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Excellent new promotional video of Istria / Life as it should be in Istria!

first_imgFind out more about the new destination platform of Istria in the attachment through two articles. So the whole story has meaning and effect. The world grail of any sale, promotion, marketing is action, ie purchase. We have received the attention and interest of users, and we are left with the last step, which is to further tell the story on the page and interest the user to get the much desired action. Of course, one promotional video is not enough if the whole promotion strategy is not behind it, both offline and online. If we compare the promotional videos of our other destinations, which are more mosaic, boring and without a story, the honor of exceptions, this video is far ahead of everyone. Drone shots are a hit, but those without a story don’t make sense and often take too long. This is short, interesting and effective. AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action) Personally, I am a fan of the AIDA marketing model, simple and clear, which is one of the foundations of modern marketing. ( A attention (attention), I interest (interest), D desire i A action (action)) Thus, the video must provoke attention and a reaction that leads to the research of the destination, and later the purchase, ie booking or arrival at the destination. On the one hand, it is never easier to reach a great reach today, due to social networks, and yet on the other hand it is never harder, because there is a lot of noise in communication, and the audience’s attention is hard to get and it lasts very short. That is why today the real art is to get the much desired attention and virality. Under the slogan – Experience life as it should be in Istria !, new promotion video of Istria, I emphasize the destinations of Istria, not Porec, Pula, Rovinj, etc.… invites guests to explore it, which is part of the new digital strategy of Istria. And Istria does it smartly and strategically. In this case, after the video users go to the destination website –, which from this year has become a real destination portal, where the main focus is no longer on b2b information, but exclusively on the user / tourist and the sale of experiences and stories.  I can freely say that the video is different, full of life and energy, and yet through the narrative in a casual tone, it makes one great whole. The video in a fun and attractive way, full of emotions and experiences, with an interesting narrative and the final message as the icing on the cake certainly achieved the effect of attracting attention and imagination or dreaming of finding ourselves in the shots. Research and action now follow. last_img read more

Nottingham & Derby retail

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Proximity to main road no issue for buyers wanting peace and quiet

first_img3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.Mrs Dwyer said when her grandsons attended nearby Villanova College, they would pop around and she would make them toasted sandwiches.“The grandsons still talk about the toasted sandwiches now,” she said.“On a Friday afternoon, the boys and girls would sit around the table and we would have scones with jam and cream, apple tea cake or chocolate cake.” Inside 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Known as the Skyline Lodge, only six units make up the apartment block.There are two units per floor.Mrs Dwyer said she had enjoyed many summer nights sitting on the balcony watching the planes go by.“It was night seeing the lights on the planes, the view is just so nice from there,” she said. “The kids loved coming around to watch the fireworks from here when they were little.” The bedroom at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.She said while the unit was close to a main road, it was quiet and peaceful inside.“People walk in and they always comment on how quiet it is. You never hear the traffic.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 3/15 Dowar St, Coorparoo.Tobin Real Estate – Carina selling agent Pathrina Watson said: “Lovers of retro-style real estate will relish the opportunity to make this property their own, while those who value a large footprint with the possibility of further enhancing what is already in place will identify this property as one with huge potential.”center_img The kitchen where sweet treats were made at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo. 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.After 18 years at their 1970s style Coorparoo property, Mary and Brian Dwyer have made the move to a retirement home.Mrs Dwyer said her large family of eight children and 24 grandchildren had visited them regularly at their Dowar St property over the years.“We just love our home. The last thing we wanted to do was to leave but the place we are in now is lovely,” she said.last_img read more

iXblue Introduces New Subsea Positioning System

first_imgiXblue has launched its new global subsea positioning system. It comprises iXblue new intelligent transponder, Canopus, the Ramses transceiver, and upgraded existing iXblue products with a new telemetry function, as well as a software suite for efficient subsea operations.“In order to complete our underwater acoustic range we have developed this new solution, Canopus,” said Hubert Pelletier, Underwater positioning and communication division sales director.The Canopus transponder features underwater acoustic communication between transponders, transceivers and surface equipment. It embeds environmental temperature, pressure and inclinometer sensors and can be enhanced with optional sensors. A data logging feature allows the recording of internal or external sensors on the internal memory (SD card).A standard battery pack allows up to 1,000,000 pings or more than 2 years battery life in listening mode. InTo complement the new transponder, Canopus, a new generation of Ramses ASBL transceiver is also being introduced. This upgraded product is based on the same new electronics platform as Canopus.In order to manage the increasing complexity of subsea operations and to offer an easy to implement solution, iXblue also introduces its new supervision software. This new software will guide users through the planning of their operations, the deployment of all their devices, the operation of the complete system and the post-processing of all the acquired data.last_img read more

