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Agile marketers and smart automation will come together to power the messaging and experiences it takes to convert in upended markets.
This means that email marketers will be able to work a lot smarter in their efforts to increase conversions and reduce the number of people who unsubscribe.
Today, Bose is one of the leading audio companies, with products ranging from wireless sport earbuds, portable speakers, smart speakers, noise-canceling headphones and other audio equipment.
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The righty will be 37 next spring and just finished a two-year, $19 million contract that looked smart once Sánchez surged through the back half of 2019 and almost threw a no-hitter in the National League Championship Series.
The move was probably smart considering the Steelers’ kicking problems — Chris Boswell missed one extra point and had another blocked.
As he neared the sideline and couldn’t find anyone open, Tagovailoa appeared to throw the ball away, which would have been the smart move, except that he almost threw it into the arms of Arizona safety Jalen Thompson.
For one thing, separating out the “games” and “media” portions of the machine is a smart move.
Exciting as it is to un-extinct species from a car window or keep hope alive for a miracle in next year’s prairie mud, what plants really need from humans is less drama and more smart planning.
People in every department are smart, skilled, and easy to respect.
A new contract with the company was sidelined in September after the City Council defunded the smart streetlights program.

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