Holmdel girls expect another solid season

first_img BY WARREN RAPPLEYEAStaff Writer The Holmdel High School girls basketball team opened the season with a 46-27 victory over Freehold Township, as it looks to build up last year’s 13-11 record. Although the Hornets are relatively young, the team nevertheless has some solid experience. Seniors Jackie Klatsky and Mary Orsini are entering their fourth season as starters, and juniors Cristina Martorelli and Marissa Porto saw significant minutes a year ago. Klatsky will run the offense from the point. Last season she averaged 9.5 points along with three steals and three assists, and she can also hit from three-point range. Orsini, a center, gives Holmdel a presence under the rim, where she averaged 5.5 rebounds and five points. Martorelli, meanwhile, can be a scoring threat from the outside. She averaged 11 points last winter, and Porto averaged six points. Both players came off the bench, but coach Dawn Karpell increased their playing time as the season progressed. “Experience is our real strength,” the second-year coach said. “And that will be important because how we play defense will be the key to our success. They have the poise and leadership ability to get the job done.” That will be particularly important as the Hornets move from the Shore Conference’s B North division to A Central, which includes teams like St. John Vianney, Red Bank Catholic and Raritan. Holmdel will use a half-court man-to-man defense and, on occasion, a match-up zone. In addition, the team qualified for both the Shore Conference and NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III tourneys, reaching the second round in each. The rest of Karpell’s roster is relatively young, with the exception of senior forward Michelle Casazza, who will provide help in the paint. Sophomore Liz Mayell also provides help up front. Four freshmen provide backcourt depth, including point guard Marybeth Lisberal, Kim Florentino, Dana Graziano and Melissa Tagges. “I think we’re going to surprise some people,” Karpell said. Holmdel, which hosted Rumson-Fair Haven on Tuesday, begins play in the Bayshore Invitational Tournament on Monday. The second-seeded Hornets will square off against Cardinal McCarrick. BY WARREN RAPPLEYEA Staff Writer last_img read more

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Russian athletics federation remains banned, says IAAF

first_imgWorld athletics body IAAF on Tuesday upheld a ban against Russia’s athletics federation over doping in the country, pending full access to doping data stored in Moscow and financial compensation.Russia’s athletics federation (RUSAF) has been suspended since 2015 over a report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) that found evidence of widespread, state-sponsored doping in the sport.The IAAF said Russia’s anti-doping agency (RUSADA) still needed to meet two criteria — access to data on Russian athletes in a Moscow lab and full financial compensation for investigation and legal costs — before the ban is lifted.“If the Russians can and will release the (drugs) samples is up to them. I hope they will deliver the data by the end of this year,” said Rune Andersen, head of the IAAF’s task force on Russia, sitting next to IAAF President Sebastian Coe.“We have received no assurances it will be delivered to us directly.”To be reinstated, the IAAF has said Russia must acknowledge the findings of the WADA-commissioned McLaren report that doping in the country was state-sponsored and must also provide access to the data from testing of samples at the RUSADA Moscow laboratory from 2011-2015.“I am not surprised, but we had hopes because the federation has done lots of work,” Dmitry Shlyakhtin, president of Russia’s athletics federation, told TASS.Russia, whose athletics team was banned from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, has accepted there was extensive doping in the country, but its authorities have continued to deny any of it was state sponsored and access to the Moscow lab data has not happened.The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and WADA have both reinstated Russia.WADA’s controversial reinstatement in September this year was on the condition that Russia recognise the findings of its report and allow access to RUSADA’s stored samples.Failure to provide access to the full data from the Moscow lab by Dec. 31 could lead to another suspension, WADA has warned.last_img read more

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Public Health Ministry AWOL

first_imgDear Editor,There is a serious leptospirosis outbreak in a West Demerara community and the Public Health Ministry is missing in action (absent without leave (AWOL)). In the last two weeks alone, 15 confirmed cases with one death have been recorded. There are dozens of suspected cases showing up still at the West Demerara Regional Hospital and many more suspected cases being seen at private institutions and private doctors’ offices. Among the confirmed cases, there is a family with six persons who have been diagnosed with leptospirosis. The West Demerara Hospital has no capacity at this time to test for leptospirosis and apparently the Georgetown Public Hospital is also unable to assist. Patients are sent to the Private Sector for testing and treatment.In the midst of this serious leptospirosis outbreak, the Public Health Ministry is not acting as if it is aware. From outside, it appears as if either the Public Health Ministry is unaware or it is impotent to act or it just does not care. There has been no public health awareness initiative to advise people in the affected area and nearby communities, no advisory to healthcare providers in the Public or Private Sectors, no effort to ensure a testing capacity is immediately restored, if it is no longer in place. No effort has been put in place to ensure that healthcare providers are familiar with the standard treatment guideline and that there are adequate supplies of the relevant medicines. Early diagnosis is critical to prevent serious medical conditions and deaths and as part of this early diagnostic and treatment capacity, the availability of medicines and medical supplies at the local level is critical.My information is that the Georgetown Public Hospital has no formal information from the Public Health Ministry that a leptospirosis outbreak is presently happening in a West Demerara community and, therefore, it should be on alert to deal with either increased referrals or more people independently showing up with leptospirosis. When healthcare providers and health institutions like the Georgetown Public Hospital are aware of outbreaks, they are better prepared to handle these cases.In the past, the Public Health Ministry and local healthcare providers would have been visiting on a house-to-house basis, distributing awareness flyers, providing prophylaxis treatment as the Ministry intensifies efforts to stop the spread of this dangerous infection and to ensure the source is identified and eliminated or controlled.As is happening frequently these days, the Public Health Ministry is AWOL. When it eventually acts, it’s after the fact. Outbreaks do happen. The Public Health Ministry should never feel it will make them look bad if they make early announcements about outbreaks like these. In fact, early advisories and early community actions are critical in controlling outbreaks, particularly outbreaks like leptospirosis.Sincerely,Dr Leslie Ramsammylast_img read more

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Local footballers lost in own hype

