Effective [adjective]

Definition of Effective:

productive, persuasive

Opposite/Antonyms of Effective:

Sentence/Example of Effective:

A great way to identify effective keywords is by using Google Trends, one of the world’s largest real-time datasets.

Leading website building tools – such as Wix, Weebly, and WordPress – use technology and analytics to build simple yet effective and useful websites.

The manufacturers will need to prove vaccines are safe and effective in younger bodies.

Quite often, these ads can prove effective in helping you gain new leads.

We’ve rounded up some of the most effective local SEO strategies for small businesses in 2021 to help you get started.

You fear not just what is in front of you, but what is yet to come, and that’s what makes this harrowing experience so effective.

Limbaugh proved to be not only wildly popular but also cost-effective.

Enough people develop immunity either naturally, which would require a large share of the population being infected and developing antibodies, or through an effective vaccine.

Early in the pandemic, many of us bought cloth masks to help reduce spread while reserving more effective, medical-grade masks for people at higher risk, like doctors, first responders and so on.

They are most effective playing exactly how they were built.