1.n. All the people who can be reached by the transport and communications infrastructure within a given territory. The concept emerged when industrial methods started producing on a large scale: see Fordism.
2.n. Potential purchasers of mass-produced goods who constitute a substantial proportion of the population.
3.adj. A pejorative reference to goods made for the ‘lowest common denominator’. Mass marketing is a monolithic approach to marketing where consumers and products are treated as homogeneous entities. Compare micromarketing; niche market.
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