the extent to which a person's or entity's name is familiar with the general public, esp. a celebrity, politician, author, company, etc.
Name recognition depends mainly on marketing.
Even those who think highly of Mizeur as a candidate think that name recognition alone will be enough to doom her chances.
But he also benefited tremendously from name recognition, superior fundraising, and preexisting support within the GOP.
In an industry where name recognition matters, Mario Kart has undeniable clout.
Cain still lags in name recognition, though, at 55 percent among Republicans.
Perhaps by the end of The Killing's run, that pesky problem of name recognition will be solved.
Already, she has name recognition and has established a brand that says “quality.”
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro still has to work on his name recognition.
The incumbent gets the benefit of name recognition and ribbon-cutting opportunities; the challenger gets the benefit of vagueness.
Two other centrists with name recognition, Tzipi Livni and Ehud Olmert, are still weighing whether to enter the race.
The influence of “name recognition” and the power of being a celebrity work in Israel.