positioned, past tense; positioned, past participle; positions, 3rd person singular present; positioning, present participle;
Put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way
he pulled out a chair and positioned it between them
she positioned herself on a bench
Promote (a product, service, or business) within a particular sector of a market, or as the fulfillment of that sector's specific requirements
a comprehensive development plan that will position the city as a major economic force in the region
Portray or regard (someone) as a particular type of person
I had positioned her as my antagonist
(positioning) aligning: causing to fall into line or into position
(positioning) placement: the act of putting something in a certain place
(Positioning (telecommunications)) Mobile positioningrefers to technology used by telecommunication companies to approximate the location of a mobile phone, and thereby also its user. Strictly speaking the term applies more to a locating process than a positioning process. ...
(Positioning(marketing)) In marketing, positioning has come to mean the process by which marketers try to create an image or identity in the minds of their target market for its product, brand, or organization.
(positioning) Ferrying aircraft for departure from other than originating airport. (Also for return.)
(Positioning) Search engines and directories order web sites so that the most relevant web sites appear first in search engine results for a particular query. This process is called search engine positioning. ...
(Positioning) Deciding where a product fits in, and how it should be placed and perceived, in relation to its competitors. Positioning maps are models where a number of variables can be used to compare one company’s product to its competitors e.g. High Cost – Low Cost vs. High Quality – Low Quality
(Positioning) The way a baby is held or situated when breastfeeding. There are many different kinds of breastfeeding positions. See Breastfeeding Positions at a Glance for more information.
(positioning) The design and implementation of a retail mix to create in the customer’s mind an image of the retailer relative to its competitors. Also called brand building.
(Positioning) Customers perception of the product offer relative to competitors.
(Positioning) Constructing the image of an operation for a target market through careful planning of all operational aspects (price, quality of roasted coffee, serving quality).
(Positioning) The central benefit of a market offering in the minds of target buyers.
(Positioning) the process of moving an aircraft from one position to another.
(63. Positioning) A product’s image in relation to directly competitive products as well as other products marketed by the same company. Alternatively, a firm’s strategies and actions related to favourably distinguishing itself from competitors in the minds of selected groups of consumers. ...
(POSITIONING) How you set up your product or service to be mentally perceived by your prospect. The term originally came from a legendary marketing book called, Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind by Al Ries and Jack Trout. ...
(POSITIONING) “QUALITY IS THE MUST YOU CAN DEMAND BUT WE ARE THE ONE WHO PROVIDES .”
(Positioning) A company plan that projects an image relative to its product category and its competitors, and elicits responses to that image.
(Positioning) A marketing term used to describe the process of advertising a business relative to its competition.
(Positioning) Designing a practice environment so that it is attractive to the market that you are targeting, then developing a strategy and tactics that informs patients of your unique capabilities and how the practice meets their specific needs.
(Positioning) Determination of the geographical position of something. ^
(Positioning) Developing an overall image for a product or brand by designing a marketing program, including the product mix, that a segment's customers will perceive as desirable.
(Positioning) GPS receiver determines the latitude, longitude and altitude of the current location of the receiver's antenna.
(Positioning) How your audience perceives and feels about the behavior change and associated benefits, products and services you are offering in relation to competing behaviors, products and services. ...
(Positioning) Marketing efforts aimed at defining a product or company in the consumer's mind.
(Positioning) Moving of empty equipment from surplus areas to deficient areas.