local vertical

local vertical

[′lō·kəl ′vərd·ə·kəl]
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A reference direction determined through the use of a plumb-bob or level.
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0] of the local geoid that best fits local mean sea level at the Zero Tide Gauge Station, from which local vertical datum can be defined.
From one side you have many local providers that are able to serve customers in the region very well with solutions that are very well tailored for the specific needs of local vertical sectors but that are not able to cope with the requirements of globalisation and international trade.
Apart from prospects of publishing, ACAS now has a programme of liaising with numerous local vertical businesses, who are able to offer its members varying customer incentives.
Space tether systems directed along a local vertical
It allows large online lead aggregation companies to customize, launch and manage organic lead generation campaigns for thousands of their SMB customers in local vertical markets.
Schwartz will return to her favorite city to launch HuffPost's newest local vertical.
com, the insider source for everything local, announced today that CEO Rick Blair will be a participate in a panel titled "The New Content Aggregators", at Marketplaces 2010 , BIA/Kelsey's upcoming conference about the local vertical opportunity for media and advertisers, March 22-24, 2010 in San Diego.
The announcement was made today from Marketplaces 2010, a conference focused on innovation in the local vertical media industry.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to better serve the needs of local, independent online publishers, The Sacramento Press today announced it formed a local vertical media ad network dubbed SLOAN: Sacramento Local Online Ad Network.
Russell Horowitz and Bill Day are spearheading a dynamic new local strategy for Marchex that combines search and call tracking with every local vertical name you can imagine," said Peter Krasilovsky, program director for The Kelsey Group's Marketplaces practice and co-producer, Interactive Local Media 2007.