Harrington said at least that offered a modicum of hope on Monday. Open week produces mixed feelings for Harrington as a decade ago his father died and he pulled out of the event at St Andrews and last year coach Bob Torrance passed away. However, Harrington is too professional to allow anything other than competing for the championship to affect him. “I’m not going to try to get emotionally involved in any shape or form,” he said. The Irishman carded a seven-under 65 to leap to 10 under and give him a realistic chance of capturing his fourth major as the championship heads for Monday finish. His previous best single-round score was back-to-back 66s on the weekend to win the 2008 US PGA, having also made that score at the Open way back in 2001. Press Association Harrington’s first win in seven years came at March’s Honda Classic, which also needed an extra day, but it is his memories of getting the job done on the final day of a major that he will be looking to use on Monday. “I always wanted to shoot 65 on the Sunday of an Open – obviously there’s another round to go tomorrow,” he said. “I’ll be certainly telling myself that I know what I’m doing and I’ve done it before and I’ll be using it to help myself for sure, having done it twice before. “Clearly things were going well for me today but I didn’t want to look up (to the scoreboard) and see somebody getting away and be disappointed. “When things are going well you might as well just keep your head down and keep going. “There’s no point in looking around and getting distracted. “I didn’t look until I finished off on 18.” The 144th championship at St Andrews is shaping up to be one of the closest in a long time with the top of the leaderboard tightly packed. Two-time Open champion Padraig Harrington’s lowest round in a major shot him into contention for another Claret Jug and he believes his experience could be a significant factor on the final day.
MDI man reaches 41 straight years of daily runs – July 31, 2017 BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island girls’ and boys’ basketball teams both defeated Ellsworth last week in the first set of home-and-home games between the two rivals.MDI girls win defensive battleThe MDI girls’ team allowed just seven points in the second half to defeat Ellsworth 33-21 on Wednesday.It was a slow start for both teams, but the Trojans picked up the pace in the last quarter and clinched the victory with consistent shooting from the free-throw line.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Eagles lead the Trojans throughout the first quarter, though neither team put up many points; Ellsworth led 9-5 after the first eight minutes and had a 14-12 edge going into halftime.During the 10-minute halftime break, MDI head coach Brent Barker tried to get his team to settle down.“I told them we had to relax,” Barker said. “We were just playing very tight. I said, ‘Guys, we came out with a good defensive effort. Now let’s come out and execute.’”Barker said the players might have felt the pressure of a rivalry game that saw a big fan turnout, but the girls took their coach’s message to heart. The Trojans shifted the momentum and went into the fourth quarter ahead 22-20 and carried the lead the rest of the way.MDI’s free-throw shooting was key to the victory. In the fourth quarter alone, sophomore Julia Watras shot 8 of 10 from the line to help her team seal the win.“In tournament play and in big games, you’ve got to limit your turnovers and make your foul shots,” Barker said. “We hit our foul shots, but we had a couple of turnovers that we didn’t need to [make].”The Eagles shot just 43 percent from the free-throw line, whereas the Trojans shot 63 percent.“[The free-throw advantage] was huge for us,” Barker said.Watras led the Trojans with 10 points, and Maddy Good scored seven. Ellsworth’s Sammy Mason had five.MDI also topped John Bapst on Friday and Old Town on Monday. Its next game will be at home against Hermon (8-1) at 7 p.m. next Thursday, Jan. 12.MDI boys stay unbeaten with rivalry winIn the boys’ game the following night, MDI took the lead early in the game and led 18-12 after one quarter. In the second quarter, MDI’s defense held the Eagles to just two points, and the offense racked up 19 more points to extend the lead to 37-14 at the half.Ellsworth (5-4) kept pace with the Trojans throughout the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t nearly enough. MDI recorded a double-digit win for the sixth time in seven games.Nearly every MDI player saw some time on the court. Riley Swanson led the Trojans with six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points overall. Graham Good was 5 of 5 and finished the game with 12. Bryce Harmon and Zach Harris each had 16 for Ellsworth.“Everyone looks at this game as one of the most important of season because it’s Ellsworth, and it’s been one of the biggest rivals since the schools consolidated,” he said. “It’s always a big night.”Norwood said everything came together for MDI in the win.