of Elevation's stake Solar M&A Today”
“Treasury, Citi has elected to remarket the entirety of the trust preferred securities held by the Treasury.”
“The carrier said it intends to work with Brazil's Embraer SA to remarket the 25 airplanes to other airlines or leasing companies.”
“It really is a place that relies on the past so much even as it tries to reinvent and remarket itself.”
“Start-up Foursquare hopes to increase its revenue with a series of pacts to remarket daily coupon deals.”
“Now, the service, which lets users announce their location to friends by "checking in" at bars, restaurants and other venues via cellphone, hopes to ease its revenue problem with a series of pacts to remarket daily coupon deals from LivingSocial, Gilt Groupe and AT&T Inc. to its 10 million users.”
“Legislators pushed for the private management company because lottery revenue had been stagnant for some time and "state bureaucracy is not ... in the best position to actively try to remarket the lottery," said Rikeesha Phelon, spokeswoman for Senate President John Cullerton.”
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