Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of readership.

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Examples

  • It would be a good way to build up both of our readerships. thank you.

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  • Maxwell and Welty died in 2000 and 2001 respectively, and their readerships have been dwindling.

    Staving Off Oblivion

  • There are many books on Soviet terror, and some have won huge readerships.

    A World Behind Barbed Wire

  • The reporters who had been invited to witness it represented all the broadcast and cable networks, the wire services, four newspapers with national readerships, and the Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland papers.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • However, there are lots of other sorts of blogs, for example reading group blogs, or blogs with relatively small but dedicated readerships, that aren't like that at all.

    Websites

  • Other publishers targeting the business-to-business market – and the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and property sectors in particular (eg: Emap, Reed, UBM) – have all been revamping their websites and offering new online services to build stronger connections with their readerships, but we currently have no construction IT publication or organisation that ‘walks the Web 2.0 talk’.

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  • A lot of writers aiming for broad popular readerships give their protagonists friends or siblings of the opposite sex, so the central group contains both boys and girls.

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  • A lot of writers aiming for broad popular readerships give their protagonists friends or siblings of the opposite sex, so the central group contains both boys and girls.

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  • For some topics and readerships short article or creating a series works better; for others breaking up the line of thought would be distracting.

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  • The reporters who had been invited to witness it represented all the broadcast and cable networks, the wire services, four newspapers with national readerships, and the Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland papers.

    O: A Presidential Novel

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