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That metric shows whether 5G coverage is spotty or widespread.By one key measure of tech prowess, the U.S. ranks dead last|Aaron Pressman|August 26, 2020|Fortune
So you can see that if I wanted to measure 5G industrially, in other words its ability to transform industries, then those metrics are not really suitable.‘Work to your strength’: Huawei’s CTO weighs in on U.S. efforts to build a Huawei alternative|Veta Chan|August 20, 2020|Fortune
A “view” on Reels is counted from the moment a video plays, though the metric is still in development, according to Instagram’s help page.‘There’s no revenue on it’: Why publishers aren’t prioritizing Instagram Reels|Lara O'Reilly|August 13, 2020|Digiday
Generally, these metrics will show one landing page to perform better than its competitor and you’ll gain a clear idea of which layout would be most effective online.How A/B and multivariate testing can skyrocket your social media conversions|Peter Jobes|July 3, 2020|Search Engine Watch
The post The three most critical marketing metrics to measure right now appeared first on Search Engine Watch.The three most critical marketing metrics to measure right now|Adam Masur|July 2, 2020|Search Engine Watch
“You are applying Western metrics to someone who is not using that metric against you,” referring to ISIS, Bolger said.
Take the chief metric of the war in Vietnam—body counts, which ultimately did not answer whether the strategy was working.
America sent less than 2,000 metric tons of cheese to China in 2009.
While approximately one in every 25 attempts among adults results in death, that same metric is one in five for under-29s.
Do you have any kind of metric for whether what you're doing is working or not?Hanging Out With the Minds Behind Google Doodles and Chrome Experiments|Douglas Wolk|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The British measure of energy is the foot-pound; the metric measure is the kilogrammetre.A History of the Growth of the Steam-Engine|Robert H. Thurston
Convention of May 20, 1875, regarding the unification and improvement of the metric system.
To appreciate its metre, one must so enter into the spirit of a poem that the metric movement is felt as a part of its expression.
So complex, so mysterious, is the metric expression of feeling, that no one poem can be made a standard for another.
It is impossible to read it in its proper spirit when not correctly rendering its metric rhythm.