Thesaurus / postpone


We need to give the option to postpone military service to those whose career peaks in their 20s.

The event, which was to be held this year, has been postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus—and may not be held at all.

Not only has the tool allowed those execs on the account to make faster and more informed decisions about when to replace, postpone, cancel and renegotiate ad dollars with media owners, it’s also spread those jobs across more of the team.

Protests by members of the Kumeyaay Nation have been postponing construction of a portion of the border wall in East County since the end of June.

Back in March, at the beginning of enforced lockdown, publishers, advertisers and conference companies assumed the fall would be stacked with postponed in-person events.

By the end of May, an estimated half a million elective surgeries in the country had been postponed.

When major sports paused or postponed their seasons in March, most advertisers sat on the money they had set aside and waited to spend it once games resumed.

Many brands have postponed projects, cut spending, or, in an effort to conserve cash, are paying agencies late.

If you’re looking for a point where you can start, you can postpone getting into behavioral segmentation and other advanced analytics, and follow a strategy that can yield great results on a shoestring budget.

Thus, even though now many advertisers are forced to close their brick-and-mortar stores and postpone their ad budgets, more than a quarter of them plan to launch new campaigns as traffic across CTV medium peaks.


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