Thesaurus / buy


The craft of buying campaigns is going offshore as the platforms continue to automate the process around ad buys.
Last month Goldman Sachs had listed its stock as a good buy, in the expectation that the company will rebound this year and catch up with the other oil majors that had been faring better on the market.
Second, terms mentioning keywords such as “price” or “discount” are strong signals of buy intent, you should bundle them together.
A lot of these, you know, so-called meme stocks were, you know, going viral on social media, and people were people are joining Robinhood and there was a lot of net buy activity on them.
Her campaign paid $656,000 for advertising, polling, media buys and other services to a company called Neighborhood Research and Media, according to Federal Election Commission reports.
For items that can’t be touched or seen in a storefront, photos and reviews and detailed descriptions can help consumers be more confident in their online buys, and reduce returns.
Second, those mentioning keywords such as “price” or “discount” are strong signals of buy intent.
Creditas has plans to use the cash to expand its home and auto lending as well as a payday lending service based on customers’ salaries and a retail option to sell through buy now, pay later loans based on a customer’s salary.
Device type and buy options also drive content commerce outcomesAt Group Nine, more than 90 percent of its audience engages with content on mobile.
Perdue said in May he would divest from his holdings after scrutiny over his coronavirus-related buys.


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