“I thought our defense in the half court was good especially in the second quarter, he said. “We did a good job in the half court of shrinking the floor. [The Eagles] have great dribblers, great penetrators, and we were able to stop them.”Racking up point after point certainly didn’t hurt, either.“Offensively, when Riley Swanson gets off like that, good things happen,” said Norwood, who also noted the contributions of each player. “We’ve got 14 guys who can really play.”MDI (8-0) also beat John Bapst 72-55 last Saturday. The team were scheduled to face Old Town (2-6) on Wednesday, and its next game will be at home against Hermon (8-1) at 7 p.m. tomorrow, Jan. 13. Ellsworth will be at home against Houlton (5-2) at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. Town Hill Takeout serves up inventive tacos – August 18, 2017 Sea urchin subject of aging research – July 30, 2017 Latest posts by Taylor Bigler Mace (see all) Bio Latest Posts Taylor Bigler MaceReporter at Mount Desert IslanderTaylor covers sports and maritimes for the Islander. As a native of Texas, she is an unapologetic Dallas Cowboys fan. [email protected]
“Why shouldn’t I (think I can win the tournament)? I try to believe,” Williams said.“Should I look across the net and believe the person across the net deserves it more? This mentality is not how champions are made. I’d like to be a champion, in particular this year.“The mentality I walk on court with is: I deserve this.”Williams, ranked 17th in the world, will take on fellow American CoCo Vandeweghe for a place in Saturday night’s final in what she said is “a great win for the US”.She beat Russian 24th seed Anastasia Pavyluchenkova in straight sets to make it through.“I’m sure she’s going to want to be in her first final,” the seven-time grand slam winner said.“I’m going to want to be in only my second final here. So it’s going to be a well-contested match.”Vandeweghe, 25, has made consecutive semi-final appearances at the last two US Opens, with her previous best Australian Open showing being a quarter-final berth last year.While she said making it as far as today is “amazing”, she is anything but satisfied.“There’s more things to do out on a tennis court that I’m hoping to achieve.”The pair have only met once, but Vandeweghe echoed Williams’ excitement at sharing the experience with a compatriot.“To play an unbelievable player, future Hall of Famer, Venus, to be on the court with her, I’ve only experienced it one time before,” she said.“To have two Americans against each other in the semi-final I think is pretty cool.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Venus Williams is determined to maintain a champion mindset as she prepares for today’s all-American semi-final at Melbourne Park.The 36-year-old will become the oldest woman to play in an Australian Open semi-final, and the oldest semi-finalist at any grand slam in 23 years.And she won’t be letting anyone tell her she doesn’t deserve to be there.Venus Williams is eyeing her first Australian Open final since she played her sister in 2003. Picture: Wayne Ludbey
YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES?Make your 49ers-Chiefs pick & challenge our pros***SANTA CLARA — Cornerback Richard Sherman casually walked onto the 49ers practice field Friday to join his teammates as they finished stretching, and, come Sunday, he’ll by playing against the league’s top-scoring team, the Kansas City Chiefs.Sherman did not practice Thursday because of an unspecified heel injury. It’s not believed to be directly related to his right Achilles surgery last November or this past …
27 October 2010 South Africa is to embark on a new economic growth path in a bid to create five-million jobs and reduce unemployment from 25% to 15% over the next 10 years. The announcement was made on Tuesday by Minister in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, Collins Chabane. Chabane was speaking to journalists in Pretoria following a special Cabinet meeting called by President Jacob Zuma on Monday, and ahead of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s medium-term budget speech in Parliament on Wednesday.Job creation at the centre of economic policy Chabane said the new growth path aimed to address unemployment, inequality and poverty by unlocking employment opportunities in South Africa’s private sector. “The new growth path is a broad framework that sets out a vision and identifies key areas where jobs can be created. The growth path we are announcing today places employment at the centre of economic policy.” Critical to the plan, he said, would be the partnering between key social players, business and government to address structural challenges in the economy.Regulatory reforms The government had realised that the economic growth and commodity price boom experienced over the past years had not seen revenue being sufficiently applied to promote economic spread and skills development in the country, Chabane said. The government also agreed that while South Africa’s economy was among the first to show signs