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Additionally, this could have serious implications on which products brands can run as deals, given Amazon’s traditional requirements that the advertised deal price must be the lowest price in a certain number of trailing days.
That means much of the brain trust for the American textile industry—the Manufacturing Solutions Center’s website advertises “300 years of textile experience”—got its training in private-sector jobs that no longer exist in the United States.
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If you’re just starting to advertise in a region that’s not familiar with your brand, you can often expect higher CPAs.
Some blogs advertise a specific price for getting a backlink on their website.
Now, as it’s become increasingly clear that any return to whatever “normal” may be won’t happen this fall, marketers are working to figure out how to continue to advertise amid continued uncertainty and fallout due to the virus.
If you find that what your customers are looking for is not what you advertise, it’s a clear sign you should improve it.
Okay, it may not come as a shock to you that meetings do not always serve their advertised purpose.
He seems to think you ought to advertise your steam-engines for thrashing; indeed, I think so too.
She was furthermore attired in an old Paisley shawl belonging to her grandmother—what better way to advertise a grandmother?
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