American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“The publisher's focus—running small and midsize papers and keeping a rein on costs—has insulated it from the worst of the decline in subscriptions and advertising affecting newspapers in metropolitan markets.”
“Sure, from the publisher's point of view, the main motivation is marketing, but at its best, this phenomenon isn't just about flogging books or getting autographs.”
“And while apps are pouring out of all corners of the world, advertising inventory—the amount of traffic or impressions that a publisher can sell to advertisers interested in targeting users that visit a publisher's site—is too scattered, says Gartner analyst Stephanie Baghdassarian .”
“The value of IP waned compared to the value of awareness and "eyeballs", which when combined with much lower costs of entry into the "network" resulted in more content being available to more people with almost no effort on the publisher's part.”
“Raymond Haight, the third-arty candidate, perceiving Hearst as a fellow maverick, had lobbied long and hard for the publisher's support.”
“The first one has publisher's copy that begins, "Remember when it was scary to go to school? ...”
“In fact much of the credit for her elegant prose must go to publisher's reader and editor William Gifford, according to an academic who has compared the manuscripts and the published versions line by line.”
“The sad fact is the book hasn't quite yet earned out its advance, and I'd like my publisher's accountants to look kindly on me at some point as the balance inches into the black.”
“To lure Condé Nast, the Port Authority agreed to cover the final years of its lease at the publisher's current Midtown location.”
“Here's the publisher's page on the book, with various order-online links.”
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