first_imgIn the past week, the Kenyan Premier League and Athletics Kenya held gala awards at Nairobi’s Safari Park Hotel 24 hours apart and as fate would have it, the sharp contrast between local footballers and athletes could not have been pronounced as night and day.At the 2015 Footballer of the Year fete that ended past midnight since Gor Mahia who hogged nominations were involved in a GOtv Shield semi-final, what social media wags who support the game or ‘wadau’ (stakeholders) as they style themselves call ‘look’ took precedence over celebrating the finest the SportPesa Premier League had to offer.Nominated and invited active players arrived in all-manner of gleaming, cheesy and on occasion, dapper outfits, ignorant of the the official black tie dress code as they fell over themselves to outshine each other in the fashion stakes.Gor Mahia midfielder, Khalid Aucho (left) receives his Midfielder of the Year runners-up trophy from SuperSport EA General Manager, Auka Gacheo. PHOTO/AFPTo maintain the ‘look’ that is; keeping up with the latest fashion trends, its no secret they spent an arm and a leg in purchasing designer wear and accessories with Gor midfielder, Khalid Aucho, turning up in gear or ‘swag’ straight from a CMYMB rap video.A day later, the 2015 AK Golden Gala rolled to town and the celebrated cast of Olympics, World, Commonwealth, African, World Youth, World Cross and World Marathon Majors winners gathered.In sticking to their humble nature, they turned up in running tracksuits (Cali World Youth team) or demure outfits before some changed into dress befitting the occasion, only this time, there was no screaming dyed hair that could be spotted in pitch darkness, crazy hairdos and blinding shiny clothes.As the disparity weighed on mind, a Facebook post from SuperSport head of camera operations Francis Ngira who posts as Ngira Okello Kimathi finally cranked the keyboard to action.“Wadau niwekeni sawa, mmesema hizi vitu, aquarium na rugged jeans ndio vitu zinamaliza Sing on fee na mshahara kidogo ya wacheza? Shamba, Insurance hizo in allergy?” (Stakeholders, make me understand, you claim, aquarium (designer sport shoes) and rugged jeans are the things exhausting signing on fees and wages for players? Are (investment) in land and insurance allergies?) He posed.The accompanying photo (as posted below)had designer footwear; shoes, socks and slacks local footballers are dying to ‘dunga’ (wear) as the lingo goes. -Accurate description-It was a sardonic but sadly accurate description of the typical fame-hungry and young SPL player, a group content with shining and earning adulation on home soil by ‘wadau’ with a sharp taste of fashion and living large representing a career zenith.Since Harambee Stars and Southampton midfield ace, Victor Wanyama left for Belgium as a teen and worked his way up to the prestigious Barclays English Premier League, there’s arguably no local player who has broken into-with any measure of success-to even the backwater leagues of Europe, the standard dream for many Kenyan young footballers.Julius Yego (left) receives a portrait of self from Sports Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Hassan Wario at the 2015 AK Gala Awards on December 10, 2015. PHOTO/AFPIn the middle of last season, Footballer of the Year Michael Olunga and Golden Boot winner, Jesse Were left for trials at Premier Soccer League side, Bidvest Wits that had desperate need for a forward but none cut the grade in South Africa.With their futures hanging in the air, it is important to note previous celebrated and glorified SPL stars such as Francis Ouma, George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo and Kevin Kimani have failed to turn local excellence into international product.To their credit, defenders Brian Mandela (Santos/Maritzburg United) and Gor hero David ‘Calabar’ Otieno (Zesco United), forward duo Allan Wanga (Azam FC) and Jacob Keli (Nkana FC) as well as midfielder Anthony Akumu (Al Khartoum) are few who have proved themselves outside the SPL cuckoo nest.If lavish domestic praise was a benchmark for success, they would be playing at Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Arsenal and their ilk.Overzealous emphasis in dressing to impress, limited ambition or the big fish in small pond mentality , lack of focus, believing in their own hype, poverty of effort, indiscipline and lifestyle excesses is the toxic cocktail restraining talented local footballers from flourishing into consummate and financially stable professionals.Tales of former top flight players living in abject poverty notwithstanding, for them what counts is living in the bubble of stardom fuelled by obliging cheerleaders that have spread like a virus since the advent of social media.2015 SPL top scorers, Jesse Were and Michael Olunga pose with the Golden Boot and runners-up trophy at the FOYA Awards. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaThere is no need to document how successful elite athletes, doping menace or not, have transformed the economy of an entire region with their earnings. They can afford to buy the ‘look’ from famed fashion houses in Milan, Paris, Dubai and USA but choose not to.True, just like footballers, they also ‘dunda’ (go out) and make merry during the off season but once training starts, luminaries such as David Rudisha, Ezekiel Kemboi, Julius Yego and Asbel Kiprop abandon their mansions to set up camp in single-room structures to bring glory to the nation and financial rewards to self way beyond the dreams of SPL stars.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares00002015 FOYA Awards winners pose for a group photo after the fete on December 9, 2015. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, December 18- Like any other latter day journalist will freely admit, social media has become a rich catchment of story ideas.Yours truly has not been spared as the industry shake-up continues evolving from the notebook, pen and typewriter era to the modern cyber age where one can pretty much spew anything from a desktop or smart phone keyboard.last_img read more

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How ID card identifies is a mystery

