Definition of mindshare in English:

mindshare

Syllabification: mind·share
Pronunciation: /ˈmīn(d)SHer
 
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noun

Relative public awareness of a phenomenon: the need to compete for mindshare from an audience with a short attention span
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  • Instead, VD is likely to compete on the strength of the Virgin brand and the mindshare it has among music buyers, thanks to the Virgin Megastore chain.
  • But remaining in a holding pattern will only allow AMD to eat away at both mindshare and market share.
  • The various groups all hate each other and struggle internally for the mindshare of the Palestinian people and for financial support from the broader Islamic world.

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