Dive [noun]

Definition of Dive:

descent, usually underwater

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DeJoy recently shared a national chart with Congress showing on-time mail processing rates took a dive in July, though almost 95 percent is still on time or one day late, on average.

We already dug into the fact that Bing uses user engagement metrics in its search ranking factors and we did a deeper dive into some of Bing’s ranking factors.

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Looking across a collection of long-standing Tinuiti advertisers, tablet spend growth for Google US paid search started to take a dive in Q4 2019, going from 5% growth last Q3 to 22% decline in the final quarter of the year.

The decline has been most acute for whiskey imports, which are down by almost 50%, with cognac and brandies seeing a similar dive.

Russ provided us with an excellent introductory dive into how to go about it with React and Vue along with quick tips about how to include essential SEO to go along with it.

Let’s compare that dive to the course of the overall S&P 500.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Sanctuaries page offers virtual coral reef dives.

Each is designed to take a deeper dive into the concepts that underlie science news and research.

Then came the end: the Titanic, with a low long slanting dive went down and with her Thomas Andrews.