of recovery following the global recession, regulatory reforms that encouraged employment and fought poverty were needed. The recession, which claimed more than a million jobs in 2009, took a heavy toll on South Africa’s economy, with households suffering from falling incomes and high levels of debt. The domestic economy further contracted by an estimated 1.8 percent as a result of a decline in consumption spending and weak investment growth. Chabane said the new growth path would exploit some of the opportunities that arose from the recession.Building an integrated African economy He cited China, India and Brazil as examples of countries with growth prospects similar to those of South Africa. The country could use its influence and experience to gain similar ground on the continent. “The new growth path commits South Africa to work with other countries on the continent to build a single African integrated economy, embracing one billion consumers, and to focus immediately on expanding economic links with the rest of the continent.” At least six key sectors, including infrastructure development, agriculture, mining, the “green” economy, manufacturing and tourism, had been identified as having potential to unlock employment opportunities. Partnerships Chabane and Economic Development Minister Ibrahim Patel agreed that it would probably take more than the government and the business sector for the country to achieve the new growth plan. Patel’s department is behind the Industrial Action Plan, which initially paved a way for the country’s new growth path. “Implementation and setting clear targets will remain a critical part of our work, and that is why we will be engaging all partners from all walks of life, and Cabinet will play a big role in coordinating all stakeholder commitments in this regard,” Patel said. The Cabinet Economic Team is headed by Rural Development Minister Gugile Nkwinti, who is also at the centre of speeding up economic growth in the country’s remote parts through various land reform policies. Nkwinti said that, through agricultural and land reform programmes, several employment opportunities that supported the new growth part were already in the pipeline. These included a special fund that had been created to assist emerging farmers in at least five of the country’s provinces. “Our area of focus will be on identifying skills, with the hope of using the funding to create more self-reliant businesses through partnerships of small and big commercial farmers,” Nkwinti said. Source: BuaNews
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Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack SEO Topics: Originally published Jun 22, 2007 11:55:00 AM, updated October 01 2019 JULIET: ‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy; Thou art thyself, though not a Montague. What’s Montague? it is nor hand, nor foot, Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part Belonging to a man. O, be some other name! What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call’d, Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name, And for that name which is no part of thee Take all myself. I will leave to Juliet any thoughts about how appealing Romeo would be if he had a different name. But what I can tell you is that your domain name has a big effect on your ranking in Google and other search engines. Here are some of the reasons to look into buying a premium domain name.1) Look bigger than you are. Even a small business can look big on the Internet if you have the right domain name. If you are a local marketing firm, you look like you know what you are doing if your URL is www. LeadMarketing .com instead of www. MyCambridgeMarketing-Online .net And, usually a premium domain is far less expensive than many other marketing activities.2) Get more traffic. With the right domain name, you can get more traffic to your website in two ways. First, some people will just type in your domain into the browser address bar and see what happens. If you own the domain, your website will be what comes up! Second, if you have good keywords in your domain, it is much easier to get ranked on the first page of search results, driving more traffic to your website. Google and other search engines assume that if you have keywords for a search in your domain, then that website is a good search result that has relevant content, and that means you get ranked higher.3) Upstage your competition. What better way to stand out from your competition than to have a website with the best URL for your industry? How would you feel if your competitor all a sudden ended up with the perfect domain name?4) Acquire an asset. Most marketing expenses are impossible to recover any portion of the cost. The nice thing about premium domains is that they are an asset you can always sell later. And recently, most domains have been increasing in value, so you might even end up making money on your investment. Of course, past performance is no guarantee of future results.Now that we have covered