With millions of users posting content regularly, the Facebook Newsfeed is a constantly changing arena for information. Recently, Facebook revealed plans to update their algorithm, shifting the Newsfeed content more towards individual users over their Page counterparts. While we love your friends and family, of course, anyone who lives for live music might find themselves missing out on important updates.Fortunately, there’s a way to customize the algorithm. If you go on the Live for Live Music Facebook page, you can hover over the “Liked” button and press “See First.” Even Mike Gordon knows what’s up.Once you do that, our posts will fill your Newsfeed with musical joy. Keep on livin’ for it, everyone![Graphics courtesy of Andrew O’Brien]
26SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Trish Reilley Trish Reilley is a technical writer at Ascensus. Her work also includes researching, writing, and editing a variety of topics on IRAs, HSAs, and employer-sponsored retirement plans. She started with … Web: www.ascensus.com Details Even as health savings accounts (HSAs) continue to see double digit year-over-year growth, many financial organizations are reluctant to offer or even see the value of offering HSAs. On the surface, it appears that HSAs are just “spending” accounts that offer limited value for the amount of work they are to administer. Dig deeper into the HSA market, and you realize that not all HSA owners are the same and each require different service based on how they use their HSAs. We’ve identified four types of HSA owners that use their accounts differently: the FSA user, HSA user, HSA saver, and HSA investor. Understanding these personas is the key to better positioning your organization to attract and retain HSA owners from all of the HSA owner types and to help grow your business. The FSA user and HSA user, discussed in this first of a two-part series, benefit most from early HSA education to maximize their savings potential.The FSA UserMany individuals (especially those who are in the FSA user persona) have common misconceptions about HSAs. One common misconception is that HSAs are just like flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and FSA users use them as they would their FSA. They only contribute what they plan to spend within the year (or only what their employer contributes to their HSA for the year) and use it all by the end of that year. Often these individuals do not have a lot of disposable income to put away extra in their HSAs. You may be quick to dismiss this cohort all together as their “revolving door” transactions offer a lot of work while they’re account balances generally see no year over year growth. But it would be unwise to dismiss them all together. The debit card transactions actually generate revenue for your organization (increases with the number of swipes)The HSA UserThis persona is a step up from the FSA user. They have some HSA education and realize that HSAs don’t have a “use-it-or-lose-it” provision. They also use their HSA for all of their qualified medical expenses, but they contribute more than the FSA user leaving some money left in the HSA offering marginal year over year growth. Like the FSA user, this cohort makes significant debit card swipes, which generates revenue for your organization in addition to account fees that you may charge. With this persona, education continues to be key for the same reasons as with the FSA user. This persona also has the added potential of savings and investment opportunity as they become more educated on HSA benefits and uses and move into HSA saver or HSA investor personas, which will be discussed in the second part of this article).OpportunityFor the FSA user and HSA user to move out of these persona types, they will need more disposable income (from job changes, promotions, etc.) and HSA education, which presents an opportunity for your organization. As they transition out of these personas, they likely will be loyal to the organization that educated them on HSA rules and also offers a one-stop-shop for other financial services they may need. Think of HSAs not just as a single account, but as the consumer potential. It may start off as one account, but the opportunity is there with that one individual to sell other banking products—retirement, lending, and investments. Creating the relationship through one account (literally) can pay dividends in the future.Next StepsThe second installment of this article will describe the HSA saver and HSA investor personas and what opportunities these personas bring to your financial organization.
