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noun as in faithfulness, dependability
Oshinsky said that open rates were the initial metric that BuzzFeed tracked when launching courses, but later that transitioned to measuring loyalty — the percentage of the audience that opened all of the emails throughout the series.
Voters tend to not like blind loyalty, and prefer representatives who are willing to compromise with the opposition party.
That includes data such as hashed email addresses or loyalty card information, which is privacy-protected, Clarken told Digiday.
Election officials today disqualified a dozen pro-democracy candidates from running in September’s legislative elections, effectively signalling that only those pledging blind loyalty to the state will be allowed to run for a seat.
He added that most people create their brand loyalties when they are 18-years-old.
For instance, Best Buy has over 40 million members in its customer loyalty program, Reward Zone.
What is it about villains/anti-heroes that inspires such fan loyalty?
At that age I had little leverage other than work ethic, intense loyalty to the president, and the strength of my ideas.
Joe Biden and John McCain professed undying love and loyalty for each other, even though, as Biden noted, “I drive him crazy.”
Baghdadi accepted the various loyalty oaths three days later in an audio message released on Nov. 13.
It was a great thing to see the future King and Queen of England, and our loyalty and enthusiasm knew no bounds.
Felipe's phrase was like one inspired; another duty, another work, another loyalty, waiting for Ramona.
Their obstreperous loyalty might seem inconsistent with this unideal character, but it is only seeming.
Well, to steer a middle course between my duty to my force and my loyalty to K. is not so simple as it might seem.
The fervor of an Englishman's loyalty is usually in a direct ratio with the extent of his material possessions.
On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loyalty, such as: adherence, allegiance, devotion, faith, fealty, and fidelity.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.