some of the ways that a premium domain can benefit your business, let’s discuss how you can evaluate a domain to decide how valuable it will be. Here are some of the things to think about so you can choose the best name for your company.1) Generic keywords are good. Most businesses really can’t spend the money to build a brand around their company name, this is especially true for small businesses. So, if you can buy www. computers .com, you should do it, since it will be better for you than www. gateway .com.2) Avoid punctuation and extraneous words. Adding a dash into a URL makes it harder to type and look less professional, so avoid it if possible. Also, adding generic words like “my” or “best” or “the” or “online” to the start or end of your URL is not a good idea. They don’t add any value.3) Try to get a .com domain. Unless you are a nonprofit or outside the US, most people assume your business will have a .com domain extension and will usually have trouble remembering your URL if it ends in .net or something else. Domains ending in .com have always been in higher demand and command higher prices than any others.Now that you understand the value in having a premium domain and how to pick a good domain, maybe you should think about buying one? If you are interested in buying a premium domain, there are a number of services to do so. At HubSpot we have used BuyDomains.com before and we have found BuyDomains to be a great place to buy a premium domain.Have you bought a premium domain? Have you found it to be a useful tool for your business? Leave a comment below and let me know.
Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Marketers considering ads always ask me the same thing: “How much should I spend?”It’s a good question — an important question — but it’s the wrong question. The right question is: “For every dollar I spend on ads, how much will I get back?”If you know the answer to that question, or at least have an educated guess, it matters less how much or little you can spend. To help you figure this out, we’re launching a free tool called the HubSpot Advertising ROI Calculator.This simple calculator allows you to explore how different metrics will impact the profit and ROI you can expect from ads. It will help you get the math right, so whether you have $100 to spend or $100,000, you won’t have to guess at the outcome. Ready to give it a try? 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Be aware that if you don’t set a limit there will be no maximum or end date.Daily budget: How much do you want to spend a day?There are two ways I see most marketers use ads, short-term and long-term. Let’s take a look a both …Short-term ads. Budget = at least a few hundred dollars over a month.When marketers use ads for a short-term goal, it’s usually to jump start a campaign or boost content that needs a bump. These ad spends are generally smaller and shorter, but can be large.If you have a few hundred dollars to spend, spend it this way. Create a social post that promotes a piece of content and then use your ads to boost the post. Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn all have good solutions for this. Make sure you use the social network that gives you the best targeting for your persona and returns the most valuable leads. Measure this by assessing the quality of the leads generated after the campaign.Long-term ads. Budget = at least a few thousand dollars over a quarter.Ads can be a great solution in a pinch but if you really want to use ads strategically build them into your overall marketing strategy. This means more consistent, quarterly ad spends.Consider how potential customers make purchase decisions and use ads to influence them. This may mean always relying on search ads or retargeting to make sure prospects find you when they are ready to buy. You’re more likely to accumulate better data taking this approach, which will allow you to get more sophisticated in how you optimize your ad spend.Whatever budget you choose and whichever approach you take, make sure to ask a lot of questions about your ad spend. Even with the right approach, it’s easy to burn through money fast. Safeguard yourself by knowing what to expect and having clear expectations. Originally published Jul 19, 2016 6:00:00 AM, updated August 03 2017
