best-selling

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best-selling

  1. In marketing, highly popular with consumers purchasing goods within a specific class.

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In marketing, the phrase "best-selling" is frequently used as a stand in for directly asserting the quality of the good; because of the value of such a designation, marketers often invent a class with narrow characteristics in order to describe a product as the best-selling in its class, even though other products with subtle differences may achieve far greater sales.

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