Liverpool to let Salah, three more players leave Anfield – pundit

first_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The Reds have swept pretty much all before them this season, with only Manchester United and Watford taking points off them as the Premier League title winners-elect having opened up a 25-point lead at the summit. And while Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has sent the Premier League a message about Liverpool and their title wait, thoughts are beginning to turn to next season and what Jurgen Klopp will look to do with his squad. As such, reports in Monday’s Paper Talk claimed the Reds have drawn up a three-man central defensive shortlist as they seek a replacement for the departing Dejan Lovren. And Lovren is one of the other players, in addition to Salah, Adrian and Adam Lallana whom ESPN pundit Alejandro Moreno thinks the Reds will wave farewell this summer. “Yes, he’s gone. Adrian, he’s gone,” Moreno told ESPN. “I just need to tell you something, there’s going to be people lining up outside his apartment or his house packing the boxes for him. ‘Alright Adrian, go’.” On Lovren, who has come in for criticism this season, Moreno added: “He’s gone as well. Now, he gives you a little bit of depth in that position, however it is too often that Dejan Lovren actually plays and makes a mistake. Liverpool could allow up to four of their players leave Anfield when the transfer window reopens, with Mohamed Salah the highest-profile departure, according to one pundit.center_img Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesThese TV Characters Left The Show And It Just Got Better8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithShocking Robots That Exist And Function Very Similar To HumansWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?9 Talented Actors Who Are Only Associated With One Role7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much “When you want depth it’s because you want a guy who can step in and do the job. He can step in and do a job to a point. “I think the time for Dejan Lovren at Liverpool [is] gone.” Lallana was the next Liverpool player tipped to leave by Moreno, who continued: “He gives you something but not quite enough. “I think Liverpool are in a profile now where they can go after a better player that can do the same sort of job that Lallana was doing at a better quality.” And finally Moreno concluded that there is a “better version” of Salah out there for Liverpool, with the pundit controversially claiming: “Tricky one because a lot of Liverpool hearts will say ‘Oh we’ve got to keep Salah’. Read Also:McManaman: No chance for Mane, Salah at Barca, Real Madrid “I’m going to say you can do better than Mohamed Salah. “I love the numbers [of goals he has scored] and what I’ll tell you is that he has been great for Liverpool and yet I think he could have been better because of the amount of opportunities that he misses.last_img read more

