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PPC

abbreviation for
(Commerce) pay-per-click
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PPC is an amorphous aliphatic polycarbonate that can be biodegraded to FLO and carbon dioxide.
The SCUBE Game Plan, custom-made for each client's unique market opportunity, product offering and geographic focus, pulls those clues together into a clear, no-nonsense strategy industrial manufacturing industry clients can follow to establish a profitable PPC campaign in a month.
Greek Energy Minister Panos Skourletis told Greek Real FM radio that ADMIE should become a state-owned independent entity with its fixed assets remaining under the ownership of PPC.
Talking to reporter on phone, Deputy Commissioner Swat Mehmood Aslam said that action would be taken under section PPC 188 against those found violating section PPC 144.
PPC market analysis is provided for both the international and Chinese domestic situations including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, key regions development status and a comparison analysis between the international and Chinese markets.
But many have yet to embrace the opportunity local PPC presents and are more concerned with buzzwords and new trends than getting this essential piece of the puzzle right.
Like any Internet marketing strategy, PPC has both pros and cons.
According to the suit, Mezzalingua claimed PerfectVision's cable infringed on six of PPC's patents, and PPC would take legal action.
The report said, following the PPC lawyer's visit to Israeli Shata prison, that the prison's administration refuses to treat Hoshyeh, who suffers from several diseases including a blood-poisoning condition, allergies and a persisting itching throughout his body, causing his health to deteriorate.
The procedure nevertheless resulted in a failure, after PPC declined to sign a preparatory aggreement.
The PPC was first developed in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2001 where it was first known as the "preferred place of care" tool.
The PPC centre offers a selection of displays showing some of the extensive ranges available including contemporary, Mediterranean and classical themes.