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsYou are identified as who you say you are because, of course, you don’t need ID in order to obtain this ID. All you need is “proof” that you live in the city. This can be established, proponents say, with a utility bill. This makes one wonder how they got utilities in their names in the first place. But let’s not go down that rabbit hole. The kicker is the glaring absence of gender identification – long one of the major clues to identity. However, with our freedom to be who and whatever we say we are, gender has to go. It is no more a permanent marker than hair color or weight. The thought behind leaving out gender was to avoid awkward situations for transgender people. You can easily understand how someone presenting themselves to the world as Ralph might not want to show ID while cashing a check that identifies him as a her, or her as him – as the case may be and as the case may change. Let’s skip a full analysis of the burning question of why the birth year is on the ID. Showing a birth year could well be a source of embarrassment in our ageist society. If they are trying to prevent ID leading to embarrassment, they must get rid of it. Other than weight, and the promise to respect you in the morning, nothing is less likely to be true. So, the great and burning question is just what this ID actually identifies? Frankly, I don’t know. The outrage, if one needs outrage, is why San Francisco is taking up presumably valuable time and money to create a card, a program and a bureaucracy that accomplishes nothing? Does this card, in any meaningful way, move the ball of liberty down the field? This seems to me to be about as valuable as a photo ID of a woman in a burka. Jonathan Dobrer, a professor of comparative religion at the American Jewish University in Bel-Air, blogs at insidesocal.com/friendlyfire. Write to him by e-mail at jondobrer@mac.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! UNSURPRISINGLY San Francisco is issuing official ID cards to anyone who lives there – legal, illegal or of uncertain status. These cards will not reference the individual’s place of birth, citizenship, legal status or (are you ready?) gender. The card will indicate a name, a birth date and it will have a photo. With this card the bearer will be able to open a bank account, get a library card and obtain municipal services. Presumably these would include Muni bus passes and BART cards, health, welfare and educational services. It is not clear if these cards would also serve to indemnify employers who hire workers so identified. Also unsurprisingly, this card is raising a lot of ire amongst people concerned about illegal immigration. My major concern, however, is that San Francisco makes the job of any satirist nearly impossible. This actual program, passed by the Board of Supervisors, is difficult to caricature. What does ID mean if basically nothing is identified? last_img read more

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Around Whittier

first_imgSOUTH WHITTIER – Los Angeles County will offer tiny tot classes for young children, beginning today at Adventure County Park, 10130 S. Gunn Ave. Classes for 4-year-olds will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through Wednesday, and classes for 3-year-olds will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursdays and Fridays. The fee is $2 per class. For more information, call (562) 698-7645. Hospital group to discuss activities WHITTIER – An overview on benefits for Life Connections members at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, 12401 Washington Blvd., will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday. The free lecture will discuss discount programs, trips, classes and events. For reservations, call (562) 698-0811, Ext. 2444. Medical lecture series planned WHITTIER – Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital will hold a five-week series of workshops for caregivers from 9 a.m. to noon, beginning Wednesday in the Flo and Frank L. Scott conference center, 12401 Washington Blvd. The cost is $15 for all five sessions. For reservations, call (562) 698-0811, Ext. 2444. Speaker to discuss veteran benefits WHITTIER – Frank Valencia will discuss benefits for veterans and their families at 1 p.m. Oct. 9 at Parnell Park, 15390 Lambert Road. For reservations, call (562) 464-3350. Meeting tackle domestic violence WHITTIER – Victoria Lewis Adams, head deputy district attorney of the Family Violence Division of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, will discuss domestic violence at the noon Oct. 10 meeting of Soroptimist International of Whittier at Friendly Hills Country Club, 8500 S. Villaverde Drive. Also speaking will be Charlisa Herriot, a victim-witness assistant with the District Attorney’s Office. The cost is $15. Reservations are due by Tuesday. Mail checks to Soroptimist International of Whittier, P.O.Box 468, Whittier, CA 90608-0468. For more information, call Diane Britton, (562) 696-6382. Theater group announces play WHITTIER – Grupo de Teatro Sinergia will perform “Rosa de Dos Aromas,” a comedy about two very different women who find common ground, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 in the Robinson Theatre of the Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts, 13406 Philadelphia St. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased now. For more information, call (562) 907-4912. City volunteers to be honored LA MIRADA – The city’s annual Volunteers in Action Awards reception will be held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, 14900 La Mirada Blvd. Individuals and organizations will be honored for their volunteer community service. The Volunteers in Action program was created in 1996 by a citizen task force appointed by the City Council to recognize volunteer efforts and encourage further volunteerism. For more information, call (562) 943-7277. – From staff reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Business info centre for Kruger Airport

