Translation of personalize in Spanish:

personalize

personalizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈpəːs(ə)n(ə)lʌɪz//ˈpərs(ə)nəˌlaɪz/

transitive verb

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    personalizar
    individualizar
    personalized stationery papel de carta con membrete masculine
    • personalized service servicio personalizado
    • Numerous companies, even leaders like Procter & Gamble and Mattel, are experimenting with personalizing products to suit individual customer tastes.
    • As well as offering individual customers personalised solutions it also works with businesses and government sectors, in particular, health trusts and airports.
    • It may also personalize its behavior for each individual user based on knowledge of that user's profile, interests, and history.
    • They have different approaches in meeting the demand for more personalized services from their important customers.
    • They are now personalised to the specific needs of the customer.
    • This helps personalize service to each customer.
    • He offered customized recommendations based on other buyers' purchases, let people buy an item with just one mouse click, and created personalized storefronts for each customer.
    • One of our newest advertisers makes custom personalized headbands.
    • She also designs personalised detox and weight-loss programmes to ensure her clients stay comfortable in their 27 in Seven jeans, even post-holiday blowout.
    • Understanding and integrating cultural sensitivity into the design of a program personalizes the message, thereby increasing the likelihood that the target audience will understand and accept the recommendations.
    • Although their instructional activities reflected current knowledge of effective instruction, they adapted and personalized this instruction to meet a student's unique needs.
    • Care for the elderly and schooling would be personalised to meet individual need.
    • But few dot-coms have realized that marketing potential, which would require them to personalize a site's content and advertising to each visitor's lifestyle in real time.
    • The contents are heavily personalised and use homely phrases designed to appeal to those of a trusting nature.
    • And as medicine moves toward more personalized treatments linked to an individual's genetic makeup, marketing will need to become even more sophisticated.
    • What has changed is technology has facilitated our ability to reach people on a more customized, more personalized basis.
    • They are intended to provide a more personalized experience for the customer and increase levels of efficiency in the customer operation.
    • Students also gain opportunities to observe how personalized strategies can be constructed to meet individuals' needs.
    • A cookie is a text file of user data that helps e-tailers personalize Web pages for specific users, as well as identify an online customer's shopping habits.
    • Existing customer information can be used to help personalize the customer experience.