Funding approved for Donegal school extension

first_imgDeele College in Raphoe is set to gain new classrooms under a building project which has been confirmed today.Funding has been approved for the post-primary Donegal ETB school to replace prefabs with permanent classrooms.Two new Metalwork/Engineering rooms are on the way to Deele College, while funding will also be used to build two special education needs base classrooms and general classrooms. Cllr Frank McBrearty, who has welcomed today’s funding announcement, said that the existing Metalwork/Engineering room at Deele will be decommissioned and replaced with a new technical drawing room.With the building project, the school will be able to remove five prefabs that have been in use for a number of years.“This will be a great boost for the school; teachers and most importantly the growing number of students which attend Deele College,” Cllr McBrearty said.Funding approved for Donegal school extension was last modified: May 13th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:deele college raphoelast_img read more

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Captain Smith steps down after record-setting career

first_img6 March 2014Graeme Smith stepped down from test cricket after 109 matches in charge of the Proteas, as Australia handed South Africa their first series defeat in five years by winning the third test at Newlands on Wednesday.Australia’s 245-run victory was far from easy and almost didn’t happen as the Proteas put up stiff resistance before losing their final two wickets in the last five overs of the day.The Aussies continued their renaissance with a 2-1 series victory over the world’s number one ranked team, following on from their 5-0 Ashes whitewash of England, but South Africa remained comfortably ensconced at number one, with Australia moving above India to second place, in the International Cricket Council rankings.‘A wonderful series’“It has been a wonderful series,” Smith said in a post-match interview on the field. “It has been wonderful for the game of test cricket. I have always had huge respect for the game and it is great to see it in a good place, especially in a test format.”“What a series! What a summer for the Australian team,” said Aussie captain Michael Clarke of their roller-coaster 2-1 victory.The bigger story, though, was not Australia’s win but Smith’s last match in a test career that began in March 2002. He retired as the most capped captain in test history and as the captain who oversaw the most victories, 53, four more than Ricky Ponting, who is second on the list.Captaincy recordUnder Smith, the Proteas won a record 30 tests at home, while Smith’s 23 wins away equals the record held by the West Indies’ Clive Lloyd.Smith was at his best in the second innings of matches when chasing a victory. Nobody in history scored more than his 1 141 runs in fourth innings wins, and no one averaged more in those matches than the burly left-hander’s hugely impressive 87.76. His four centuries in successful run chases is also a record.Newlands“This is the place where I wanted to retire. It is where it all began for me many, many years ago and the Newlands faithful and the people of Cape Town have been so supportive of me … When I look at this stadium I have had so many wonderful memories here, so if just felt like the perfect place to finish my career,” Smith said of his decision to retire after the Newlands test.“If I think back from a batting perspective, when I started my professional career, I think in my first two seasons every commentator or journalist commentated on my style of batting and grip and said I was never going to make it. To finish playing my career with 17-odd thousand runs in all three formats is something that I am extremely proud of. That took a lot of determination and a lot of mental strength and a huge effort.“From a leadership perspective, to have been in the job as long as I have, to have as many victories, and to have shared a dressing room with so many terrific players and coaches over the years, is certainly a dream come true,” Smith added. “I didn’t think I would ever have achieved the heights that I did.”Number oneOn taking South Africa to the number one position in test cricket, Smith said: “When you’re [a captain at the age of] 22, there is a lot of growth that has to happen. It took me a few years to figure out what the team needed.“To have the number one bowlers in the world, to have some of the top batsmen in the world, and being a part of an environment where you see these guys come in and be successful, is hugely rewarding as a captain.”Reflecting on the direction the team has taken, he said: “The culture within the squad is something that I have been very proud of, and being able to grow the Protea culture and seeing the guys take it from strength to strength is something that I am proud of.”‘Amazing player, fantastic leader’Australian captain Michael Clarke showed his appreciation for Smith’s contribution to cricket, saying: “He’s been an amazing player for a long time and a fantastic leader, and somebody that I have certainly looked up to.“The game is a sadder place for Graeme retiring. I think he deserves a lot of credit for what he has achieved, where he has got South Africa to, and to be able to keep them at number one for such a long period of time.”International Cricket Council praiseInternational Cricket Council (ICC) CEO Dave Richardson paid tribute to Smith in a statement, saying: “On behalf of the ICC, we congratulate Graeme Smith on his retirement following a very impressive and successful international career.“Graeme featured in a number of memorable matches for South Africa and led his country in a world record 109 tests, as well as 150 One-Day Internationals. He will no doubt go down in cricket’s history as one of its most respected captains and opening batsmen.“Batting at the top of the order is not an easy job, but his determination to succeed is reflected in his career statistics and record of success, particularly in leading South Africa to the top of the yest rankings,” Richardson said.“The way he matured as a captain, encouraged his side to play hard but fair, be humble in both victory and defeat, was a great example to all.”Career statisticsDuring his career, Smith played 117 test matches, scoring 9 265 runs at 48.25, with 27 centuries and 38 fifties, plus 169 catches and eight wickets to his name. He finished his career 12th on the all-time list of run scorers in tests.He also played in 197 limited-overs internationals, making 6 989 runs at 37.98, with 10 centuries and 47 fifties, and bagged 105 catches and 18 wickets.last_img read more

