Lead [noun]

Definition of Lead:

first place, supremacy

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Customer engagement, brand promotion, and lead generation are also the top activities of brands on social media.

The ad extension allows advertisers to opt in to having a lead form pop up directly in search results upon an ad click.

This has been a concern for a while on the SEO side, but lead form extensions expand this move into paid advertising.

Like Target Impression Share, Maximize Clicks campaigns should focus more on awareness and leads than actual sales.

Ensure consistency to dominate local search and increase the visitor-to-lead conversion rate.

Blair led the Hoyas with 18 points to go with five assists and four rebounds, and Qudus Wahab matched a career high with 17 points to go with seven rebounds.

After Couturier gave Philadelphia a 5-4 lead in the back-and-forth game, Washington couldn’t pull even.

Ayala was just a few days removed from a solid 21-point effort at Minnesota, where he led the Terps to another road win against a ranked team.

The Bucs were led by Tom Brady, 43, in his first season outside New England in his two-decade career.

Research led by social anthropologist in Alexandra Arkhipova in Moscow found that 42% of them had, like Shakhov, never protested before.