Thesaurus / eyeball


As Packer said about dashboards as an easier entry, that’s more eyeballs on sponsored products without the NHL cost.WOMEN’S HOCKEY IS SEEING A SPONSORSHIP BOOMMARISA INGEMIJANUARY 26, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The smartest buyers are learning CTV can be about much more than chasing eyeballs.FOUR BIG CONNECTIONS EVERY CONNECTED TV BUYER NEEDS TO START MAKINGSAMSUNG ADSJANUARY 18, 2021DIGIDAY
It has forced them to get creative and lean on the wealth of knowledge they have about consumers to create original, flashy, engaging, and attention-grabbing content that draws eyeballs.WHAT A CHAOTIC DIGITAL MEDIA LANDSCAPE MEANS FOR ADVERTISERS AS 2020 ENDSADAM ORTMANDECEMBER 31, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
They work by changing how light enters the eyeball, preventing the conditions that cause myopia to progress.FIVE GOOD-NEWS HEALTH STORIES FROM THIS PAST YEARKAT ESCHNERDECEMBER 24, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
For example, Google has made several changes that keep eyeballs on their own results pages instead of diverting that traffic to other websites.THE RISE OF EXPERIENCE-DRIVEN IMMERSIVE CONTENTCEROSDECEMBER 6, 2020DIGIDAY
Contacts that slow myopiaMyopia, or near-sightedness, occurs when a person’s eyeballs extend too far out of the socket, which makes it difficult for incoming light to focus on the retina.THE 9 TOP HEALTH AND MEDICINE BREAKTHROUGHS OF 2020CLAIRE MALDARELLIDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
But thou art silent, And from thine eyeball flames contemptuous anger.THE DEATH OF BALDERJOHANNES EWALD
They had a secret iv rasslin' be which a Jap rassler cud blow on his opponent's eyeball an' break his ankle.MR. DOOLEY SAYSFINLEY DUNNE
Here the radium rays had acted upon the eyeball through the bones of the head.THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME XXVII, JANUARY 1904, NO. 157VARIOUS
My heart was in my mouth, for at first I believed from his expression that he had detected the gleam of my eyeball.THE MOON METALGARRETT P. SERVISS


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