first_img27 October 2009An information centre targeting local and international business tourists is to open at Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport next week.The Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (Mega) plans to use the centre to inform business owners about investment opportunities available in the province.“The purpose of this centre is to collect, consolidate and disseminate business-related information to local and international businesses that come in and out of the province through the airport,” Mega spokesperson Linah Ledwaba said in Nelspruit this week.Maximising potentialLedwaba said an estimated 25 000 people passed through the airport each month, which added up to around 300 000 visitors a year, half of whom were foreigners.Ledwaba said the centre would market Mpumalanga as an investment destination and international trade hub, and would link domestic suppliers, investors and buyers with their international counterparts.The centre is also expected to maximise potential stemming from the 2010 Fifa World Cup, especially because some games will be hosted at the Mbombela Stadium outside Nelspruit.Promoting business activityNational Federated Chamber of Commerce (Nafcoc) provincial CEO Twice Gweu welcomed the opening of the centre, saying that any initiative promoting business activity and the generation of income for aspiring business owners deserved support.He said the chamber would attend the opening, and would also discuss with Mega the possibility of operating similar centres in local municipalities to support small businesses in the province.“Nafcoc has 15 branches across the province,” he said. “Small business owners are free to use our offices, and we are ready to work with Mega to turn those into similar information centres.”Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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March Networks and Patriot One Announce Integrated Video and Covert Weapon Detection Solution

first_imgMarch Networks and Patriot One Technologies Inc., developer of a revolutionary weapons detection system, recently announced an integration that offers video-enabled covert weapon detection notifications to aid visual verification of potential threats and reconstruct incidents by providing clear video and data evidence to support investigations.By combining real-time covert weapon detection alerts with high-definition (HD) video, the integrated March Networks and Patriot One solution reportedly allows security professionals in corporate buildings, schools, airports, stadiums, transit hubs and other commercial and government facilities to respond more knowledgeably, and quickly, to potential threats. It also enables security organizations to cost-effectively track how often concealed weapons are present in the facilities they oversee, so they can determine whether further security measures are required.Using cognitive microwave radar technology embedded in a wall or stand-alone unit at a controlled access point, Patriot One’s PATSCAN™ CMR weapon detection radar and software system detects concealed handguns, and other types of weapons, and sends real-time alerts to an organization or its security partner. The system is ‘trained’ to the location during installation and continues to learn after full deployment, getting better and smarter at detecting hidden weapons with each screening.- Sponsor – With the integrated solution, organizations can receive the alerts via the PATSCAN CMR Software as a Service (SaaS) user interface along with video images captured by a March Networks video recording solution, so they can immediately see who the suspect is and where they are located. Security staff can then access real-time video from multiple surveillance cameras simultaneously using the March Networks system to track a suspect’s movements through a building or space, as required.In addition, the integrated solution also captures all the PATSCAN CMR alerts and associated video in March Networks Searchlight™ software, allowing organizations to conduct searches post-event and gather critical video and data evidence for further review or to share with law enforcement.March Networks Searchlight is a business intelligence software application that integrates HD video with transaction, radio frequency identification (RFID), analytics and other system data to deliver operational insights and awareness to customers. It is currently used by leading organizations to proactively identify theft and fraud, improve customer service, optimize workforce management, audit operations and track inventory more effectively.“We are excited to introduce this new integration with Patriot One, which leverages the capabilities of our video and business intelligence platform for this unique commercial application,” said Jeff Corrall, head of strategic partnerships, March Networks. “The integrated solution enables organizations to proactively address potential threats and improve operational awareness significantly using correlated video and data evidence.”“Integrating with March Networks and its video surveillance technology is an exciting new step for the introduction of our PATSCAN CMR covert weapon detection radar device and software solution,” said Dinesh Kandanchatha, president and CTO, Patriot One Technologies Inc. “We see great opportunities with this partnership as we roll out our technology around the globe.”March Networks will showcase the video-enabled covert weapons detection solution in Booth 4522 at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits, September 26-28, in Dallas, TX For more information, visit www.marchnetworks.com/asis-2017. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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Comcast Teams With Elemental Technologies to Stay Ahead of Netflix and Hulu

