verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
adjective, smart·er, smart·est.
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On Friday, she urged the city’s residents to be smart about how they spend the holiday.Trump goes big with July 4 D.C. event as rest of U.S. scales back festivities|Claire Zillman, reporter|July 4, 2020|Fortune
Traditional insurers are running scared of climate crises, but a range of new age innovators are using smart tech to offer models that could reshape the industry.Why Insurers Are Daring to Run at Even Bigger Risks|Nick Fouriezos|June 30, 2020|Ozy
It can reveal pain points, motivation and intent that not only helps you optimize content but drives smarter business decisions at every level.10 ways SEO will lead companies through COVID-19 business recovery|Jim Yu|April 14, 2020|Search Engine Watch
But, assuming the boss is smart, I would hope that if the work people are doing from home is as good and valuable to the company, more companies will allow people to work from home a part of the time.Challenges of remote work during COVID-19: Talking with nomad marketer Jason Barnard|Karina Tama|April 13, 2020|Search Engine Watch
That doesn’t necessarily mean you should remove images, it just means you should be smarter about how they’re used.Faster pages, stronger sales: Optimizing ecommerce site speeds|Jimmy Duvall|April 3, 2020|Search Engine Watch