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He edited a series of nine brochures that describe Georgia's major Revolutionary War battles that the Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution published. The Lower Altamaha Historical Society is sponsoring Ramsaur's Thursday program that is free and open to the public. Hofwyl plantation to host 1 day encampment Re enactors from Company A of the 26th Georgia, or Brunswick Riflemen, will stage the encampment near the historic plantation house. Visitors can walk through the encampment, speak to soldiers and learn what life was like for a typical Civil War soldier. Hofwyl plantation's original owner, George C. 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A person can join Kooday, deposit a small amount of money into their account, and actually purchase their own search terms. Then, they share in the revenue generated by those terms. At first, this is an incredibly attractive notion. Imagine if a person owned the keyword "books" on Google and earned a portion of all the revenue Google has generated throughout the years with that term. Before we get into the upside potential represented by Kooday here, let discuss how search engines generate revenue. When a person searches for a term on Yahoo, Bing, Google, or any other major search engine, they get a list of results. At the very top of the results they will see three "sponsored" results as well as a list of "sponsored" results on the right hand column of the page. These are advertisements. Millions of companies spend billions of dollars bidding for placement within these results. Every single search phrase imaginable is a potential income opportunity for the search engine. 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Just like advertisers want to appear in the results that relate to their goods and services, searchers want to see results that relate to their topic of interest. If a person searches for "vampire books" they hope to get a list of books about vampires. They do not expect a list of results about dogs, airplanes, credit cards, music videos, and Barbie Dolls. When they get this jumbled up list of no good results on Kooday, they will leave. And worse, they will not return. Instead, they will go back to the trusty Google, where they find what they are looking for. Without relevancy, advertisers will soon realize their dollar is wasted on Kooday. If a person owns a website that markets shoes, they want their site to appear in the results for all search terms related with shoes. Even more, they want their "sponsored" ads to appear when people search terms related to shoes. 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More than 4,000 participants are expected at the Games, for athletes over the age of 55, and they will be using 25 venues. The Tournament Capital Centre will be home to swimming and athletics, while Riverside Park will play host to dragonboat and lawn bowling competitions. Other venues used will be Charles Anderson Stadium (archery); Kamloops Tennis Centre (tennis); McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre (ice hockey); Tournament Capital Ranch (slo pitch); Kamloops Curling Club (curling); Sun Rivers and Rivershore (golf); Valleyview Arena (floor curling); Sa Hali Secondary (carpet bowling); North Shore Community Centre (whist); Colombo Hall (cribbage); Desert Gardens (darts); TRU Gym (badminton); Heritage House (bridge); Kamloops Christian School and NorKam Secondary (table tennis); Bowlertime and Falcon Lanes (bowling); South Kamloops Secondary (pickleball); Circle Creek Ranch (equestrian); McArthur Island fields (soccer); and Kamloops Bike Ranch (mountain bike). 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