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… dan rowinski 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img Comcast is making its push against over-the-top content distributors like Netflix and Hulu. Today, it took another step towards evening the playing field by enlisting Elemental Technologies, a video processing company that specializes in sending content to tablets and smartphones. Comcast is one of the first cable companies to meaningfully compete in the content market, instead of being a “dumb pipe” operator. Comcast’s desire to be in the content business became apparent with its massive take over of NBC Universal approved last year. In terms of content monetization against the other operators like Verizon, AT&T or Time Warner, Comcast is now ahead of the curve.Included in this partnership is video management and publishing company thePlatform. Elemental and thePlatform are working together to bring more than 10,000 hours of Comcast/NBC Universal content to Comcast’s XFinity application on iOS devices. This move was not unexpected. NBC now has its own dedicated streaming application, just like ABC does with its ABC Player. The intrigue becomes apparent when you look at the XFinity streaming app in the context of Hulu Plus, which is reportedly looking to sell and has a number of possible suitors. Per its agreement with federal regulators when the NBC Universal takeover was granted, Comcast does not have a seat on Hulu’s board and has no say in decisions that happen at the company. It is unlikely that the Federal Trade Commission would allow Comcast to buy Hulu outright from the other network partners (Fox and ABC), so coming up with a robust streaming application of its own makes a lot of sense. “Because of Hulu and Netflix, Comcast has been incredibly agile for a $60 billion company,” said Sam Blackman, CEO of Elemental. For its part, Elemental is a company on the rise. It has been developing its IP-streaming product for years and is gaining steam in the era of the iPad. See the infographic to the right to see how closely correlated Elemental’s growth is to that of the iPad.Instead of being a CPU-intensive video processor, Elemental is primarily GPU (graphic processor unit) in its video processing, which makes it a lot more scalable than competitors that rely on CPU. Its technology allows content to be streamed across almost any device and over almost any bit-rate, making it very versatile and flexible. With the rise of IP content-streaming devices (like an actual Apple TV or Internet connected TVs), Elemental is only going to keep growing. Comcast is also a partner in the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem consortium that is developing UltraViolet, the digital rights management solution kicked off by the networks and studios. Elemental is not a partner in DECE but it is following UltraViolet closely and will be able to conform to the standards (Common File Format) that UltraViolet is creating. The question for Comcast is whether or not users will flock to the XFinity app like they have with Hulu and Netflix or even the ABC Player or HBO Go. This type of application was precisely what Comcast had in mind when it rebranded Comcast cable and Internet service to XFinity several years ago. Related Posts Tags:#Internet TV#news#web last_img read more

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[Reminder] Webinar — National Brands & Local Search: Use Insights to Drive Actions

first_img Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 [Reminder] Webinar — National Brands & Local Search: Use Insights to Drive ActionsYou are here: HomeDigital Marketing[Reminder] Webinar — National Brands & Local Search: Use Insights to Drive Actions Posted on 19th April 2017Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share With nearly one third of all mobile searches now related to location, the competition for visibility at the local level has heated up. Once a brand has submitted its data to data aggregators, then what? How can brands leverage performance metrics and data to measure their local search performance and take action on it?Join our SEO and local marketing experts for an in-depth look at the growth of location-oriented search, the key metrics every brand should track to measure local search performance, and the actions that can help improve your local performance. Register today for “National Brands & Local Search: Use Insights to Drive Actions,” produced by Digital Marketing Depot and sponsored by seoClarity.From our sponsors: [Reminder] Webinar — National Brands & Local Search: Use Insights to Drive Actionslast_img read more

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