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When this metric shows growth, that means the app is getting more traction.
So, while you’re gaining traction, building SEO, and working your way to the top, you may need to take a different approach.
It’s an offering that’s predictably gained traction among middle-class and lower income earners who typically found access to credit through traditional banks out of reach.
Kershaw’s playoff struggles gained narrative traction, never mind that six of his eight outings over the three postseasons were quality starts, but the Dodgers asked more of him than a team with a quarter-billion-dollar budget had any business doing.
It’ll take time and effort, but once you’re an authority, every other aspect of your marketing will gain more traction.
Two of these drugs that have gained mainstay research traction are rapamycin and metformin.
Journalism has a heartbeat, and adjusting your content to meet news trends is the easiest way to gain traction.
Electric tramcars, in supersession of horse-traction, run through the city and suburbs since April 10, 1905.
Telephones are now in use in all large centres, and electric lighting and traction are far more widely used than in England.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
"Uncle Randolph had ten thousand dollars' worth of traction company bonds," said Dick.
THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARMARTHUR M. WINFIELD (AKA EDWARD STRATEMEYER)

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