Definition of telemarketing in English:

telemarketing

Pronunciation /ˈteləˌmärkədiNG/ /ˈtɛləˌmɑrkədɪŋ/

Translate telemarketing into Spanish

noun

  • The marketing of goods or services by means of telephone calls, typically unsolicited, to potential customers.

    ‘It has voicemail, cordless phone ability and extra call centre features that enable telemarketing and a customer service centre.’
    • ‘There are four basic direct marketing media available: direct mail, telemarketing, mass media, and interactive media.’
    • ‘We're not going to do any kind of outbound marketing or telemarketing or promotions.’
    • ‘Very few brands have been built by relying solely on direct mail or telemarketing.’
    • ‘Campaigns might also try to obtain e-mail addresses through direct mail programs and telemarketing.’
    • ‘The new unit will provide inbound and outbound telemarketing service to companies across all industries in Europe and the US.’
    • ‘He notes that the company uses basic sales and marketing methods such as focus groups and telemarketing.’
    • ‘Direct mail and telemarketing will always play a vital role in campaigning and fundraising.’
    • ‘The ideal situation would be to have a market in telemarketing.’
    • ‘Some of the practices common in the early days of telemarketing gave our industry a bad name.’
    • ‘Unlike other forms of direct marketing, such as junk mail or telemarketing, spam should be considered a threat.’
    • ‘The government opened its national registry allowing consumers to block telemarketing calls.’
    • ‘So many services are being outsourced, from telemarketing to website design to Internet scamming.’
    • ‘The vast bulk of telemarketing calls are made by institutions to existing customers, either to suggest a new product to them or to seek opinions for a survey.’
    • ‘More to the point, however, is that I used to run a marketing department and I've done some telemarketing.’
    • ‘Many of them have converted existing space into call centres, mainly for telemarketing to the US.’
    • ‘Plenty of telemarketing territory is untouched by recent regulatory efforts.’
    • ‘Strangers may try to take advantage of lonely seniors through telemarketing scams.’
    • ‘Although political telemarketing may be popular in the US, it's a marketing method generally despised in New Zealand.’
    • ‘Has telemarketing in New Zealand reached saturation point yet?’