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S-noilite® 23″ 58cm Long Layer Wavy Full Wigs Pink Synthetic Hair Curly Anime Wig Cosplay Party Heat Resitant, Nice wig colour is a nice shade of pink good

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Taking property without just compensation

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Evin Bachelor, Law Fellow, Ohio State University Extension Agricultural and Resource Law ProgramA property owner may bring a claim in federal court under the Fifth Amendment when the government has violated the Takings Clause by taking property without just compensation. This case involved a township ordinance requiring all cemeteries to be held open and accessible to the general public during daylight hours. A property owner with a small family graveyard was notified that she was violating the ordinance. The property owner filed suit in state court arguing that the ordinance constituted a taking of her property, but did not seek compensation. The township responded by saying it would withdraw the notice of violation and not enforce the ordinance against her. The state court said that the matter was therefore resolved, but the property owner was not satisfied with that decision. She decided to bring a takings claim in federal court.Before this decision, there was a roadblock to bringing such claim. Lower courts had read a previous Supreme Court decision to say that if a state or local government commits a taking, the property owner would first have to seek a remedy through the state’s adverse condemnation procedure before going to federal court. But in doing so, the property owner would actually not have a chance to bring the claim in federal court because the federal court would have to give full faith and credit to the state court decision. At first, that seemed like what would happen to the property owner because the state court had decided that the issue was moot since the township had agreed not to enforce the ordinance against her. But the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the property owner by taking the rare action of overruling its prior precedent. Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, was not an Ohio court case, but rather one that made its way all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court.The final opinion handed down by the justices is certainly important, but it is also notable for Ohio because the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) submitted an amicus brief in support of the property owner through its legal counsel, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease, LLP of Columbus. The brief cited examples in Ohio showing that the Supreme Court’s prior precedent was causing problems for Ohio property owners by limiting their access to federal courts in Fifth Amendment takings claims. OFBF has noted that this was the first time it had submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court.last_img read more

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Facebook Tests Pinterest-Style Feature Called ‘Collections’

