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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of monetise.


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  • I took this to mean a white labelled widget or plug-in powered by Last. fm that adds ambience to a site, and the user experience, and monetises itself simultaneously.

    Micromedia futures or the emperor’s new clothes? « Innovation Cloud

  • It would be interesting to see how Joost monetises their presence online through their IPTV platform.

    Viacom to Sign Deal with Joost

  • Ironically, it is Ailes who has built the most formidable propaganda machine ever seen outside of the Communist bloc, pioneering a business model that effectively monetises conservative politics through its relentless focus on the bottom line.

    The Guardian World News

  • "So publishers do get some small benefit from the current retail pre-owned market, as it monetises games and helps customers buy the next one."

    The game retail industry according to MCV

  • Stomp monetises the unique web hits and tabloid fare served up by eager volunteers, Stompers indulge in cathartic acts of self-importance, and readers get their daily gossip for free.

    The Online Citizen

  • This is, of course, because social media monetises less well than Yahoo's content, and as a result Facebook shows fewer ads per page served, and I wouldn't mind betting their average CPMs are lower too.

    The Equity Kicker

  • We do not believe the project has any material value unless the company monetises the potential of this asset through a joint venture or sale.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Computerworld Australia, adding that the company now believes it "monetises its software with hardware".

    Computerworld News

  • (A central bank monetises government borrowings when it buys bonds directly from the government to finance government spending and when it buys bond on market from secondary holders.) | Top Stories

  • The impact on Google would be larger if it also stops providing online services like Gmail and Picasa, which it monetises via online advertising, and its Android mobile operating system, which it licenses to mobile carriers, handset makers and PC vendors.

    PC World


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