– Advertisement – Starting their new life together. The Bachelorette‘s Clare Crawley and her fiancé, Dale Moss, did something for the first time on Saturday, November 7, that most couples take for granted.“Grabbing our first coffee together,” the hairstylist, 39, captioned a video on Instagram showing the pair in a car wearing sweatshirts as they fooled around with a voice-changing app.Dale Moss and Clare Crawley Courtesy Dale Moss/Instagram- Advertisement – “Can you be any effin cuter???” one fan commented on the post. “You give me hope.”“You guys are adorable. Super happy for you,” another wrote.The couple got engaged just two weeks into filming the new season of The Bachelorette, with the model getting down on one knee and proposing on the Thursday, November 5, episode.“From the moment I stepped out of the limo, this was special,” Moss told the California native. “I know without the shadow of a doubt that you would go to the end of the world for me and I’ve never had that. I’m so grateful for that. … I’ve thought a lot about my mother and what she would think about you. She would absolutely love you. All she’s ever wanted for me is someone who loves me unconditionally and who would be there for me no matter what. I know that I have that. And I love you.’”“I love you too. … The best is yet to come,” Crawley whispered before he got down on one knee to propose. “Put that ring on my finger, I’ve waited a lot of years for this,” she said, calling herself “Clare Moss” as he slipped the sparkler onto her left hand.In an interview with Good Morning America on Friday, November 6, Moss said he knew early on that he’d found The One.“After we had our first group date, in my mind and in my heart, everything was already written,” he admitted, saying there was “never a second thought” about proposing so soon.Crawley said in an Instagram Live on Thursday that she is “the happiest I’ve ever been.”Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants “All right, y’all, so who sounds higher? Say what up,” the former NFL player, 32, said in a low voice as he turned the camera to Crawley.“What up? What voice is it on? Normal?” the reality TV player replied in a deep voice.“This is giant voice,” Moss replied.- Advertisement – “Do I sound like a giant right now?” his fiancée asked.“You sound beautiful,” he responded. “You sound like a queen.”“Thank you,” she sang back to him.- Advertisement –
The $26 million River Homes project at Hamilton Reach, is set to be released to the market in September, offering eight exclusive riverfront residences.EIGHT freehold residences with absolute river frontage are getting ready to launch to the market as a $26 million exclusive enclave.Frasers Property Australia is expected to officially launch “River Homes” at Hamilton Reach in September, with construction to start early 2018.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is part of the $700 million Hamilton Reach community.River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a powder room and separate dedicated study area.Frasers Property Australia general manager residential Queensland Cameron Leggatt said the luxury homes will be a step above the premium residences already on offer at Hamilton Reach.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.“The River Homes collection will redefine the ultimate in riverfront living on Brisbane’s north shore with only two other riverfront houses ever released in Hamilton,” Mr Leggatt said.“These homes have an undeniable ‘wow’ factor, and that is achieved through a design that is both architecturally inspiring and functional.”Mr Leggatt said the homes offering grand living spaces and private, intimate retreats which all took advantage of and blended seamlessly with the absolute riverfront location.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“The homes offer an uncompromised design that will resonate with buyers looking for the best that Brisbane has to offer,” he said.The River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms plus a powder room and a separate dedicated study area.“The grand main suite comes complete with its own retreat that offers both privacy and a superb riverfront vista,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is set to build on the sales success of other premium offerings within the community, such as The Keelson and Newport.The three-level homes, have stunning nine metre high ceilings in the main living areas, and a private internal lift.Two-level homes also have grand living spaces with six metre high ceilings. All River Homes have two-car garages.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The spacious kitchen, with butler’s pantry, features Miele appliances, Zip tap including sparkling water function and Liebherr fridges including a wine cabinet.“The open-plan designs have taken the subtropical climate into account with superb outdoor spaces complete with private plunge pool and spacious interiors,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.River Homes residents will have direct access to the River Walk which leads to the extensive green space including waterfront parks and walking tracks within the Hamilton Reach community.Hamilton Reach, which sits on the eastern peninsula of the Northshore Hamilton urban renewal area, has achieved sales of more than $310 million since its launch in 2011, with more than 60 $1 million-plus homes, including its highest sale of $2.8 million for a terrace home at The Keelson.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.
Opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) has described as “pretentious and not trusted,” recent apology made by Senatorial aspirant Robert Sirleaf, when he appeared on a local radio morning show on November 20.The local media had aired remarks made by Robert in which he vowed to brutalize Liberians who will protest against him and make them “bleed till their stomachs come out of their stomachs.” He made these assertions early this month, at an Ebola awareness event in the Red Hill Field Community in Virginia, outside Monrovia.At a news conference in Monrovia over the weekend, CDC’s National Campaign Steering Committee describes Robert’s apologies as a work of deception, adding, Robert wants to divert attention from his campaign routines that is traditionally accompanied by more gun-toting members of the police than members of the public.”Robert’s apology is pretentious and deceitful, CDC vice chairman for Operations, Mulbah Morlu, said.CDC believes that his apology is a “smoke screen that must be cautiously studied owing to the Sirleafs’ punctuated history, which is replete with continuous disregard for the sanctity of human life and remains insensitive to the struggles and sufferings of Liberians, especially residents of Monrovia.”The party maintained that it holds firm to the belief that Robert’s threat to burst open the stomachs of residents of Monrovia and make them ‘bleed like Ebola patients’ is a threat from the seat of power.“The chilled feelings of uncertainties being generated by this threat to life make ludicrous the Sirleafs’ expectations that [Robert’s] one-line apology would instantly alleviate the fears and insecurities entrenched in his well-pronounced campaign agenda against the young men and women of Monrovia,” CDC vice chairman for Operations stated.Morlu said his party distrusts Robert’s apology, especially when there is evidence that several school-age children were allegedly beaten and brutalized, before being allegedly hustled onto a police pick-up and only released later to nurse their sustained injuries without remorse.CDC believes the Special Senatorial Election throughout the country will be about the patriotic history, professional achievements, moral integrity, and humanitarian records of all candidates, “led by Amb. George Weah’s 25-year selfless service to Liberians at home and abroad; versus candidates of the failed system, led by a pseudo-humanitarian whose consistent advice to his mother and President, and his misgoverning of the national wealth which created the mess the CDC is on a mission to cleanup.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Data-Driven Recommendation Engine Reverse Engineers Quality Score to Drive Better Search PerformanceNEW YORK — Today digital agency 360i announced the launch of its proprietary Digital Nervous System, DNSTM. DNS is a cutting-edge technology platform that monitors the health of paid search marketing campaigns and reverse engineers Quality Score to automatically make recommendations that increase performance and reduce search advertising costs. Through a combination of performance dashboards and optimization tools, DNS can help marketers make adjustments that give search campaigns significant lift, such as more tailored copy or more tightly themed ad groups.“There are already scores of optimization tools that enable teams to work faster, but what was missing was a technology that unlocks Quality Score — the central nervous system of Google’s auction — to discover the thousands of small, incremental ways for marketers to drive big performance gains as search continues to mature,” said 360i President Jared Belsky. “DNS is not just an optimization engine, it’s a real-time recommendation engine that is giving marketers a new competitive advantage.”Marketers spend billions of dollars in the Google auction each year, but they still only have a vague understanding of the most important element of the auction itself – Quality Score. Similar to your personal credit score, with Quality Score, marketers have little information about the right timing, ratios or cause and effect. Even with all of the data that can be collected with Google Analytics or AdWords, Quality Score remains both mysterious and closely tied to how marketers pay for performance.DNS helps resolve this by running data through proprietary algorithms that are tailored to a brand’s specific goals and calculating a health score based on metrics such as click-through rate, landing page relevance, creative messaging and keyword optimization. At any time, a marketer can see how a campaign is performing and can make improvements based on health score diagnostics like under-performing keywords, ad groups and creative.Added Belsky, “At the same time, with a smarter technology solution, we can shift the allocation of our talent, time and resources from day-to-day research and monitoring, to focusing on continuously advancing our clients’ marketing strategies and hitting their goals.”The DNS complements existing talent and technologies with an added technological layer that can evaluate a brand’s overall search health score and performance in real time. This helps identify why Quality Score or ROI changes, and more importantly, provides recommendations about how to quickly adjust a campaign. Already, 360i clients like Norwegian Cruise Line are seeing results and improvements in their search marketing performance.Rob Casas, Vice President, eCommerce for Norwegian stated: “360i continues to move the needle for search marketers, and this couldn’t be more evident than with DNS, which enables us to achieve better results by making smarter decisions about where we invest and how we adjust campaigns. This innovative technology simplifies search marketing by helping us focus on the areas that matter most for building our customer base and taking our marketing to the next level.”While DNS is initially focused on search marketing, it is designed for further adoption that will enable 360i to evaluate a brand’s performance across paid and earned media channels by utilizing accurate and timely data. This innovative technology builds on 360i’s longstanding heritage as a pioneer in search marketing. In 2012, 360i was named a Leader in Forrester Research’s WAVE report evaluating agencies with top search marketing practices (The Forrester Wave™: Search Marketing Agencies, Q4 2012).“Product development is deeply rooted in 360i’s mission to produce client results informed by accurate and timely data, and DNS is just one way we are using technology to create expert, specialized solutions that simplify the complexities of digital marketing,” said Belsky.