Is it ‘Marketer’ or ‘Marketeer’?
The eternal debate among Market*rs
I am working on a new series of articles called:
What a Market**r can learn from X?
Since I have to pick which way of Market*r to use. Also being a Market*r myself I need to decide how do I want to be called. This is a real “Social Dilemma”
I started the research and this is what I’ve discovered:
According to Cambridge:
A person or company that markets goods (= makes them available in a way that encourages people to buy them, for example by advertising):
someone who works in marketing
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marketer meaning: 1. a person or company that markets goods (= makes them available in a way that encourages people…
According to Collins
someone whose job involves marketing.
is the same as a marketer.
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Marketer definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
Marketer definition: A marketer is someone whose job involves marketing . | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and…
I’ve searched on LinkedIn what term is more common.
Marketeer: About 286,000 results
Marketer: About 883,000 results
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Investigations done by others
Also other people run some investigations and they landed on Marketer.
So the winner is Marketer.
'Marketer' or 'Marketeer'? We finally have the answer!
well, sort of. I've been working with marketing professionals a long time now, and no-one ever seems too sure which is…