Did you perhaps mean touchdowns?
- n. Plural form of touchpoint.
“I'd always been pretty familiar with the main touchpoints (as it were) -- first, second, third base and home run.”
“But the Columbus conference will target five sectors of the community -- the coalition calls them "touchpoints" -- in which victims might reach out for help: business, faith, health care, legal services and victim services.”
“Vice President Tom Hellams highlighted several "touchpoints" - ways in which the division is engaging people in ministry.”
“Industry gurus believe such sites attract new consumers and allow existing fans to dig in deeper, opening up more "touchpoints" with the media franchises and their affiliated brands.”
“The problem with today's approach to e-procurement is that even after automation the purchasing process involves too many people, creating a maze of "touchpoints" for transactions and impeding e-procurement efficiencies it is supposed to produce.”
“Create more "touchpoints" to affect customer's brand experience (without annoying them)”
“Speaking at the 5th annual Microsoft India Research Symposium Techvista, he said there would be 1,000 'touchpoints' across the country where citizens could register and a central data base was being created to avoid any duplication of the unique ID numbers.”
“And interactions or "touchpoints" are categorized at each step.”
“My introduction to the good doctor was through a "touchpoints" video from the library at our obstetrician’s office.”
Looking for tweets for touchpoints.