Bolt has been deemed “the fastest man alive” after winning back to back gold medals in not only the 100m but the 200m and 4X100m in the Beijing and London Olympics. He has gone on to defend all three titles in his most recent, and said to be last Olympic showing in Rio this summer. When it comes to Bolt, strictly winning gold is not the only consistent thing his millions of viewers and fans have come to associate with the runner, it is also the leaping Puma logo that can be found on his shirt, shorts, and shoes in every race.
It common knowledge to runners that wearing basketball shorts or cotton shirts during a long distance run is not a good idea. Cotton does not wick away sweat from the body, leaving you with a heavy and wet shirt, which is very uncomfortable. Basketball shorts are too long and loose to wear during a long distance run, and will cause chafing between your thighs.
And Facemail is about to get a lot more interesting. In a few weeks you will be able to speak into a microphone in your computer and have your own voice read the e mail you send. The company has signed a deal with Kodak so that sometime next year you will be able to submit a photo and your own face will be the one reading your e mail..
We often hear about the astronomical salaries in men’s sports, but we hear little about the top female sports earners. The main reason is the greater popularity of men’s sports and the corresponding TV and merchandising revenue. There is no women’s counterpart to the NFL or Major League Baseball.
Keep tabs on the competition: Sure, your own online marketing strategy might be going great. But do you know how your competitors are doing? If they are targeting the same audience, their marketing strategy could be better than yours. But you won have any way of knowing that unless you take some time out to visit their social media channels, a highly inefficient strategy.
We have the pros and cons. Marketing, meeting new people, finding old friends, admiring others’ timelines, and of course, you have online dating. However, the physical connectedness is lost. That, though, was not the picture promoted by President Jammeh, who press ganged patients into appearing on Gambian state TV to sing the programme’s success. Among them was Ousman Sowe, who had a degree in public health from Britain’s Leeds University. Hoping to give the programme some academic gravitas, Jammeh had recruited Sowe as its spokesman, to try to rebuff the doubts of incredulous foreign journalists..