Topics: Twitter Marketing Data 0.37 128160 3.67 11.84 Veronica 39.04 129017 136364 is that they allow you to do all sorts of interesting data analysis. nprpolitics techcrunch Tweets Per Day What is more interesting than that is what happens when we the graph average number of followers of users at various TPD levels. As you can see by the graph below, a sweet spot emerges. Originally published Mar 2, 2009 8:43:00 AM, updated October 20 2016 Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack There are a small but siginificant number of users who tweet more than 150 times per day on average, but when added to the above graph they only continue the downward trend to the right. 316651 One of the great things about tools like 144201 Our database includes stats on more than 1.6 million Twitter users Nytimes The “peak” of the curve below is at about 22 tweets per day. Below is a graph of the distribution of those 1.6 million Twitter users’ average number of tweets per day. Notice that most users fall towards the low end of the range, meaning that most users only tweet a few times a day (or less). . 0.81 ijustine 9.64 103.39 the_real_shaq CNNBrk 7.85 177949 0.12 0.53 kevinrose 164864 0.38 User 4.422 148709 britneyspears Users who tweet between 10 and 50 times per day have more followers on average than those that tweet more or less frequently. 174635 ? How much is too much, and why do some people seem to do nothing all day but sit around posting to Twitter? algore 191126 wilw . 142835 twitter 263730 8.06 lancearmstrong 143299 Twitter Grader 129105 ev and the average number of followers for users in the database was 128965 3.48 how often you should be tweeting Ever wonder 205758 Followers 12.13 barackobama 3.98 19.65 mashable 7.33 stephenfry 156223 The average tweets per day (TPD) I measured was aplusk 6.16 226854 2.72
When I talk with most marketers about how they generate leads and fill the top of their sales funnel, most say outbound marketing.However, in 2019, a lot of innovative and successful businesses are actually embracing the art of inbound marketing. But, what’s the difference between inbound and outbound? This post will walk you through it. First, we’ll talk about the more traditional outbound marketing strategies.Learn how to run more impactful, measurable marketing campaigns. What is Outbound Marketing?Outbound marketing is a traditional method of marketing seeking to obstruct potential customers. Outbound marketing includes activities such as trade shows, seminar series and cold calling. It is costly and the ROI is much lower than inbound marketing.Outbound marketing included trade shows, seminar series, email blasts to purchased lists, internal cold calling, outsourced telemarketing, and advertising. I call these methods “outbound marketing” because marketers push his or her message out far and wide hoping that it resonates with that needle in the haystack. I think outbound marketing techniques are getting less and less effective over time for two reasons. First, your average human today is inundated with over 2000 outbound marketing interruptions per day and is figuring out more and more creative ways to block them out, including caller ID, spam filtering, Tivo, and Sirius satellite radio. Second, the cost of coordination around learning about something new or shopping for something new using the internet (search engines, blogs, and social media) is now much lower than going to a seminar at the Marriott or flying to a trade show in Las Vegas. Transforming Your Marketing from Outbound to InboundRather than doing outbound marketing to the masses of people who are trying to block you out, I advocate doing inbound marketing where you help yourself “get found” by people already learning about and shopping in your industry. In order to do this, you need to set your website up like a “hub” for your industry that attracts visitors naturally through search engines, blogging, and social media. I believe most marketers today spend 90% of their efforts on outbound marketing and 10% on inbound marketing, and I advocate that those ratios flip.Outbound vs. Inbound MarketingOutbound marketing is when a marketer reaches out to people to see if they’re interested in a product. For example, this could include door-to-door sales or cold calling where a sales rep or marketer approaches someone without knowing if he or she is even a qualified lead. Inbound marketing is a strategy where you create content or social media tactics that spread brand awareness so people learn about you, might go to your website for information, and then purchase or show interest in your product.While some outbound strategies take lots of time and effort and may yield no leads, inbound strategies allow you to engage an audience of people that you can more easily qualify as a prospect of lead.The best analogy I can come up with is that traditional marketers looking to garner interest from new potential customers are like lions hunting in the jungle for elephants. The elephants used to be in the jungle in the ’80s and ’90s when they learned their trade, but they don’t seem to be there anymore. They have all migrated to the watering holes on the savannah (the internet). So, rather than continuing to hunt in the jungle, I recommend setting up shop at the watering hole or turning your website into its own watering hole.Editor’s Note: A more detailed version of this article has been published here: “Inbound Marketing and the Next Phase of Marketing on the Web.” This post specifically was originally published in 2010 but was updated in October 2019 for comprehensiveness. Originally published Oct 30, 2019 3:05:00 PM, updated October 31 2019 Topics: Switching to Inbound Marketing Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack