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Flatly put, people prefer and trust organic links over paid ads.
Most coyotes — even ones that live in cities — prefer wild prey, he says.
When we brought you the new taste of Coke, we knew that millions would prefer it.
Euclid doesn’t even name the Pythagorean Theorem we all learn in school after Pythagoras, preferring just to state it plainly.
Analysts says Beijing preferred to partner the Pakistan military to guarantee projects are completed, bypassing the democratically elected federal and state governments.
During my parents’ generation, the tradition of nixtamal was lost because they didn’t have time, and would prefer buying tamales instead of making them at home.
According to Zelle, 80% of newlyweds would prefer to have money as their wedding gift.
Knox says that Super Coffee has had success converting such customers, but that some brands may prefer to focus on category keywords and consumers who are just browsing the field generally.
World video advertising trends tipped marketers off that people prefer brands that appreciate their time.
It was never a secret that Google prefers fresh content in its search engine results pages.

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