- v. present participle of monetize.
“CNET also cited Costolo's work in monetizing Twitter in its explanation for the shift: "Costolo has been instrumental in developing Twitter's fledgling business model, currently centered on a system of" promoted "tweets, trends, and accounts.”
“Today, Â Milton has been successful in monetizing the once troubled airline and its subsidiaries and turning them into profitable entities through a holding company – ACE Aviation Holdings.”
“While long-term monetizing strategies are still in the works-Brinkofski mentions developing a gaming platform like FarmVille as one possibility-HulkShare has already been taken in as a go-to site for many people involved in hip-hop.”
“Brinkofski has some lofty long-term monetizing goals that he says could take years to develop, but for now HulkShare's main avenue for artist revenue is through ads.”
“I’d like to run an idea by you that I think will help you in monetizing PoF.”
“Photograph by John Spinks Lord and Lady Arran refer to monetizing access to their home as "a positive route forward.”
“In corporate America it's called monetizing your image.”
“Asheville, N.C. Isn 't this new concept of quantitative easing what used to be known as monetizing the debt?”
“There is an affiliate link on my site on the side ... it is there not because I monetize a whole lot but because I truly believe in them ... go to my site and you will see my monetizing is a total of 3 links.”
“While Germany finds the idea of monetizing debts unappealing, Sarkozy's government has been pushing for the ECB to play a more active role.”
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