- Naturally, app publishers and marketers worldwide consider it extremely important to monitor several metrics concerning user engagement, user retention, and business conversion.
- Long-term urine retention can lead to bladder damage, urinary tract infections, and even kidney damage.
- The 64-year-old company formerly known as Automotive Lease Guide forecasts that the premium electric-car segment will go from currently having the lowest auction-value retention after three years to the fourth-highest 36 months from now.
- Both the county and Escondido have short email retention policies as well, but leaders there decided to suspend their policies because of the pandemic.
- For one, video content gets a longer viewing period, which means you boost user retention and prolong the interaction people have with your content.
- A citizens group, Kansans for Justice, has sprung up as well to oppose retention of Justices Lee Johnson and Eric Rosen.
- This being Monty Python, the answer should have been obvious—their memories are no more; their line retention has ceased to be.
- From 2009, News International has run an ‘email deletion’ or ‘data retention’ policy as do many companies.
- According to the enlightened celeb, “I don't particularly gain water; I don't have water retention.”
- But this was an element of Jeff that I understood; his mimicry and his retention for music and melody.
- Should the fluid contain food-particles, it is probably the result of retention, not hypersecretion.
- In due course the news came that the date of voting in the Senate for or against the retention of the Islands was fixed.
- Memory, which implies a former conscious experience, its retention, revival and recognition.
- This was rejected; and the lords, when the bill returned to them, did not insist upon its retention.
- Did he say he was innocent, or did he just have this conversation with respect to the retention of a counsel?