When Patrick Howard discusses people’s expectations for how, when and where they pay their bills and engage with companies, he repeatedly invokes one word: choice.Consumers face daily time constraints, so they want convenience, speed and flexibility both in how they are billed and how they pay. They expect those experiences to be immediate and intuitive, and they expect their providers to know them and anticipate ways to help them.Their preferences can change from month to month, with a consumer choosing to pay by phone to avoid a late charge and then through a billing organization’s website. They want immediate confirmation of payment and access to an archive of past transactions.Put simply, people expect freedom of choice, and if billing organizations can meet that single expectation in all its forms and across every touchpoint, they’ll have a competitive advantage, Howard, a Fiserv vice president, said. If they fall short, they’ll experience the downside of choice. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
415 SportsLogos.Net 14,762 posts Discogod 382 2,511 posts Sign in to follow this Share on other sites Share on other sites Link to post 1,690 posts Members 415 Location:West Coast 382 Share this post Share on other sites “Name that Blue” Game 0 All Activity Share this post 677 TruColor Share this post 12,787 posts 1,450 BrianLion 1,585 677 Members 1,450 2,511 posts 5,926 posts 1,585 317 Share this post 0 BrianLion mattb6 Location:Florida By BrianLion, November 26, 2013 in Sports Logo News 7,532 posts 16,001 Link to post TornadoGTS Location:DETROIT Location:Ohio wonderbread All Activity Location:Burnsville, MN Share on other sites 8,685 Members I played a few of them.Terrible game.Some of those are just flat-out incorrect.That’s why I’ve been getting some wrong “Name that Blue” Game 2,286 posts 16,001 Members Pretty fun game trying to guess the colors of NFL and NHL teams (as well as some tech companies)http://namethatblue.com/?nfl-teamsIt’s pretty addicting. If this is old, please close the thread Sign in to follow this Recommended Posts Some of the colors are off/outdated but its pretty fun.Im just a little thrown off that I had to pick between Denver and San Diego even though they technically have the exact same Navy. UC! 1,450 Share this post Posted November 26, 2013 Share on other sites Link to post Members 0 Link to post Members tigerslionspistonshabs Posted November 26, 2013 1,005 Posted November 26, 2013 Winnipeg Jets always got me. Go To Topic Listing Share this post Link to post 382 Resolutely analogue Location:Pennsylvania 1,005 Location:detroit Banned Posted November 26, 2013 Link to post NFL was pretty easy, I got 48/50NHL 41/50 Location:Birmingham, UK Share this post 16,001 Posted November 26, 2013 Forums Home Share this post Share this post 4,667 posts Posted November 26, 2013 BrianLion 0 Share on other sites Members 49/50 on the NFL, fairly easy, 31/50 on NHL, obviously don’t know that as well, and then a 39/50 on the Tech ones. 8,685 1,005 Posted November 26, 2013 BrianLion Posted November 26, 2013 1,450 317 48/50 NFL, 43/50 NHL. oldschoolvikings Share on other sites oldschoolvikings Share on other sites 0 Sports Logo News Followers 1 415 0 Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers Link to post Link to post 46/50 for the NHL, which surprised me. Only 31/50 for the NFL, though, and I was 7/15 on the NBA when the damned thing froze up. 677 Location:DC area 567 TruColor Sports Logo News mattb6 Members 0 “Name that Blue” Game TornadoGTS Posted November 26, 2013 8,685 5,835 posts wonderbread Pretty fun game trying to guess the colors of NFL and NHL teams (as well as some tech companies)http://namethatblue.com/?nfl-teamsIt’s pretty addicting. If this is old, please close the threadi was a lot worse with the NHL than the NFL, 42/50 for NFL, 28/50 for NHL 1,585 phutmasterflex 0 Discogod SportsLogos.Net 0 Posted November 26, 2013 0 I played a few of them.Terrible game.Some of those are just flat-out incorrect. WSU151 1,450 Link to post Sports Logos I got 47 out of 50 in the NFL, but of the three I got wrong, I think I was right and they were off Share this post WSU151 phutmasterflex Share this post 567 Members Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE Posted November 26, 2013 tigerslionspistonshabs 567 Members 17,487 posts 1,450 Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. Location:Pennsylvania Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites 1 Forums Home Followers 1 Sports Logos 317
