Long Tail

In a power law distribution, the "long tail" is a wide area with a large number of occurrences far from the "head" or tallest part of the distribution. The term was popularized by Chris Anderson.

The "Long Tail Economy" refers to the needs of millions of extremely niche customer requirements: economic activity that is too specific and complex to be fulfilled by large companies, but well suited to very small businesses.

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