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sweet spot

Sport the centre area of a racquet, golf club, etc., from which the cleanest shots are made

sweet spot

(1) An optimum combination of characteristics and qualities. As a result, the product is the most efficient, useful or popular, or even the most lucrative one in the line. See also SuiteSpot.

(2) The optimum seating location for listening to stereo, surround sound audio or viewing 3D TV. See 10-foot user interface and 3D TV.
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June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Prompted by the all too prevalent sense of devastation and loss encountered in today's world, Connecticut author Mary O'Connor is establishing a Sweet Spots in Glass Awards program.
In the 18th century, European mathematicians Leonhard Euler and Joseph-Louis Lagrange discovered that in this rotating frame there are five gravitational sweet spots, now called Lagrange points.
There's only one sweet spot at the low end and that's where the lowest of the low resides--until it's knocked off by the next bottom-fisher.
In computer simulations, the researchers found that debris could have collected at either L4 or L5 into a Mars-size protoplanet and then been nudged away from its sweet spot by other gravitational pulls.
Mid' is actually bigger when it comes to the all-important hitting surface or sweet spot.
Fathom has been highly successful in helping companies of all types identify marketers' true sweet spots for turning clicks into customers.
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Within the context of the Five Ps, Wingo delivers ten proven strategies for sellers to maximize their eBay business, including "Knowing Your Critical eBay Vitals: Gross Merchandise Sales (GMS), Average Sales Price (ASP), Conversion Rate (CR) and Margin," "Understanding the eBay Sweet Spots," and "Building an eBay Brand.
In "VoIP Finds Its Sweet Spots - You May Be Surprised Where," Connecticut Research finds that some VoIP applications have successfully transitioned from "technology push" to a "market demand pull" environment driven by every marketer's dream: a wildfire of word-of-mouth sales and customer referrals.