first_img Pinterest Marketing As you can see, I’m prompted to add it to one of my Collections. I can either add it to one of the few that are pre-populated for me, or create a new Collection. When I add my reason for collecting it and click “Save,” the item becomes visible on my Facebook Timeline, as you can see below. Topics: Watch out, Pinterest. Facebook may be dishing out a little bit of competition. In case you were a little bit off the grid because of the Columbus Day holiday, on Monday the social network began testing a new feature called ‘Collections,’ which allows marketers to add “Want” or “Collect” buttons to news feed posts about products. According to TechCrunch, these posts save and share products to a “Wishlist” on Facebook users’ profiles, and feature a “Buy” button that users can click on to make purchases offsite. Facebook is testing the feature with 7 retail partners — Pottery Barn, Wayfair, Victoria’s Secret, Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus, Smith Optics, and Fab.com.Sounds a little bit like Pinterest, now doesn’t it? While Facebook claims the new feature is unrelated to the popular pinning site, we can’t help but think that Facebook is trying to nab a piece of the Pinterest pie. In the very least, it’s a noteworthy little blow.How Collections WorkAccording to Facebook, Collections posts can be discovered in users’ news feeds, and “people will be able to engage with these collections and share things they are interested in with their friends.”While only the 7 participating retailers can create a Collections post, 100% of Facebook users are able to interact with the posts. But with Facebook testing out different versions of the new feature, users may notice 1 of the 3 following call-to-action copy variations for the button that gets overlaid on the participating retailers’ Collections posts, showing each variation to a third of Facebook users to optimize for engagement:”Want”: adds the product to a Timeline section of a user’s profile called “Wishlist””Collect”: adds the item to a Collection called “Products””Like”: a special version of the standard “Like” button that also adds the item to “Products”But here’s the catch: While Collections are free for business pages to use, they’re only visible to the page’s fans. In other words, if I visit Pottery Barn’s page and I’m not a fan, I won’t see any of Pottery Barn’s Collections posts. I have to “Like” the page in order to see these types of posts.I decided to test these out for myself. You’ll notice in the examples below, I’m part of the third of Facebook users who is seeing the second copy variation, “Collect.”Here’s what happens when, as a fan, I click “Collect” on one of the items in Pottery Barn’s collection: Originally published Oct 10, 2012 9:00:00 AM, updated October 20 2016center_img Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack I also have the option of changing my preferences for who can see the post. In the image above, it’s visible onto to me, but I can change this so that the post is visible to the public, friends, friends of friends, or members of specific people, lists, or networks I belong to. And if a user clicks on the “Antler Outdoor Pillow” link, they’re taken to the individual Pottery Barn post with the price, as seen below: Marketing TakeawayAny additional Facebook features meant to help marketers is obviously a win, and it’s easy to see how this one will be beneficial to retail and ecommerce marketers, even more so if Facebook decides to make promotion of Collections posts available in its advertising tool.That being said, the fact that Collections posts are only visible to Facebook fans also makes it critical for business pages using the feature to build up their fan base in order to get users to collect, share, and click through to their product pages.As for a possible Pinterest downfall? Who knows. From the marketer’s perspective, the new Facebook feature may offer a way to appeal to users who don’t have the desire to join a new social network like Pinterest but are still interested in curating their interests on a site they already frequent, like Facebook. Sounds like a marketing win to me!What do you think of Facebook’s new Collections? Will you experiment with it for your business page once Facebook rolls it out to all business pages?Image Credit: pj_vanflast_img read more

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How Inbound Marketing Aligns With the New Purchase Loop

