Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Ryan blasts NFL replacement refs ... and Obama

Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan woke up Tuesday with a bone to pick after watching what many are calling an NFL debacle.

"I got to start off on something that was really troubling that occurred last night. Did you guys watch that Packer game last night? I mean, give me a break," an exasperated Ryan said.

This being a presidential campaign, Ryan swiftly made a connection with his grievances against the Obama administration.

"It reminds me of President Obama and the economy. If you can't get it right, it is time to get out," Ryan continued.

"I half think these refs work part-time for the Obama administration in the Budget Office. They see the national debt clock starring them in the face, they see a debt crisis and they just ignore and pretend it didn't even happen. They are trying to pick the winners and losers and they don't even do that very well."

After their collective bargaining agreement expired earlier this year, the NFL's pro refs were replaced with "elite" retired college officials, officials from smaller non-BCS conferences, and some officials from the Arena League.

The NFL and representatives of the locked out referees remain divided on annual salaries and pension plans.
Fans have been decrying bad calls ever since the season started but the furor reached a fever pitch after Monday night's game when the Green Bay Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks on a controversial call on the last play of the game -- a desperation pass that many thought was an interception but was ruled a touchdown.

All joking aside -- with his comments, Ryan, an unabashed Green Bay Packers fan, injected himself into an ongoing labor dispute.

"Like all football fans, he just wants the two sides to find a resolution soon, campaign spokesman Brendan Buck told Fox News. "Like before yesterday."

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Online Marketing & Search Engine Optimization Executive Future Group

1. Report to and co-ordinate with all necessary departments including brands and technical department and marketing team to implement, and continually improve E-Marketing mechanics.
2. Maintain and support E-marketing activity which should be reflected on business flow, B2C & B2B activities.
3. Test and analyze keywords, titles and other factors.
4. Research and evaluate competitors paid search marketing efforts and identify new search opportunities.
5. Find solutions to increase free traffic to the companys site through optimization of website pages, E-Marketing and Social Media activities.
6. Search engine and directory submissions.
7. Strategic link building development.
8. Ongoing SEO research and development.
9. Implement on-page & off-page optimization techniques to all pages of all brand websites.
10. Monitor and report on activities completed each day/week.


1. A degree in information technology or a related field is preferable.
2. Minimum 3 years affiliate in E-marketing and SEO experience. 3. Online marketing, SEO, Social Media and web design skills.
4. Programming knowledge is a plus but not a requirement.
5. Should have knowledge about how the various Internet search engines function, pay per click handling, web stat programs and be comfortable with web design in WordPress and working with codes.
6. Ability to multitasking and meet tight deadlines.

Company Profile

Future Group is a multinational company established in 1994 & specialized in software internationalization and localization existing in USA, UK, UAE, South Africa, Malaysia, Poland, Turkey and Egypt. We are proud to be the 1st localization company in the Middle East and North Africa.