Lewandowski netted four against Real Madrid to send BVB to the final Liverpool have been linked with a move for one of the hottest strikers in world football right now.More specifically, newspaper reports suggest that Jurgen Klopp is keen to sound out whether Bayern Munich would be open to selling Robert Lewandowski, whose rumoured value is in the region of £35m.The Pole starred for Klopp at Borussia Dortmund and Bayern are in the habit of selling star strikers, no matter how many goals and trophies they plunder at the Allianz Arena, as Mario Gomez and Mario Mandzukic have found out in recent years.Here is a selection of the reaction from Liverpool fans on social media…[View the story “Liverpool fans react to Lewandowski link” on Storify] 1
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest No change in the forecast this morning in terms of temps, number of systems and timing arrival. We are tweaking slightly precipitation totals from the system in the extended period, but other than that, everything looks similar.We see some sunshine again today and sunshine is a major part of the forecast through the next 7 days. We are dry for that entire period, through at least next Wednesday. Temps will not be as cold today, and we will moderate just a little more tomorrow. For the weekend into early next week we get closer to normal, and then next Tuesday-Wednesday we can be pretty mild. WE are not really well above normal, but we are calling temps at midweek next week “mild” due to the stark contrast to what we have dealt with over the past few days. Sunshine will make all temps feel better too.Our next system arrives next Thursday afternoon and evening and goes into Friday. Clouds build Thursday morning ahead of its arrival. Rains are likely, with totals from .3″ and down, but we expect 80% coverage. There is still some model disagreement on the systems timing, with some pushing back fully into Friday, but there is no doubt we have a system to deal with at some point late next week. Behind that front we return to full sunshine to finish out the 10 day period and go right through Monday the 25th, the first 2 days of the extended forecast window. The map at right shows cumulative moisture potential from now through next Friday.Clouds increase Tuesday the 26th, and we have rain from late afternoon on through Wednesday the 27th. Rain totals look a little less substantial this morning, with .25″-.75″ potential, but coverage will be at a full 100% of Ohio. The good news is that we are done with precipitation by Wednesday night. That means thanksgiving on the 28th will be at least partly sunny, and then Black Friday, the 29th, we start with sun, but look for clouds to increase again ahead of another system for the final weekend in November.
Quick – you have 140 characters to say something witty, include a link and disclose the fact that the company you’re tweeting about happened to give you a free sample of the product so you could give it a whirl. What do you do?The Word of Mouth Marketing Association says you should use #samp, one of three new hashtags it has adopted specifically for this purpose, which tells everyone you received a sample of what you’re tweeting about.The WOMMA released a set of guidelines this month in response to last months Federal Trade Commission adoption of a guide on endorsements and testimonials in advertising. According to WOMMA’s Social Media Marketing Disclosure Guide (.pdf), the FTC requires a disclosure of all “material connections”. It defines these connections as any connection that could “affect the credibility consumers give to that blogger’s statements.” The three hashtags that WOMMA is proposing are #spon for sponsored tweets, #paid for paid tweets and #samp for when the blogger received a sample. Depending on how you approach this, you can either use it as an AdBlock opportunity and make sure none of these sorts of tweets get through to you, you can go out and seek them, or you just be aware of what you’re clicking on and why it was suggested.We’re not sure we’d necessarily recommend filtering out these tweets, though. A quick search for #spon on Twitter revealed some great links. Remember, these are not necessarily just terrible ads, like you might be force fed on some website, they’re just tweets where the tweeter is disclosing the full background. As more and more people are getting paid to tweet, we hope these tags will make that more clear.With companies like McDonalds, Michelin, Dell and Porter Novelli using WOMMA guidelines, we’re willing to bet you’re about to start seeing these tags more and more. Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Tags:#advertising#Blogging#NYT#twitter#web mike melanson A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit