800response Selects Search Engine Marketing Firm

first_imgSearch engine marketing company @Web Site Publicity, announced today the signing of a new client, 800response, a leading provider of vanity 800 phone numbers and call tracking solutions based in Burlington, VT. @Web Site Publicity will support the 800response website with search engine marketing strategies, specifically search engine optimization consulting. The goal is to make 800response’s informative Web content and online services even more accessible to the businesses that use the major search engines to find the best resources to support their marketing initiatives.With offices in the United States and Canada, 800response offers a unique, custom 800 service that allows multiple businesses across the country to share a valuable vanity 800 number, each enjoying exclusive use of the number in its selected territory. For example, this allows a toll-free vanity 800 number like 1-800-NEW-VISION to be used by a different optometrist in each advertising market, with calls routed to the correct subscriber based on the location of the person dialing the number. The company also offers call tracking solutions that help businesses capture everything from a callers name, address and phone number to key data that proves which marketing efforts are most effective in generating response to advertising campaigns. For more information about 800response, visit the company’s website at www.800response.com(link is external)[email protected] Site Publicity is a leading search engine marketing company based in Peterborough, NH offering integrated services in the area of search engine optimization, paid search advertising and direct product feeds to shopping engines. Founded in 1998, it serves e-commerce companies, Business-to-Business marketers, educational institutions and non-profit organizations throughout the United States. For more information on @Web Site Publicity, call 800-450-2818, ext. 203, or visit www.websitepublicity.com(link is external).last_img read more

Panamanian authorities seize 1.3 tons of cocaine

first_imgBy Dialogo July 31, 2012 PANAMA CITY, Panama — Local authorities announced July 30 that they seized 1.3 tons of cocaine and detained four alleged drug traffickers in two recent operations around the country. Panama’s National Aero-Naval Service (SENAN), a component of the Public Security Ministry that combines navy and air force operations, seized 846 kilograms (1,865 pounds) of cocaine in a boat sailing near the city of Colón, on the country’s Atlantic coast. SENAN officials arrested two Hondurans who were in the boat and seized US$42,434 in cash. The suspects’ names were not made public. In a second operation, authorities seized 521 kilograms (1,149 pounds) of cocaine at La Arenera beach, located east of Panama City, on the country’s Pacific coast. Police arrested at the site a Colombian and a Panamanian, whose names were not released, and seized US$27,000 and three Colombian passports. [AFP, 30/07/2012; Aeronaval.gob.pa (Panama), 30/07/2012]last_img read more