first_imgIn 1898, Elias St. Elmo Lewis developed the Purchase Funnel, the now familiar pathway customers travel from consideration to purchase. There are four steps in the process that have always been integral to every CMO’s approach to marketing: Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action. conducted by Latitude found Awareness Desire Inbound Marketing – At this stage, the consumer moves from initial interest to a research mentality to gain an understanding of the broad fundamentals in order to make a purchase the consumer can feel good about. on which they would find a whitepaper on, say, marketing automation – This step is an exponential progression from the Interest stage. The person moves from a “nice to have” mentality to a “must have” mentality. – A person becomes aware of the product either through advertising or the recommendation of a friend. the internet was integral to the process for three quarters of respondents. With that finding, one has to call into question the millions of dollars brands spend to “build awareness” when, clearly, every other medium is more heavily relied upon. Akin to the second step in the loop, this third step sees our vacationer understanding there are certain home safety-related steps they must take before they leave town. They know they need to inform their neighbors; they know they need to make sure their home alarm system is in working order; they know they need to arm themselves with home safety-related information — so after having downloaded and read your whitepaper, they would be receptive to the follow-up Image credits: The Role of Inbound Marketing – A piece of information, a news story, an article, or a friend’s recommendation acts as a catalyst, giving the consumer a reason to start looking into things the person wants or needs. – Following purchase, the consumer uses and experiences the purchase to decide how he or she feels. At this stage, they might post a product review or share their experience with friends. Topics: – The person puts desire into action and makes a purchase decision. The study identified six behavioral or mental states a buyer experiences when considering a purchase. effective SEO strategies Realized Want or Need inbound marketing 1) Openness ), but if they read an article about how the best way to hide things is in plain sight (or in places no one would ever think to look), they might become more open to the idea of considering such a product. 5) Research and Vetting linear — that a person can bounce from one stage to another as they make their way to final purchase. 4) Seeking Ideas and Inspiration This new purchase consideration track takes into consideration a person’s emotions, and understands the process How do you think the new purchase loop changes the way marketers do their jobs? program in place that generated SEO-friendly content which allows you to present a need, and also conveniently slip in a mention of your cheap but very effective solution. Here the vacationer realizes they will, in fact, be buying certain home safety products before they leave for vacation. Because you have determined their predilection for home safety products through the previous information they requested, you can offer them So, how does a marketer realign their tactics to better align with this new purchase consideration cycle? Put simply, your brand needs to be there when someone comes looking for a solution to the problem or need you serve. Let’s address what you as a CMO must have in place in each of the six stages when potential customers start looking. come into play. The person probably hasn’t come to the conclusion they need an electric socket that doubles and a place to hide valuables, but they do have general home safety concerns and don’t want their valuables at risk if their house is broken into while away. So they will be seeking broader home safety advice, and you want to be there via the right keywords, with a link to a product information page, blog post or Reliance on television, without surprise, has practically fallen off the map in terms of being a useful medium during the consideration process. 6) Post-Purchase Evaluation and Expansion email you would send them Openness The Purchase Funnel Learning and Education At this stage, a potential customer might not even know they need your product or service. But they are open to suggestions if they can be convinced there is a need. For example, a person may not know they need an electric socket that’s actually a security drawer to hide valuable items (yes, a product like that exists 2) Realized Want or Need – Here the consumers gathers information to support feelings of purchase intent. Options are compared, deals are sought, prices are compared, and reviews are read all to determine personal associations with the brand. Post-Purchase Evaluation and Expansion The 6 Behavioral and Mental States Involved in the New Purchase Loop 87% of consumers now travel a less linear, more complex pathway to final purchase. Because they bought from you and because they are in your Seeking Ideas and Inspiration progressive profiling on your landing pages Action – After having been made aware of the product or service and determining its relevance, the person expresses interest. Interest customized, relevant information – Here, the consumer seeks a solid reason to look for, notice, and keep track of examples, thought-starters, and motivators surrounding the product in question in order to take the next step. Here, because our vacationer seeks a solid reason to look for, notice, and keep track of examples, thought-starters, and motivators surrounding the idea of home safety, additional content assets would be helpful. Think things like case studies or testimonials from customers who had the misfortune of having their house broken into but, because they had your nifty electric socket hideaway, didn’t lose any of their valuables. And you would be able to send better targeted content assets, because you used The Top Ten Home Safety Concerns When Going on Vacation. How would they come to this conclusion? By reading a piece of content that addressed home safety — like a blog post with the five steps one should take before they leave for a month-long vacation. And how would they find this information? They’d find it from you, because as CMO, you would have an to deliver them information on the additional home safety products you offer, such as the in-wall oven that’s actually a heavy duty safe. Okay, that’s not actually a real product. At least not to my knowledge. recent study It’s extremely important to note that these six stages do not always occur in linear order. Rather, they align with the differing and not always logical state of human emotions that come into play during a purchase decision. But with proper inbound marketing tactics applied to each of the six stages, you’ll be well positioned to address the needs of your target audience, convert them into leads and, ultimately, into customers to drill down into what the vacationer’s more specific pain points were. lead management system In each of the six stages, the internet far outweighed all other media used during the purchase consideration process. In every stage except post-purchase, such as a report on the cost benefit analysis of various home safety products. Your product being the best choice for their needs — needs which you’ve gotten to know over the course of your interactions with them — leads to a purchase of your product. landing page isn’t Just 29% report relying on the medium even at the earliest stage. Research and Vetting Originally published Feb 8, 2013 2:00:00 PM, updated October 20 2016 – Consumers experience a receptiveness to new or better experiences, which results from pre-existing interest in or curiosity about a category or topic area. At this stage, it can be a conscious or unconscious desire for a brand. The study also took a look at the types of media used during each stage of the process. At this point, the person heading off on that month long vacation to Belize may have come to the realization that there are home safety concerns with which to contend. So they run off to Google and type in “home safety.” This is where While this purchase funnel has served marketers well over the years, a (since you collected their email address on the landing page) which offered another whitepaper or report that further explained the importance of home safety, and the steps they could take to achieve it. About.com Latitude Study , you can continue to market to them using 3) Learning and Education Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlacklast_img read more

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22 Influencer Marketing Ideas From Influential Marketers [Infographic]