Thornton scores second IMCA Modified Winter Challenge Series win

first_imgThornton scores second IMCA Modified Winter Challenge Series win By Tony SteelePEORIA, Ariz. (Jan. 27) – Ricky Thornton Jr. rolled through the middle of the track and around Hunter Marriott on his way to capturing his second IMCA Modified win of the Winter Challenge Series at Canyon Speedway Park.After a three-wide start to the race that lasted more than a full lap, Marriott battled his way into the lead position early in the Saturday feature ahead of Thornton and Chaz Baca. As the race ap­proached halfway, Thornton began to show his nose to the inside of Marriott, finally pulling up alongside.With Thornton pressuring to the inside, Marriott changed his line just enough for Thornton to go to the middle of the track and drive around the leader on the outside. Thornton, already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, secured the $1,000 win while Marriott began to fade, making way for Tim Ward to grab the runner-up spot in his first race back in his home state of Arizona.Marriott held onto third ahead of Cody Laney and Jeremy Payne.George Fronsman won a second Winter Challenge Series IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature while Joe Vlasity made it 3-for-3 at Canyon in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. Shane Simper found his way to victory lane for the first time in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main.Fronsman held off Cody Center for the 20-lap Stock Car win while Larry Brigner denied Dennis Losing in the battle for the third spot.Vlasity swept the day in the Hobby Stocks, taking the main event checkers in front of Merle Zachrison and Max Zachrison.Jason George looked to have SportMod feature locked up until a mistake down the backstretch saw his car skid off the track. Utah driver Simper took control of the race and grabbed.George got back up to second and make but ultimately came up short as Simper went home with the win. Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Ricky Thornton Jr.; 2. Tim Ward; 3. Hunter Marriott; 4. Cody Laney; 5. Jeremy Payne; 6. Jason Noll; 7. Spencer Wilson; 8. Anthony Madrid; 9. Jason Wolla; 10. Dan Fitzgerald; 11. Garth Dushanek; 12. Brenda Kirby; 13. Bryson Curry; 14. Kenny Gill; 15. Bubba Stafford Jr.; 16. Danny Curry; 17. Roy Poeling Sr.; 18. Paul Nelson; 19. Brent Schlafmann; 20. Joey Franklin; 21. Chaz Baca.Stock Cars – 1. George Fronsman; 2. Cody Center; 3. Larry Brigner; 4. Dennis Losing; 5. Nick Langer; 6. Derrick Askren; 7. Mike Brigner.Hobby Stocks – 1. Joe Vlasity; 2. Merle Zachrison; 3. Max Zachrison; 4. Allen Hakes; 5. Kyle Cardinal; 6. Bill Cole; 7. Chucky Thornton; 8. David Irvin; 9. Tommy Esquera; 10. Bradley Staf­ford; 11. Shea Kendig; 12. Mike Hartsock; 13. Paul O’Connor.Northern SportMods – 1. Shane Simper; 2. Jason George; 3. Bill Miller; 4. Jimmy Davy; 5. Speedy Madrid; 6. Dennis Gates; 7. Adam Echter; 8. Rene Madrid; 9. Steve Duffy; 10. T.J. Wy­man; 11. Chris Anderson; 12. Justin Thornton; 13. Chase Alves; 14. Chris Caldwell; 15. Rene Madrid Jr.last_img read more

Qualifying format announced for 141’s $10,000 to win Clash at the Creek

first_imgFRANCIS CREEK, Wis. – Ten thousand dollars is the top prize when IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds from across the Midwest and Canada converge on 141 Speedway for the Wednesday and Thursday, June 25-26 Clash at the Creek. A minimum of $750 will be paid to start the 50-lap feature at Francis Creek, a qualifying event for the 2014 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. This is the first year the sixth annual Clash has been sanctioned by IMCA and the event instantly becomes one of the biggest-paying Modified races of the season.NASCAR’s Kenny Wallace joins the Modified field in a Fllors by Design sponsored entry for car owner Ricky Lemmen.Modified qualifying begins Wednesday. Drivers will pill draw for their starting spots in one of 10 heat races, earning points for their place finish as well as passing points,After IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods complete their heat races, the same 10 Modified heat races will be run again with completely inverted starts.Drivers again received points based on their finish and passing points; the 10 drivers with the high­est point totals will be locked into Thursday’s $10,000 to win main event.“We want to host an event that rewards racers for racing,” said promoter Toby Kruse. “As an added bonus, Jerovetz Motorsports will give all 20 Modified heat race winners $25 in cash through­out the evening.”Ten last-chance qualifiers, with lineups based on point totals from the day prior, start Thursday’s action. Only the winners advance; Stock Cars and Northern SportMods run a complete show for­mat before a final four races completes the Modified field of 24 cars. There are no provisionals. “Either race your way in or sit back and enjoy our steak sandwiches while you watch the show,” owner Scott Ratajczak said with a laugh. Stock Cars and Northern SportMods race for $500 to win in features Wednesday and Thursday.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional and Allstar Performance State points, but no local track points, will be awarded for all three divisions. Pit gates open at 2 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m. both days. There will be no hot laps. Entry fee for Modifieds is $200 by June 3, $250 after that date or $300 on race day.Spectator admission is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students and free for kids 12 and un­der. Pit passes each day are $30. Pre-tech on Tuesday, June 24 starts at noon and an open practice session runs from 6-9 p.m. Pit passes are $15 and admission to the grandstand is free.Overnight accommodations are available by calling the Quality Inn at 920 683-0220, Fox Hills Resort at 800 950-7615 or the Devil’s River Campground at 920 863-2812.Limited free camping, with shower facilities, is also available at the speedway on a first come, first served basis.More information about the Clash at the Creek is posted on the website.“Great friends, great food and some really great racing,” concluded Chet Christner, operations manager at 141. “What else is there?”last_img read more

