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Lasting, another app, offers personalized counseling for married couples.

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In fact, Instapage reported that personalized email marketing generates a median ROI of 122 percent.

Thompson said Bluestem had been successful with personalizing their homepage based on a shopper’s previous behaviors, so they’re shown products they’ve demonstrated their interest in.

It’s useful for anyone on your list—plus it’s available in a fun range of six colors, so you can personalize to their taste.

YouTube Music is taking another cue from Spotify with today’s launch of a set of personalized playlists that are essentially YouTube Music’s own take on Spotify’s “Daily Mixes.”

Though the designers have markedly different aesthetics, both articulate how intrinsic personalization is to the process.

According to Schober, this personalization process began way back in 1985 with the terminology itself.

As AOL evolved, this ethos of personalization began to permeate the entire user experience.

The doctrine of the Incarnation, which underlies the whole Christian life, is really the doctrine of the personalization of love.

But of this conception of faith in God as the personalization of the universe we shall have more to say presently.

The 'All-Father' idea certainly evolves from the personalization of the sky.

We believe in a person and in God in so far as He is a person and a personalization of the Universe.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to personalization, such as: apotheosis, archetype, cast, collection, comprehension, and conformation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.