first_img Topics: Originally published May 26, 2014 7:00:00 PM, updated October 02 2019 In the beginning, the concept of influencer marketing was really simple: Make friends with the most respected people in your community and they, in turn, would talk about you in a positive way and (ideally) recommend you to potential customers looking for the service or product you offer.This concept is not new. In fact, it dates back to ancient Rome, when power was heavily dominated by the senatorial class, particularly a small group of noble families. If you wanted to advance in the Roman Empire, you needed the influence of a select few to make your business thrive. The favor of one high-ranking aristocrat could make you a very wealthy person.Download Our Guide to Influencer Marketing EssentialsFast forward 2,000 years and the concept of influencer marketing hasn’t changed that much — just in scope and scale of influencer opportunities.We’ve known all along how important influencer marketing is in shaping the opinions and behaviors of our ideal customer. The challenge for most has been how to cultivate a tribe of influencers to make an impact in your business.To find out more about this powerful form of marketing and to illustrate influencer marketing in action, I decided to collaborate with Barry Feldman and ask 22 of the most influential marketers around for their best influencer marketing ideas.The resulting infographic from my team at Placester is a treasure trove of tips and insight that you can start using today to grow your influence on the web.Just remember: influencer marketing is all about relationships. When done right, those relationships can become the best advocates for you and your brand. They can shape the opin­ions and behav­iors of your target audience before that audience even speaks to you. The key is knowing who your ideal customer is, how they buy, and who can influence them during that process. Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Influencer Marketinglast_img read more

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Data Proving Your Work BFF Is the Best [Infographic]

first_img98Save Work Relationship Statistics46% believe friendships with coworkers make them happier. (Tweet This Stat)51% stay in touch with former colleagues. (Tweet This Stat)For 18-24 year-olds, friendships in the workplace make them feel: happy (57%), motivated (50%), productive (39%). (Tweet This Stat)33% of millennials vs. 5% of baby boomers think socializing with colleagues helps them move up the career ladder. (Tweet This Stat)18% of professionals say that friendships with colleagues make them more competitive in their careers. (Tweet This Stat) Got your own work BFF? Send this to them to see if they agree with the stats! Topics: Originally published Jul 11, 2014 12:00:00 PM, updated February 01 2017 Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlackcenter_img We’ve all heard the saying that “it’s not what you know, but who you know.”While “who you know” can help you get your foot in the door or your resume at the top of the pile during the job search, it’s also crucial to being happy once you get the job. According to LinkedIn’s Relationships @Work Study, having strong personal relationships with our coworkers is essential for a happy, productive, and fulfilling professional life.LinkedIn created the following infographic to highlight some of the major findings from their study. Take a look at the infographic to learn more about how workplace relationships impact our professional lives. (And don’t forget to share it with your workplace BFFs.)98Save Office Politicslast_img read more

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Buyer Persona: Defined in a Single GIF

first_img Buyer Personas When you’re first starting out with inbound, it’s really easy to get carried away with all the things you want to accomplish. Blog about all the things! Build all the landing pages! Send all the emails! Schedule all the tweets!In reality, there’s one huge, super important thing you need to do before doing any of the above: You need to build buyer personas.Download Our Free Buyer Persona Guide + Templates  Not sure what they are or how to build them? You’re in luck. The GIF below will quickly walk you through the buyer persona basics, so you can get on to actually doing all the inbound things you’ve been itching to do.60Save Originally published Dec 13, 2014 8:00:00 AM, updated July 28 2017 Topics:center_img 60Save Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlacklast_img read more

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Do You Really Need That Exclamation Point? [Flowchart]

first_img543Save Writing Skills Writing for the web isn’t easy. Sure, you want to get your point across. That’s a given.But what you really want is to spark people’s interest, engage their emotions, maybe even generate some real excitement about the stuff you’re writing about. Heck, you’re excited about it. Is it so much to ask that others might get excited, too?Not at all. But we as writers tend to get into trouble when we try to make punctuation do the job that words are supposed to do. Words are what we should use to get our readers excited about our content, not punctuation. That’s what language is for, after all. It’s an amazing tool for communicating ideas, conveying emotion, and yes, even stoking the fires of excitement in others. Download 6 Free Blog Post Templates NowThe trouble is, words are hard work. Even professional writers struggle to find the right words when we want to persuade, to energize, to goad others into action. So it’s not too surprising that we often fall back on using punctuation to lend us a hand. But it’s a trap. And exclamation marks are the biggest trap of them all. Overused all over the web, these hardworking little symbols are the smiley faces of the punctuation world. We rely on them far too heavily when what we really need to do is go back to our words and try to make them convey more precisely what we’re trying to say.Don’t ask punctuation to do a word’s job, is what we’re saying. It dilutes your message, makes you look unprofessional, and leaves you with nowhere to go when you actually do need an exclamation mark. But how’s a web writer to know when an exclamation mark is actually called for? Well, to start, you could use the handy flow chart below (written by me and designed by Tyler Littwin).(Click here to enlarge the image.)543Save Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlackcenter_img Topics: Originally published Jan 23, 2015 6:00:00 AM, updated August 25 2017last_img read more

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