- adj. Not targeted.
“With all these new 2.0 blog, rss, podcasting and the 1.0 search/contextual ad networks, some of the most basic/unsexy problems (targeting ads in untargeted environment) are not fully solved and companies like Tacoda have spent years solving.”
“However, doing so indiscriminately will not work since there's no power in the message-less story that gets to the wrong or "untargeted" individual.”
“We need to move beyond this kind of untargeted, patchwork fix to secure a stronger, more reliable farm safety net that provides dependable assistance to family farmers based on their current farm income.”
“People of color and the communities they live in will not be the beneficiaries of the kind of untargeted tax cuts that Republicans will insist on proposing.”
“To overcome the legacy of receiving untargeted and irrelevant communications, consumers must see an obvious improvement in relevance.”
“He says he's happier to get targeted ads than untargeted ones.”
“The response rate to Capital One's targeted mailings was 1-in-100, he says—vastly better than untargeted mailings, but still "massively inefficient.”
“And even if Hamas were fighting for a just cause, their method of untargeted rocket fire has no reasonable prospects for success.”
“As Groupon tries to be all things to all people, it risks driving away users with untargeted offers.”
“I'm of the mind that targeted advertising, rather than untargeted junk, is a good thing.”
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