Arsenal stars set for fresh pay cut

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Akpom pens Middlesbrough loan deal Arsenal executives have piled pressure on their players to take wage reductions by confirming they have agreed to substantial pay cuts.As Sportsmail revealed earlier this week, the Gunners squad have rejected the club’s original proposal of a 12.5 per cent pay-cut for an entire year.Arsenal have been working on a fresh offer which the players, following talks among themselves, will vote on in the coming days.The squad, together with boss Mikel Arteta, will hold talks to discuss the issue – but players are under increasing pressure to accept reductions after the club revealed the executive team have volunteered to take a pay-cut of more than a third.As of the weekend, Gunners players were against accepting pay-cuts, but were open to considering wage deferrals.Even before the coronavirus crisis, which has deeply impacted the finances of clubs across the country, Arsenal were under pressure to reduce their wage bill following three seasons outside the Champions League.However, some players have shown sympathy towards the club’s financial difficulties and are ready to accept pay cuts.Arsenal have told players they will be paid back all of their proposed 12.5 per cent losses if they qualify for next season’s Champions League; the amount would also be reduced to 7.5 per cent if they make the Europa League.Sources claimed as part of the new proposals, the Gunners will extend the reimbursement agreement so that players would get their money back if they qualify for the Champions League inside two seasons.In a statement released to their fans on Wednesday, Arsenal said: “Our players have been keeping very busy during this difficult period, working hard at home on both their fitness and tactical work while training is suspended.“Over the past 10 days we have been in discussions with them around the potential financial challenges ahead, and how we are planning for those now.“These are productive and ongoing conversations around how our players might support their club in an appropriate way. We have not and will not make any comment on this matter until these private discussions have concluded.” Tags: ArsenalMikel Artetalast_img read more

Martin O’Neill: Republic of Ireland ready for Germany test

first_img O’Neill said: “They’re very strong, naturally. They’re getting back to winning ways. They’ve had what they might consider a couple of hiccups along the way, including one against us. “But we know what we have to do. It’s a very difficult game for us, but we’re capable. We have to go with all the enthusiasm and determination that that brings. We’ve got a bit of ability as well. “They are class players, as is proven by them having won the World Cup just over 15 months ago, and it will be a tough night for us. But we’re ready for it.” O’Neill will hope to draw once again on the spirit which secured a 1-1 draw in Gelsenkirchen 12 months ago when John O’Shea’s injury-time equaliser snatched a potentially invaluable point, although the Sunderland defender will need no reminding that Germany’s last visit to Dublin in October 2012 saw them crush Giovanni Trapattoni’s side 6-1 in a World Cup qualifier. The manager said: “I think the best thing to do is give it everything you’ve got in the game and have no regrets at the end of the game. We have to be as positive as possible and attempt to go for the game.” O’Neill, who worked with his players for the first time on Monday morning, has issues with which to contend, with midfielders Glenn Whelan and James McClean both suspended for Thursday’s game after collecting third bookings of the campaign against Georgia last month and injuries threatening the participation of several other men. Defender Marc Wilson is yet to meet up with the squad after staying behind at Stoke for treatment on a calf problem, while Everton full-back Seamus Coleman and Derby counterpart Cyrus Christie did not train with the rest of the group and Coleman’s club-mate Darron Gibson was a late addition to the squad as he battles his way back to full fitness after a knee problem. Training will increase in intensity as the week progresses ahead of a contest in which O’Neill knows his team may have to play without the ball for long periods. He said: “I don’t think that is something the players are not used to. In international football, that sometimes happens.” Martin O’Neill has ordered his Republic of Ireland troops not to fear world champions Germany as they attempt to take a decisive step towards Euro 2016 qualification. Ireland welcome the Group D leaders to the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday evening knowing victory against either the Germans or second-placed Poland in their final two games would secure a play-off place at worst, but that anything less could prove fatal to their hopes. Joachim Low’s men suffered an uncharacteristically low-key start to their campaign, losing in Poland and drawing at home with the Republic in their second and third qualifiers, but have put together a run of five successive victories since to illustrate their enduring class. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Epstein Autopsy Shows Broken Neck Bones

first_imgAn autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein showed he “sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones.” According to reports, the bones broken in Epstein’s neck included the hyoid bone, which is near the Adam’s apple. This sort of break can happen when a person hangs themselves or dies by strangulation according to forensics experts.Autopsy finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, deepening questions around his death— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 15, 2019last_img read more