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Term Definition

Margin is the percentage by which sales revenue exceeds costs.

1. Margin: Often used in business to refer to the difference between the revenue generated and the cost of production, sales, and other expenses. Different types of margins exist, including:

  • Profit margin: The percentage of revenue remaining after all expenses are deducted.
  • Contribution margin: The profit generated per unit of product or service sold.
  • Gross margin: The difference between revenue and the cost of goods sold.

2. Margins in Advertising:

  • Bid margins: The buffer advertisers set between their minimum and maximum bids in online advertising platforms.
  • Agency margins: The percentage of revenue an advertising agency keeps as its commission for managing client campaigns.

3. Margin Trading: A financial strategy involving borrowing money or securities to purchase assets, aiming to profit from price movements within a set timeframe.

4. French or German Context:

  • In French and German, "marge" and "Margine" respectively translate to "margin" with similar meanings as mentioned above. If you encountered the term in these languages, its likely referring to the business or financial concept of profit margins.

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Synonyms: Profit