Monetize

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Monetize

1. To liquidate.

2. To print money in order to cover a debt. A government may monetize its deficit in order to finance its operations. Monetizing in this sense causes inflation.

3. To convert into cash. One may monetize an asset by selling it or monetize a venture by producing revenue.
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As these monetized activities increase, PayPal's true earnings potential, as expressed in its margins, will begin to become more evident.
of ambivalence about the degree to which CBA requires monetized costs
be monetized. (34) When quantification is not possible, OMB suggests
that a view of CBA as entirely monetized does not apply across the
several categories of monetized costs, it does not list dignity among
I would agree with YouTube that the number of monetized views is what's most important, but you also have to take the volume of monetized views into account as well.
choose to emphasize the results of their logarithmic model, which produces their highest estimates of monetized impacts.
Furthermore, we reported the undiscounted monetized results, which could be compared to Trasande et.
A comparison of the monetized impact of IQ decrements from mercury emissions.
With the Nintendo creators Program shutting down soon, Nintendo has published (https://www.nintendo.co.jp/networkservice_guideline/en/index.html?n) a set of guidelines  (found below) that all creators must follow in order to keep their content up and monetized. The guidelines also apply to live streaming Nintendo games.
Flurry's report ultimately created four heuristic categories within which it could fit these games to better advise developers, typified based on the manner in which content is distributed to the player and therefore monetized.
While founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has scrambled to reassure investors and users alike of the company's continued viability as it sinks to ever deeper post-IPO lows, Facebook has offered up enhanced services offering a greater yield from the social media network's tremendous social capital that has yet to be effectively monetized. Earlier this month, for instance, the company rolled out an alpha version of its new advertising system known as Facebook Exchange.