Definitions for "Targeting"
This is an important part of any marketing campaign on the Internet. It's all about defining a target audience and then selling them relevant paysites and products. Thinking about the printed medium for a moment, if you wanted to sell some kind of gardening tool - you'd research into the kinds of magazines that your potential customers read. Placing an ad in something like "Gardeners World Magazine" is probably going to get you a lot more success than the same advert in "Pop hits for Teenagers". It's exactly the same on the adult web. Your job is to carefully match up products with the people who are most likely to buy them. (To target the right people). If you're selling a cumshot website, then target the people who are searching for "cumshot pictures" on the search engines. When they get to your cumshot website, don't have ads for "foot fetish"! - have ads that they'll be interested in - for the 'GREATEST CUMSHOT WEBSITE ON EARTH!' Many adult webmasters forget the essential process of defining an audience, making a site specifically for them, and then targeting those surfers with ads in the niche that interests them. Target the right people with your promotions...
In on-line advertising, the ability to serve ads to the users most likely to be receptive to the advertiser's message, based on their geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioural characteristics.
The act of directing promotions to the target audience.
Selecting a target on the lane for your ball to hit. Some bowlers use the dots, some the arrows, some a particular board or area and others particular pins.
The process of defining your goals and target group, and selecting and matching keywords
Targeting is the process used to select objects or installations to be attacked, taken, or destroyed in warfare. More progressive countries generally select their targets in such a way as to minimize collateral damage and civilian casualties. This can fall by the wayside, however, during unrestricted warfare.
Context is: trade term. A comprehensive mobilization of technology, capital, and skilled labor involving direct or indirect government intervention in the marketplace in support of a specific industry. Tax benefits, government loans, and government procurement policies that restrict foreign competition, as well as more subtle means of restricting competition and directing resources, are but a few of the practices that support domestic industries targeted for growth. The end result is an allocation of resources to specifically defined priority sectors of industry. See also Government Procurement Policies and Practices; Industrial Policy; Managed Trade; Market Access; Restrictive Business Practices; Unfair Trade Practice.
Targeting is simply a means of focussing on an opportunity to learn a specific type of skill.
The direction of services and programs to a particular group of people, e.g., those in greatest economic or social need, with particular attention to low-income minority persons.
Process that directs the kinds of services, the concentration of programs and the distribution of funds at defined segments of the population. Also see greatest economic need.
Keywords:  cdbg, spent, geographic, cities, ship
Federal, state or local requirements of the CDBG Small Cities, HOME or SHIP Programs relating to the use of funds for units that assist certain income groups or fund particular activities (i.e. home ownership, hard construction costs, etc.). Can also be used to refer to a situation where funds are spent only in a specific geographic area.
a prerequisite for local protein synthesis
The movement of proteins around a cell or within organelles so that they reach the correct place to carry out their activity.
Keywords:  tiering, see
Keywords:  motivator, dog, focus, toy, course
A training method where a motivator or “target” (such as a toy or food) is placed on an object or on a specific point on a course to get the dog to focus on that given point.
Keywords:  background, age, list, product, create
Using information provided to create a list for a specific product or service, based on age, background, etc.