It was a glamorous opening yesterday for the 25th edition of the Quadrangular Games hosted by the Lagos Country Club Ikeja as Nigeria’s first Olympic Gold medalist Chioma Ajunwa and IICC Shooting Stars of Ibadan football legend Idowu Otubusin graced the occasion as torch bearers.Also among celebrity torch bearers for the Games were Nollywood actress Tina Mba and veteran broadcaster Bisi Olatilo. The colourful ceremony heralded seven days of competitive sports among four clubs namely; Ikoyi Club 1938, Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Apapa Club with Lagos Country Club Ikeja as host.The Chairman Organising Committee of the 25th Quadrangular Games and Vice President of the Lagos Club, Mr. Semiu Oganla said the theme of the Games is Sports and Family Life Redefined and will enhance friendship and sportsmanship among members of the various social clubs.“The theme of the Games emphasis the combining of family life with sports and encourage social interactions between members of the different clubs,” Oganla said.The President of Lagos Country Club Ikeja (LCCI), Chief Kayode Moradeyo praised the organising committee for providing a fair and conducive environment for competition among the clubs who are bonded by oneness and friendship.“As participants we are all friends. I’m delighted with the good organisation. But the fact remains that Lagos Country Club is hosting to win,” the LCCI President said.The silver jubilee edition of the Games which will see the four Lagos-based clubs competing in more than 10 sporting events will end on Saturday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Manchester United record goalscorer Wayne Rooney has rejoined Everton on a free transfer, 13 years after leaving the Merseyside club.Rooney, 31, played 559 times for United, scoring 253 goals.He won five Premier League titles and each of the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup once after joining from Everton for Â£27m in 2004.Rooney, who has signed a two-year deal, said he was “ecstatic” and his “first game back will be an emotional day”.“It’s a great feeling to be back. I cannot wait to meet the lads, get on the training pitch and then get on the pitch to play,” he added.Rooney’s return comes as United sealed Romelu Lukakuâ€™s switch from Everton, with a Â£75m deal for the Belgium international. “I’m not just coming back because it’s the team I support, the team I grew up playing for – I’m coming back because I feel the club can move forward and be successful,” said Rooney, who scored 17 goals in 77 games in his first spell at Goodison.“I want to be part of it. There will be pressure on me to perform, but I’m ready to go. I believe I can help move this club forward and be more successful on the pitch.”Rooney says when he spoke to Everton manager Ronald Koeman, he “saw it in his eyes that he wanted me to be part of his team”.He added: “It was a no-brainer for me and the only place I was going to go.”Rooney said he told his agent Paul Stretford to “go and speak to them, let’s make it happen” when he found out Everton were interested in signing him and it “was obvious I was going to be leaving Manchester United this summer”.“There were other options there but once I knew that Everton wanted me to come back then it was the only option for me,” he added.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of 10/02/2013 were 1, 3, 6 &13. There was no winner of the jackpot of €700. Consolation prizes went to Conal McGinley, Calhame, Lee & Shay Byrne, Dunkineely & Anaoise Alvey, Quarry Lane. Next week’s jackpot now stands at €740.The Senior Presentation Night took place Saturday February 9th in MacLaughlin’s Point Bar. We would like to thank all who attended and to MacLaughlin’s Point Bar for hosting the event and providing the music.Winners of this years awards are as follows : Dermot Gallier – Senior Player of the Year, Adrian Nesbitt – Reserve Player of the Year and Joe Alvey – Young Player of the Year. The 25 card drive continues this Wednesday night. It commences at it’s usual time of 8:30pm.Membership for the oncoming year can be paid as of now and up until the beginning of February. Please note how important membership is, it’s values were shown last year during the scramble for All-Ireland Tickets. €30 – General Membership, €50 – Senior/Reserve, €30 – Student/Unemployed, €20 – Minior, €15 – U16’s to U10’s and €70 – Family Membership.The club are now taking names for the vacancy in the Reserve Manager position. If anyone is interested in fulfilling the position please forward your name to the club secretary Stephanie Kyles on 0876307570 by Saturday February 16th. After last year’s success Dunkineely’s Got Talent is back for Round 2. All entrants in by Feb 19th. First round begins Saturday Feb 23rd at 10pmGAA NEWS: NAOMH ULTAN CLUB NOTES was last modified: February 11th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Naomh Ultan Club Notes