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The web as a marketing tool

This week I will discuss the use of websites and the key elements to making a successful site, as distinct from online marketing which I will discuss next week.

If the political poster goes, what will replace it?

There is a growing movement - or, more accurately, a growing feeling - that the day of the election poster is coming to an end.

Rural broadband only good for Bebo

The broadband problem in Mayo is so great that the local Internet connection in many country areas, like Glenisland and Islandeady, is only good enough to allow people access Bebo, according to Labour's Harry Barrett. Over a quarter of the rural population (28 per cent) are relying on mobile broadband according to the latest EU telecoms report, as they do not have access to fixed-lines.

Obama recovery programme using technology developed at NUI Galway

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.

Website to help cut EU jargon for Mayo people

A new website will help Mayo people cut through the jargon and bureaucratic language which can make the EU seem remote from our daily lives, according to Mayo Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Labour Affairs, Dara Calleary.

Bullet Design launches new service - creating digital publications for your company

College Road-based Bullet Design has just launched its new website — www.digiflip.ie — a site designed to show businesses digital versions of printed brochures, magazines in a digital flip page format which can now be created for them by Bullet Design.

Digital research institute announces €400,000 Enterprise of the Future project

The Digital Enterprise Research Institute at NUI Galway has announced a three-year Enterprise of the Future technology project, supported by Cisco.

Digital research institute announces €400,000 Enterprise of the Future project

The Digital Enterprise Research Institute at NUI Galway has announced a three-year Enterprise of the Future technology project, supported by Cisco.

 

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