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classify

[′klas·ə·fī]
(science and technology)
To sort into groups that have common properties.
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com)-- The classified ads software development company WorksForWeb has announced the release of their modified website containing fresh, user-friendly and intuitive design.
The fact that consolidated EBITDA for the first six months of 2014 rose by an amount in the low double-digit percentage range is completely in line with our positive full-year forecast and we anticipate a much greater increase for our Classified Ad Models.
An almost 50-percent decline in employment classified ad revenue in October -- coupled with almost equally weak real estate and automotive numbers -- helped propel total ad revenue at this Sacramento-based publisher down 20.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-13 October 2006-Online classified ads launched on LonelyPlanet.
The Web has always been about making things easier, and with our next-generation of Web-based Ad Sales, we have provided advertisers and publishers with a number of features and controls that truly facilitate the classified ad placement process," stated Leslie Bernhard, president and chief executive officer of AdStar, Inc.
The Burneys couldn't afford to pay for many classified ads so his wife wrote an "impassioned" letter to about 40 NC newspaper editors accompanied by the ad.
By adding AdStar's new Rimfire photo service module, newspaper customers can cost-effectively outsource online photo services to generate new classified ad revenue while continuing to focus on their core competencies.
Newhall resident Kevin Waitley took out a classified ad, asking $150 for a Furby that he and his wife planned to give to a young relative, only to learn the child already had one.
com has partnered with a dozen online sites and 65 leading local and niche classified ad magazines across the United States to deliver local listings and enable sellers to post items online and in print, in and across local markets, nationwide.
Unfortunately, most people who advertise with free online classified ads are doing it wrong.
Whether they're seeking work from babysitting, odd jobs, professional services or other work, job-seekers are invited to submit a classified ad (the offer is limited to individuals and does not include businesses).
Company-wide, classified ad revenue for the month was down 30.