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WIN A FREE ‘TURBO’ GOODIE BAG FROM CENTURY CINEMAS

first_imgTurbo promises to be one of the hit movies of the year and it’s coming to cinemas soon.The cool Turbo goodie bag!Donegal Daily has teamed up with Century Cinemas to give one lucky reader a super-cool goodie bag featuring some of the coolest Turbo gifts.The goodie bag includes: Spoke CharmsFridge MagnetYo-YoDigital Watch EarphonesMemo BoardT-shirtThe prize could easily be yours. All you have to do is to email the answer of our simple question to [email protected] The question is ‘What type of creature is Turbo?’You have until 9pm tonight to email your answer to [email protected] and we will publish the winner tomorrow morning. The best of luck to all Turbo fans – now book your tickets for the movie!WIN A FREE ‘TURBO’ GOODIE BAG FROM CENTURY CINEMAS was last modified: October 2nd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Century Cinemasfree goodie bagTurbolast_img read more

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Jordy Smith edged in Mr Price Pro final

first_img8 July 2013 Semi-finalsThe Australian contingent proved dominant on the final day of competition, with Stu Kennedy and Mitch Crews reaching the semi-finals and placing equal third. Stop number three of eight on the ASP Prime Series culminated with the most anticipated match-up of this year’s competition, with event standouts, Smith and Wilson, living up to expectations with inspired performances in front of a capacity crowd. ‘A big result for me’“Jordy and Julian have been standouts all event and there’s not much you can do when they’ve got you. This is a big result for me and I hope to continue my run and get a bunch more results to make the tour next year.” Wilson is the second Australian to win the event since Chris Davidson in 2008. He pocketed R407 500 (US$40 000) for the win and also rocketed to world number in the ASP World Rankings. “I’m really happy to get the win,” Wilson said of his 18.93 to 16.70 victory over Smith. “It’s my third time in Durban and I’ve gotten a good result each time. Nonetheless, he rocketed from world number 53 to 31 and will be looking to climb the ladder in the hope of qualifying for the World Championship Tour in 2014. ‘Pressure’“Jordy put the pressure on me at the start, but there were plenty of opportunities and I just had to flip the heat and put some scores on the board,” Wilson said. “That was the first time I’ve landed that air in a contest and I had to do something because I had my back against the wall. I’m stoked I could pull it off and come away with the win.” ‘A great place’“I really enjoy spending time here. It’s a great place, with friendly people, where I feel warm and comfortable. It definitely helps with my results.” Crews showed plenty of big match temperament in his semi-final clash with Wilson. Yet despite producing a full repertoire of manoeuvres, Crews was unable to find the near perfect score he needed to beat the polished and more experienced Wilson.center_img Kennedy suffered a case of nerves against Smith in their semi-final match up. Feeling the pressure against the local favourite, Kennedy went for big turns, but was uncharacteristically not able to stick them. Australian Julian Wilson defeated South African surfing star Jordy Smith in a memorable, high-scoring final to capture the Mr Price Pro Ballito on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast on Saturday. Dream runSmith had a dream run through to the final with a string of quality performances and high scores as he defeated Aritz Aranburu in the quarterfinals and Stu Kennedy in the semi-finals. Unfortunately for the South African, it was not the dream finish he’d hoped for. He nonetheless took home R207 500 (US$20 000) and the number two position in the world rankings. “I’m really happy to get all the way to the semis and to surf against Julian,” said Crews, who climbed from 39th to 27th in the world rankings with the win. Knowing he needed something extraordinary to take the win, Wilson put everything on the line, completing an extremely critical Alley Oop aerial manoeuvre to score the first perfect 10 of this year’s competition. Following up with an 8.93 slob grab reverse aerial, Wilson cemented his win over the local favourite. “It was an honour to surf in the final against Julian, I’m just sorry I didn’t win it,” said Smith, the winner of the event in 2010. “Julian stuck that air and it was amazing. I went on a trip to Reunion with him and he tried it a million times and didn’t make it and then he goes into the final and sticks it first time!” While Smith assumed an early lead to put Wilson in a combination situation (needing a combination of two scores) with his 7.67 and 8.83 (out of ten) scores, it was Wilson’s high-risk approach that was rewarded. SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Better Mobile Ads Won’t Fix Facebook’s Mobile Problem

first_imgSorry, Facebook shareholders, but your company won’t succeed in mobile until it can engage participants with ads.Initial reaction to Facebook’s new mobile-ad network yesterday was upbeat, with some generously describing the beta test as a new way to make money without irritating Facebook members.Facebook will deliver ads to its members based on their preferences, even when they’re using apps other than Facebook on their mobile devices.The news closely follows Facebook’s decision earlier this month to open its Facebook Exchange advertising program to more advertisers.Reaction to that move also has been positive, but fans are myopic here. More than $1 billion was spent on mobile advertising in 2011, but it generates low profits for publishers including Facebook because the ads are cheap to buy and don’t result in sufficient conversions.In Facebook’s latest moves, it is tackling ways to put relevant ads before its members’ eyes, which is fine as far as it goes. But these two tactics don’t address the most attractive aspect of Facebook for advertisers — its ability to enage people, ideally leading to ad conversions.“Watching (Facebook) push display ads to people seems akin to buying an iPhone 5 to use as a paperweight,” said SocialTwist President, Sanjiv Agrawal, who was formerly Google’s head of product marketing.“From an advertiser’s perspective, the [new mobile platforms are] a brilliant forum for engaging and sharing with their customers,” said Agrawal. But Facebook will miss its “best trick” if it stops with pushing ads. It needs to perfect “how to convert these customers into willing advocates for their products and brands.”J.T. Hroncich, president of Capitol Media Solutions, said Facebook will ultimately lag behind Twitter in mobile-ad revenue growth simply because Twitter has long been optimized for mobile, making it more effective at mobile conversions. Hroncich predicted Facebook will follow Google’s travails, watching mobile ads “cannibalize their site advertising at a lower margin since mobile ads are considerably cheaper.”In other words, more-effective targeting of Facebook mobile ads across apps and mobile Web properties is a good start for solving Facebook’s mobile problem, but it’s not the solution. Related Posts A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit dave copeland The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videoscenter_img Tags:#Facebook#web Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verificationlast_img read more

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Woman BJP MLA alleges harassment by police in M.P.

first_imgA woman BJP MLA on Tuesday broke down in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly, claiming that she and her family members were being harassed by the police at the behest of a senior leader of her own party. During zero hour, MLA Neelam Abhay Mishra stood up and said that the Rewa district police were trying to frame her and her family members in false cases, and sought security cover.‘Biased manner’ The Rewa Superintendent of Police was acting in a biased manner against her and her family at the behest of a powerful BJP leader, a tearful Ms. Mishra alleged. The MLA, who represents the Simaria seat in Rewa district, also said that she would not contest the coming Assembly elections. Opposition Congress members were prompt in supporting her, saying if a ruling party MLA was feeling helpless, one could imagine the plight of the common people. Speaker Sitasharan Sharma asked Home Minister Bhupendra Singh to reply to Ms. Mishra’s allegations. The Minister announced that she and her family would be provided security. However, Ms. Mishra was not consoled by the statement. She and her family were being hounded which should stop, and they should not be implicated in false cases, she demanded.‘No wrongful action’ The Home Minister assured her that he will talk to the SP and ensure that no wrongful action was taken against anybody. The MLA, however, remained dissatisfied and stepped into the well of the House. Congress members shouted “shame, shame” and “tyranny will not be tolerated”.last_img read more

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