Dodgers can’t solve Francisco Liriano, fall 2-1 to Pirates

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Los Angeles has now lost three in a row after having won six of their previous eight. Manager Don Mattingly was disappointed, to be sure.“I think we’re all kind of frustrated that we can’t sustain anything,” he said. “But we can’t get caught up in that thing of feeling sorry for ourselves. We pitched well, but we didn’t get key hits. We do know we’re capable.”As for Beckett’s performance, Mattlingly didn’t see much difference between his stuff Friday and his stuff five days earlier when he no-hit the Phillies.“It looked the same,” Mattingly said. “It didn’t look a lot different.”Becket bemoaned the pitch he made to Davis in the fourth inning that went for very long home run.“Like I said, if I don’t make the pitch to Ike Davis it’s a 1-1 game,” he said. “That’s really what it boils down to, making pitches when you have to. Even though nobody was on base, I had to make a better pitch than that.”On the bright side, Butera had a fine game defensively. He threw out two runners trying to steal, and picked another off second base.There were some immediate fireworks on fireworks night. Dee Gordon led off the Dodgers’ half of the first with a walk off Liriano. He stole second. Chone Figgins then hit a ball into the dirt that came back up and hit him as he was beginning his sprint to first base. Replays appeared to show Figgins was still in the batter’s box, but umpires ruled he was out of the box and out, period.Mattingly argued, to no avail.Liriano then struck out Puig and Ramirez, stranding Gordon at second.The Pirates got to Beckett in the top of the third. Beckett hit Starling Marte with a pitch, then walked Clint Barmes. Butera, who in the second inning threw out Russell Martin attempting to steal second to end the inning, picked off Marte at second base for the first out.Liriano struck out when he fouled off a bunt attempt with two strikes, but Josh Harrison singled to right to keep the inning alive. Neil Walker then singled to right to bring home Barmes for a 1-0 lead.By the end of that inning, Beckett had already thrown 61 pitches.On Beckett’s 65th pitch, Davis belted a 453-foot home run over the center field fence to lead off the Pittsburgh fourth inning for a 2-0 lead.Liriano, meanwhile, was Mr. Clutch when he had to be.Puig led off the bottom of the fourth with an infield single that saw him end up at second base when Liriano threw the ball away at first. No problem. He struck out Ramirez and Kemp swinging and induced Van Slyke to tap out meekly to catcher Martin.Liriano again showed trememdous mettle when he got out of a bases-loaded jam in the fifth when he got Puig to pop out to second base, bringing groans from a frustrated Dodgers crowd.It was more of the same in the sixth. Ramirez led off with a double, got to third on a groundout by Kemp on a nice play by Pirates second baseman Neil Walker. Liriano then struck out Van Slyke, who broke his bat over his knee, for the second out.Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle, perhaps remembering that Ethier had doubled off the lefty Liriano in his previous at bat, went with another lefty in Justin Wilson. He got Ethier to strike out swinging. Pitchers Josh Beckett of the Dodgers and Francisco Liriano of the Pittsburgh Pirates had a couple of things in common when they took the mound for their respective teams Friday at Dodger Stadium.Both had pitched no-hitters — Liriano in 2011 as a member of the Minnesota Twins, Beckett just this past Sunday. They both had the same catcher, too — Drew Butera, who started behind the plate for the boys in blue.There would be no back-to-back no-hitters for Beckett, who gave up a single to Russell Martin in the second inning. Beckett was gone after five innings, but Liriano came through with a gritty performance by pitching out of several jams to lead the Pirates to a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers before 47,503. Beckett (3-2), who took the loss, was not bad. But he did struggle some. In five innings he gave up five hits, two earned runs — one of them a mammoth home run by Ike Davis in the fourth inning — while striking out five on 88 pitches. He also hit a batter and walked one.center_img Liriano pitched 5 2/3 innings and allowed five hits while striking out eight and walking two. Liriano (1-5) entered with an ERA of 5.06 and picked up his first victory of the season for Pittsburgh (25-29).The Dodgers (29-27) left five men in scoring position through the first six innings, and another in the eighth when they scored their only run on an RBI single to right by Hanley Ramirez. The heart of their order — Yasiel Puig, Ramirez (2-for-4) and Matt Kemp — went a combined 3-for-12. Kemp is hitless in his past 20 at-bats.Adrian Gonzalez, who has been struggling of late, did not start, but pinch-hit for Scott Van Slyke and grounded out off Pirates reliever Mark Melancon to end the eighth with Ramirez at second. Jason Grilli pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning for his seventh save.The Pirates had just six hits, the Dodgers seven.last_img read more

Kobe Bryant, wife Vanessa, expecting baby girl

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe couple has been married since 2001. Bryant played his entire 20-year career with the Lakers; he retired in 2016.In late 2018, Bryant published a book titled “The Mamba Mentality: How I play,” in which he gives readers a deep look at the detailed approach he used to prepare mentally and physically to excel at the game.After announcing his family’s upcoming addition, Kobe took some gentle (or not so gentle) ribbing from fans about his inability to produce a son. One Twitter user imploringly asked that their fifth child be a boy.In a 2017 interview with ExtraTV, Kobe Bryant said he had taken some ribbing from his friends, too.“My friends say, ‘It takes a real man to make a boy,’ ” Bryant says. “I’m like, ‘Dude, it takes a king to make a princess… get in line.’ ” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The New Year will add a new Bryant to the clan of Kobe and Vanessa.The retired NBA Lakers star and his wife announced on social media they are expecting their fourth daughter, or “mambacita,” who will join their brood this year.Bryant’s announcement read:“Vanessa and I are beyond excited to announce we are expecting another #mambacita to go along with Natalia, Gianna and Bianka.”last_img read more

Džeko is in excellent form

first_imgBiH football player and Manchester City striker Edin Džeko started this year very good; in the last three games he scored 4 goals and lately he’s been the best player of Manchester City.In an away victory against Norwich (3:4) Džeko scored two goals, and in the next match against Stoke City, Manchester City won with 3:0, and Džeko was the best goal scorer.With total ten goals, Džeko is on the fifth place of best goals scorers in England together with Tottenham’s Jermaine Defoe, while the first is Robin Van Persie with 17 goals.last_img