The BSP Stadium is filling up, with 90 per cent of seats occupied.PNG with speed, power and purpose outplayed the Tongans with seven tries to one.The try scorers for PNG were: Ase Boas, Sailas Gahuna, Israel Eliab (2 tries), David Lapua, Willie Minoga, Lawrence Tu’u and Wartovo Puara Jnr. The Tongans’ only try was scored by Sione Fa.
The Pew Internet and American Life project Research studies in 2005 found that more than 60% of Internet users turned to search engines to find information on a daily basis. That number continues to increase and recent studies confirm the growth.Internet users are heavily exploiting search engine functions to better navigate their way in finding their desired information. And, a majority of Internet users begin their search at Google.In addition to the search results, Google runs short text ads on Google.com called Google Ad Words. When someone enters keywords (short phrases specifying a particular search query) into Google.com ads targeted to those keywords appear alongside the search results.Keyword advertising is also referred to as pay-per-click or PPC advertising because ad buyers pay only when a visitor actually clicks on their ad. It can help your organization reach thousands, maybe even millions of people as they are search online for related information with relatively little effort and lower costs than traditional advertising channels. Using a Search Engine advertising program like Google Adwords is relatively inexpensive and can have a decent return on investment. Entry costs are low, and ongoing expenses can be easily tracked. Your organization simply sets a daily budget and a maximum amount to spend per click on the ad. Even better, Google offers “Google Grants,” an in-kind advertising program specifically for nonprofit organizations. (For more information, visit http://www.google.com/grants/.)If you’re just starting, don’t enter a million different keywords, landing pages, and ads. Be strategic. Start simply with a group of keywords, one landing page and one ad. Review the performance and then expand. Otherwise, you’ll have so much data and too many choices to make to be able to figure out what works best.Source: http://www.nptimes.com/technobuzz/TB20070911_1.html