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Libraries across Mayo have started to reopen and they are delighted to welcome readers back through their doors.
Both Athlone and Moate libraries have introduced a new ‘Call and Collect’ service in line with the Government’s roadmap to reopen the country. Library buildings will remain closed to public access during this initial phase.
Government funding of almost €30,000 has been approved for facilities in local public libraries for the benefit of individuals with sensory impairments, special educational needs, other learning differences, and those on the autism spectrum.
Galway-based social start-up Hashtag Media are set for an LA launch, with the help of Enterprise Ireland.
On average 65 per cent of visitors to a website find the website via search engine results. Google is the dominant search engine accounting for 85 per cent of Irish search engine usage. Search engine optimisation is a practice of improving internal and external aspects of a website in order to increase the traffic the site receives from search engines’ natural results. Search engines have algorithms that assign importance to different elements of the website namely domain name, website structure, meta tags, and link building.
On average 65 per cent of visitors to a website find it through a search engine. Google is the dominant search engine accounting for 85 per cent of Irish search engine usage while Bing and Yahoo make up 10 per cent and others less than 5 per cent. Here we will explore the best practices to improving website positions and visitor traffic to a website.
An internet technology developed at NUI Galway is to be used by President Obama’s administration in its new website devoted to the $800 billion economic stimulus package.
This year, the David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards is offering €100,000 as well as mentoring for all nine short-listed entrants and Alfie Kane, chairman of the panel of judges, is calling on Mayo entrepreneurs in the business, arts, or social areas to enter the competition.