to reach out.
the act of extending services, benefits, etc., to a wider section of the population, as in community work.
concerned with extending community services, benefits, etc.:an educational outreach program.
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How to use outreach in a sentence
If you’re doing outreach to bloggers, you can track each link you build in an Excel document and monitor status updates.Content marketing fails: How to analyze and improve | Michael Doer | August 27, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Particular outreach will focus on uninsured and unemployed adults — some of the same people are more likely to be hospitalized if they get sick — along with essential workers and people who are homeless.U.S. will conduct an unofficial dry run of a COVID-19 vaccine campaign this fall | Claire Zillman, reporter | August 19, 2020 | Fortune
Therefore, a campaign targeting major life events is bound to have limited outreach.How to use in-market audiences for better search campaigns | Harikrishna Kundariya | August 18, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Greene said while outreach has significantly improved, it was lacking in the pandemic’s early days.Coronavirus Hit Latinos Harder Thanks to a Perfect Storm of Disparities | Maya Srikrishnan | August 12, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
As a result, you may be leaving sites out of your outreach that can drive ranking, or you may be including sites that will provide no value or potentially get you penalized.
This is especially striking, though hardly surprising, in the case of Priebus, Mr. outreach.
The outreach program spans the entire east coast, where the show mainly travels.
He also seizes the opportunity to do public outreach, educating locals on HIV and AIDS as well as preventative methods.Victor Mooney’s Epic Adventure for His Dead Brother | Justin Jones | October 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Among the efforts they recommended: a $10 million outreach effort to minority communities.Rand Paul, Chris Christie Laid Out Plans for Black Voters at Penthouse Forum | David Freedlander | October 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And there are still some in the Republican Party who think all of this outreach is a mistake.Rand Paul, Chris Christie Laid Out Plans for Black Voters at Penthouse Forum | David Freedlander | October 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Now the thing to mark very keenly is this: that God's chief reliance in His passionate outreach for His world is men.Quiet Talks with World Winners | S. D. Gordon
The pedigree of this usage is derived from so many descents of ages that the cause and author outreach the remembrance.From London to Land's End | Daniel Defoe
He would first work in us, that He may work through us in His passionate outreach for a world.Quiet Talks on Power | S.D. Gordon
Hers was no poetic outreach like that of the young genius who wants to be off for Bohemia.The Job | Sinclair Lewis
To fight is useless, for I have bowmen who can shoot you down and spears that can outreach you.The Wanderer's Necklace | H. Rider Haggard
British Dictionary definitions for outreach
(tr) to surpass in reach
(tr) to go beyond
to reach or cause to reach out
the act or process of reaching out
the length or extent of reach
social welfare any systematic effort to provide unsolicited and predefined help to groups or individuals deemed to need it
(modifier) (of welfare work or workers) propagating take-up of a service by seeking out appropriate people and persuading them to accept what is judged good for them: Compare detached (def. 3)
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