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Champions Trophy Quarter-Finals:Maree Out despite good performance against TempleogueMaree 73 Templeogue 86Maree Top Scorers: Cathal Finn 18, Paulius Peldzius 13, Kenneth Hansberry 12Templeogue Top Scorers: Michael Bonaparte 34, Stephen James 18, Paul Cummins 15.HT: Maree 36, Templeogue 43 *Report Basketball Irelandprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Women’s Division One Playoff Semi-Finals: Ulster Rockets posed the toughest challenge of the season to NUIG Mystics in the penultimate game but ultimately exited the Women’s Division One playoffs on the wrong side of a 68-58 scoreline. Breda Dick’s side were nine points clear at one point in the third quarter before succumbing to a high press and extra pressure on Emma O’Connor.O’Connor scored 16 points in the first half but was restricted by a box-and-one defence with Siobhan Kilkenny and Ailish O’Reilly going to work and forcing the turnovers that brought about a 19-point swing and victory for Mystics.“That was as hard as it’s been for us,” said Head Coach Mike Murray. “They were ready for us and they shot the ball really well. We haven’t had a game where we’ve had to come back so it shows good character from us so I was pleased about that.”NUIG Mystics: A O’Reilly 15, S Kilkenny 21, L Murray, M Fahy 9, M Gilcrease. Substitutes: H Coen, E Smyth, D O’Shea, C Connaire, A O’Neill, L Cunningham, R Hansberry.Ulster Rockets: N Rafferty 13, C O’Neill, A Maguire 12, C McGrath, E O’Connor 21. Substitutes: E Palmer, L Donnelly, M Deery, N Smye, S Daly.HT: NUIG Mystics 28, Ulster Rockets 32 NUIG Mystics 68, Ulster Rockets 58
Junior Interprovincial Series, Enniskillen RFC, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh 30/4/2016Ulster vs ConnachtConnacht’s Dylan Carpenter in a ruckMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson Connacht Team1 Conor Mason (Ballina)2 John Keaveney (Ballina)3 Adam Bourke (Westport)4 Chris Ryan (Westport)5 Liam Scahill (Westport) – Captain6 Roy Stanley (NUIG)7 Stephen Joyce (Monivea)8 Lorcan Laheen (Monivea)9 Dylan Carpenter (Westport)10 Ross Keller (Ballinasloe)11 Kevin Corcoran (Westport)12 David Mc Donagh (Connemara) – Vice Captain13 Matthew Mannion (Monivea)14 David Brunker (Ballina)15 Chris O’Neill (Ballina)16 Joe O’Connor (Westport) Hooker17 Cormac Groden (Westport) Prop18 Eugene Conroy (Connemara) Prop19 Eddie Dunning (Westport)20 Mickey Murphy (Ballina)21 Ian Heanue (Connemara)22 Coleman Maher (Monivea)23 Michael Macken (Ballyhaunis)24 Rory Cosgrove (Tuam)25 Cathal Dempsey (Tuam)26 Sean Tobin (Westport)27 Liam Griffith (Claremorris) print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Kickoff in Richmond is at 2.30pm on Saturday the 14th of May. This Saturday will see the final round of matches take place in the Junior Inter-pro series. Connacht can still secure a second placed finish but will face a tough task when the travel to face unbeaten Munster in Richmond. Having lost 33-20 to Ulster on the opening weekend Connacht responded well to play out an exciting 23-23 draw with Leinster in Westport Rugby Club last weekend. Munster beat Leinster convincingly in their first game of the three match series and built on this result by downing Ulster on a score line of 11 points to 10 last weekend.
Wednesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) congratulated Matthew Foresy of Granger, Ind. and Connor Meyer of Munster, Ind. for being recognized as delegates of the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) during the 56thannual USSYP Washington Week.While in Washington D.C., Matthew and Connor joined other high schoolers from across the country to participate in week-long activities involving learning about the role and function of all branches of government. The two Hoosier students, who were selected by the Indiana Department of Education, will also receive a $10,000 college scholarship for their undergraduate studies to further their interests in public service. Matthew Forsey of Granger, Ind.is a senior at Penn High School and serves as the executive council leader of the Student Government. He is the president and founder of the Progressive Democrats Club, the president of the school’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance, and the representative to his district’s school board. Additionally, Matthew is the president and founder of NextGeneration PAC, has spent the summer as a page in the U.S. Senate, and attended the ACLU Summer Institute. He’s been a contributing author for the Huffington Post for a year, and he served as a field and communications intern for Lynn Coleman’s campaign for Congress. Senator Donnelly said, “Congratulations to Matthew Forsey of Granger and Connor Meyer of Munster for being selected to this year’s Senate Youth Program for their leadership and commitment to their communities. We are grateful to have these two young Hoosiers recognized both for their outstanding academic achievements and their interest in pursuing careers in public service.” “The United States Senate Youth Program offers valuable opportunities to students interested in public service across the country,” said Senator Young. “Indiana’s own Matthew and Connor demonstrate the hard work, selfless service, and leadership abilities needed in the next generation. I’m proud of these two dedicated and hard-working Hoosier students.” Connor Meyer of Munster, Ind. is a senior at Munster High School and serves as a member of the Student Government. He is the president of the Civics Club and captain of the Debate team. He placed top 30 in nation in debate in 2017. Conner is a DECA state champion and a member of Munster’s 2016 We the People team, which placed fifth in the Indiana State finals. He has been a field director and recruiter for an Indiana State legislative campaign, and looks forward to a career in public service.
Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Ask the #SMXperts series — Advanced audience targetingJun 8, 2018 by Debra MastalerIn this extended Q&A from SMX West, #SMXperts Jillian Nagle and Ben Wood look at creative ways to create audiences, leverage search and social and prevent customers from going to the competition.Advanced AdWords Strategies to Personalize Experiences and Drive RevenueJun 8, 2018 by Digital Marketing DepotPaid search is brutally competitive. Everyone is using the same tactics to drive conversions. How do you separate your AdWords campaigns from your competitors’ to acquire more customers at a lower CPL? The answer is with personalization. The big list of political ad policies from leading social & search platformsJun 8, 2018 by Amy GesenhuesAre you running political ads? Here are all the latest political ad policies from Facebook, Twitter, Google, Snapchat and more.IAB Tech Lab unveils a proposed Ads.txt for mobile appsJun 8, 2018 by Barry LevineIt’s essentially the same idea, a file on a web domain that lists valid sellers of that property’s ad inventory. But now there’s a pointer to an app-specific one, from an app.Facebook says privacy settings for 14M users were switched to public due to bugJun 7, 2018 by Amy GesenhuesFrom May 18 to May 22, 14M users had the audience setting for new status updates changed to public because of a bug, according to Facebook.Recent Headlines From MarTech Today, Our Sister Site Dedicated To Marketing Technology:Moltin launches first web-based self-checkout at apparel retailer StanceJun 8, 2018 by Barry LevineThe companies say this is the first retailer self-checkout that doesn’t require an app download or the use of a store kiosk.Google’s new manifesto says AI will be used to benefit societyJun 8, 2018 by Greg SterlingThe company says it won’t develop AI applications “that cause or are likely to cause overall harm.”B2B marketers: Are you a marketing technology ‘investor’ or a ‘buyer?’Jun 8, 2018 by Scott VaughanYour approach to adopting and integrating martech is a key factor in determining its likelihood of success. Contributor Scott Vaughan explains.This week in GDPR: TrustArc expands its channel program, Qualys adds new functionality to its SAQ cloud app & moreJun 8, 2018 by Robin KurzerA weekly wrap-up of how companies are adapting to the new General Data Protection Regulation.Online Marketing News From Around The Web:Chatbots were the next big thing: what happened?, GrowthBotCreate More Impactful Video Ads by Customizing Content to Your Audience, FacebookHow brands can use social media polling, EconsultancyInstagram Confirms How the Instagram Algorithm Works, Jenns TrendsThe $1,000 Experiment: Which Facebook Campaign Optimization Type Works Best?, AdEspressoWhat It Takes To Close The Gap Between Strategy And Planning, AdExchangerThe post Marketing Day: #SMXperts, AdWords strategies & Facebook’s privacy settings bug appeared first on Marketing Land.From our sponsors: Marketing Day: #SMXperts, AdWords strategies & Facebook’s privacy settings bug 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 Posted on 9th June 2018Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Marketing Day: #SMXperts, AdWords strategies & Facebook’s privacy settings bugYou are here: HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: #SMXperts, AdWords strategies & Facebook’s privacy settings bug
Aaron Ramsey, as expected, is left out of Juventus’ squad to face Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League this evening. Ramsey is still recovering from a muscular problem, although Juve boss Maurizio Sarri insisted at a Press conference that it was only a strain. The Welshman is joined on the treatment table by long-term casualties Douglas Costa, Mattia De Sciglio, Marko Pjaca, Mattia Perin and Giorgio Chiellini. Emre Can and Mario Mandzukic, on the other hand, are ineligible due to being left out of the Bianconeri’s Champions League squad. Juve squad to face Lokomotiv: Szczesny, Pinsoglio, Buffon; De Ligt, Alex Sandro, Danilo, Bonucci, Rugani, Demiral; Pjanic, Khedira, Matuidi, Rabiot, Bentancur; Ronaldo, Dybala, Cuadrado, Higuain, Bernardeschi Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/
Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim BeautyMNL open its first mall pop-up packed with freebies, discounts, and other exclusives SPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingWith that in mind, here’s some numbers that might help make sense of it all:3 — Mikaela Shiffrin’s goal is to do what no skier has ever done — win five gold medals on the slopes. The young American star probably won’t do that, but there’s a good chance she can win three, something skiers have done only three times. Shiffrin is a prohibitive favorite to defend the slalom title she won in Sochi, a top contender in the giant slalom and the favorite in the combined. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ View comments Unfinished business brings Will Gozum back to UP LATEST STORIES $900 million — The amount of ads NBC has sold for its broadcast of the games.14 — The time difference in hours from New York, which is why some of the biggest prime-time events on NBC will actually take place in the morning in Korea.86 — The number of workers ill with norovirus a day before opening ceremony. The figure is expected to rise, forcing organizers to bring in 900 military personnel to take the place of sick or exposed security workers.4 – If it’s a Winter Olympics there have to be new sports. There are four of them in this Olympics, including a mass start speedskating event featuring 24 skaters that has been compared to a NASCAR race on ice.168 — Russia is officially banned from the Olympics because of a state-sponsored doping scheme the country carried out in Sochi. But 168 Russians will still compete under a neutral flag as “Olympic athletes from Russia” and 45 others could win last-minute appeals and make their way onto the snow and ice.10.5 — The over-under for gold medals won by U.S. athletes.100 — The perfect number Shaun White scored last month to give him a spot in the snowboard halfpipe. The U.S. star won the first two golds in the sport before flaming out in Sochi.32 — The temperature water freezes, and also the forecast for Friday night’s opening ceremonies. Organizers are giving 35,000 fans heated seat cushions, hand warmers and other gear to ward off the cold in the outdoor stadium, where winds are expected to make it feel like it is in the 20’s. ‘We cannot afford to fail’ as SEA Games host – Duterte Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 2 — The number of North Korean athletes who qualified for the Olympics on merit. Up to 22 will actually compete in the games, cheered on by a highly choreographed group of singers and dancers, along with the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.13,500 — The number of eggs Norway’s Olympic team will be sending back after a breakfast order went sunny side up. Norway thought it was ordering 1,500 eggs from a Korean distributor for the Games but a translation mistake caused 15,000 to be delivered instead.50 — Miles from the mountains of Pyeongchang to the North Korean border.4 — The unofficial over-under for the number of halfpipe snowboarders carried off the slopes on stretchers. White himself was sent to the hospital twice after crashes last year, and defending gold medalist Iouri Podladtchikov was knocked out in a scary crash last month at the Winter X Games.149 — In Sochi the best teams were made up of NHL players, 149 of them in all. No current players will be in Pyeongchang, after the league decided its best interests were not served by shutting down in midseason for three weeks like it did the last five Winter Olympics.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games They will unfold — officially, at least — without the Russians who dominated on the ice and snow and in the backroom of the drug testing labs four years ago in Sochi. And they will take place amid rising world tensions and a last-minute rapprochement of sorts between the two Koreas that may be as much of a show as the games themselves.Politics are very much in play, but in the end the Olympics are usually defined more by numbers than philosophies.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Do we want to be champions or GROs? – Sotto MOST READ Max Parrot, of Canada, trains ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — The world hasn’t seen such an intersection of sports and politics since the U.S. boycotted the 1980 Moscow Olympics and the Soviets returned the favor four years later in Los Angeles.The Winter Olympics begin Friday in a rugged and brutally cold area of rural mountains near the North Korean border, with a lot more at stake than the glittery medals chased by the best ice and snow athletes in the world.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games: PH still winless in netball after loss to Thais ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims PH military to look into China’s possible security threat to power grid
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd chief Woodward declares commitment to ‘Ole’ and long-term planby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward says they’re focused on building for the long-term.As the United chief announced record annual revenues of £621.7million today, he insisted everyone understands the plan.He said, “We and our global fanbase demand success and winning trophies – that target and standard has never changed. The progress on the business side underpins the football operation.”Much progress has been made on the academy, recruitment department and the training ground, and behind the scenes, so this isn’t always apparent.”These investments we have made and our commitment to Ole in March provide the building blocks for success.”We are wholly confident this approach will deliver, but it is important to be patient as we build for the future.Woodward even credited his staff for not getting distracted by the transfer rumours circulated around Old Trafford.The 47-year-old noted: “We won’t be influenced by short terms distractions.”The club was linked with hundreds of players, but despite this our recruitment department was able to approach the window in focused and disciplined way.”Danny James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire joined a strong squad and we also renewed contracts for players like Marcus Rashford and David De Gea. We are optimistic for the future.”The sale and loaning of players allowed the manager to involve more young players, providing a firm foundation and culture ready for building next trophy winning squad.”Much speculation is focused on recruitment and it is area we’ve evolved. The players signed demonstrate this approach is right.”The root of the club is youth-led attacking football, and it is the right way forward. Everyone from the manager, players and board remains resolute in the desire to get Manchester United to the top of English football.”We will continue to make the necessary investment to make this happen.”