Positioning

Positioning,

Definition of Positioning:

  1. The extent to which an investor, dealer, or speculator has made a commitment in the market by buying or selling securities.

  2. Put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way.

  3. A persons point of view or attitude towards something.

  4. A proposition laid down or asserted; a tenet or assertion.

  5. A particular way in which someone or something is placed or arranged.

  6. A situation, especially as it affects ones power to act.

  7. A marketing strategy that aims to make a brand occupy a distinct position, relative to competing brands, in the mind of the customer. Companies apply this strategy either by emphasizing the distinguishing features of their brand (what it is, what it does and how, etc.) or they may try to create a suitable image (inexpensive or premium, utilitarian or luxurious, entry-level or high-end, etc.) through advertising. Once a brand is positioned, it is very difficult to reposition it without destroying its credibility. Also called product positioning.

  8. A place where someone or something is located or has been put.

Synonyms of Positioning

Allocation, Assignment, Collocation, Deployment, Deposit, Deposition, Disposition, Emplacement, Lading, Loading, Localization, Locating, Location, Packing, Pinpointing, Placement, Placing, Posting, Putting, Reposition, Situation, Spotting, Stationing, Storage, Stowage, Argument, Claim, Plea, Submission, Allegation, Location, Place, Situation, Spot, Site, Locality, Locale, Scene, Setting, Area, Point, Situation, State, Condition, Circumstances, Set of circumstances, State of affairs, Case, Point of view, Viewpoint, Opinion, Way of thinking, Outlook, Attitude, Stand, Standpoint, Stance, Posture, Angle, Perspective, Approach, Slant, Thinking, Policy, Thoughts, Ideas, Sentiments, Feelings, Posture, Stance, Attitude, Pose, Put, Place, Locate, Situate, Set, Site, Stand, Station

How to use Positioning in a sentence?

  1. Traders were covering short positions.
  2. He moved himself into a reclining position.
  3. The companys financial position is grim.
  4. The partys position on abortion.
  5. The distress call had given the ships position.
  6. He pulled out a chair and positioned it between them.
  7. I thought their defensive positioning was really good and it allowed us to try new strategies on offense to penetrate their defense.
  8. The first is that inconsistency is readily avoided by a little care in the formulation of the sceptical position.
  9. The positioning of our firm in respect to the other market players was of an optimal location for future success.
  10. The company knew they would never beat Apple but they felt confident that launching the new line of phone with these innovative features would effectively be positioning them at number two.

Meaning of Positioning & Positioning Definition