BANT stands for Budget, Authority, Need and Timing. It is a key factor in any successful marketing or sales campaign, as it helps determine whether a person or organization is actually a potential customer, and if so, what type of marketing or sales approach would best be used to reach that customer.
Quality controls are an aspect of quality management which focuses on the monitoring and assessment of product or service quality throughout a business's various processes. Quality control is concerned with monitoring and maintaining the quality of finished products and service standards, in order to ensure that they meet customer needs and expectations.
Quality creep is a phenomenon in which customer expectations, quality standards, and product or service features tend to increase over time, either through the development of new products or services, or due to customer feedback or suggestions. This can be an issue for businesses, as it means they must continually work harder to ensure that their products and services meet customers' ever-growing expectations.
Revenue share is a marketing technique that allows advertisers to generate revenue from sales made by using a particular affiliate. It works by the advertiser or product creator, also known as the vendor, offering a certain percentage of the total sale price to the affiliate for sending traffic or customers to their website.