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- n. Marketing where the goal is reducing the demand for goods or services.
- v. Present participle of demarket.
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In the past two years, Krause has pestered two of B. C.'s environmental demigods, David Suzuki and Alexandra Morton, to detail the extent of the funding their foundations have accepted to take part in a "demarketing" campaign that demonizes fish farms and coincidentally benefits Alaska and Washington interests.
Finding and increasing demand, also changing or reducing demand, as in demarketing.
All the tinkering has the effect of demarketing the game.