OTHER WORDS FROM monetizemon·e·ti·za·tion [mon-i-tahy-zey-shuhn, muhn-] /ˌmɒn ɪ taɪˈzeɪ ʃən, ˌmʌn-/ especially British, mon·e·ti·sa·tion, noun
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Subscription services appear to be the key way forward for monetizing relatively low-cost devices.Low-cost fitness bands see a resurgence in interest amid the pandemic|Brian Heater|September 4, 2020|TechCrunch
A more creative funding idea floated in the agreement is to somehow monetize the small trees, twigs, and other bits scraped up into piles during thinning treatments.California and the Forest Service have a plan to prevent future catastrophic fires|Ula Chrobak|August 27, 2020|Popular-Science
Few have monetized NLP and machine learning as well as Google, but their technological edge has always been computational power.
In addition to building that massive information retrieval system, Google monetized on those economic searches through advertising.
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In the meantime, once it goes public, it will face larger pressures to monetize all those tweets and ramp up advertising.
Everyone else could monetize their 2008 experience except the man most loyal to the president.No Drama Obama’s Dramatic 2012 Reelection Campaign|Richard Wolffe|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And now that Instagram is finally attempting to monetize those eyeballs, it is seeing serious blowback from its users.
The idea behind the effort is to monetize YouTube by positioning it as a competitor to Netflix for streaming Hollywood movies.10 Media Predictions for 2011, from Facebook to Katie Couric|Peter Lauria|December 31, 2010|DAILY BEAST
A central element in the movie, more or less accurate, is that Saverin wanted to "monetize" Thefacebook quickly.