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A growing number of new businesses are giving away their products and services free to build a customer base. But for some, that 'freemium' strategy is turning out to be costly.
(FREE preMIUM) A very popular marketing approach for software and services that provides a limited free version and a more expansive paid version. For example, an online storage provider may offer five gigabytes of disk space at no cost but then charge for greater capacities. A software application may include basic functions for free, while the paid version provides enhanced capabilities. A game might be free, but special avatars, scenery, speed boosters and the like are paid items
Microsoft is giving a booster shot to its Health Solutions Group, announcing on Monday plans to acquire clinical workflow software developer Global Care Solutions.
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The noun booster
dose has one meaning:
Meaning #1: an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective
Synonyms: booster, booster shot, recall dose
a shot in the arm
A stimulus or booster, something vitalizing or encouraging, as in Getting a new concertmaster was a real shot in the arm for the orchestra. This colloquial expression alludes to a stimulant given by injection. [c. 1920]
Dandruff (Latin: Pityriasis simplex capillitii) is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. Dandruff is not to be confused with a simple dry scalp.