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Match Algorithm and Inputs


One of the common questions that I commonly get is: Tony, what inputs should we use as the basis for our matching algorithm? The people asking the above question don’t have that research and they also don’t really know how the matches should occur. How should the resulting algorithm use those inputs to form matches?

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Why Keyword Themes +Modified Broad Match = Winning PPC Strategy


Do your keywords match what people are typing in the search box ? Having Broad and Modified Broad keywords increases your odds of Google interpreting your keyword as a match to someone’s query. This is how closely the wording of your ads matches the keywords in your ad groups. How Modified Broad Match Works.

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FinTech and Forex – A Match Made in Heaven

The Startup Magazine

This is a relatively new forex trading method used by beginner investors to match up the success of experienced ones. The post FinTech and Forex – A Match Made in Heaven appeared first on The Startup Magazine. So, what is copy trading?

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Generative AI – The End of Empty Textboxes


We recently completed a web-based application that uses a unique algorithm to match professionals with new career opportunities. Applying that solution to our job matching site made perfect sense. Profile Blurbs and Writing Prompts Let’s look at our job matching site in more detail.

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Founded in 2010, Las Vegas-based startup ExhibitMatch ( ) hopes to solve that particular problem – it is a global online interactive bidding platform that matches trade show exhibitors with stand builders from around the world.

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Many Startup Cultures Cannot Match The Market Pace

Startup Professionals Musings

There is no time to be changing your culture to match the lifecycle. As companies grow in today’s high-speed Internet environment, with constant pivots and new products, they won’t even see the lifecycle phases flashing by, and in fact may be experiencing all of them concurrently. Marty Zwilling.

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Does Your Entrepreneur View Match Your Startup Stage?

Startup Professionals Musings

According to most definitions, an entrepreneur is one who envisions a new and different business, meaning one that is not a copy of an existing business model. Many entrepreneurs have a passion and an idea, or even invent a new product, but are never able to execute to the point of creating a startup.