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Into The West Blogger Network ware inviting everyone interested in learning more about the business of blogging to the last big ITWBN event of the year to be held this Sunday November 15 at the Galway Bay Hotel. The event will comment at noon and run through to 4.30pm. It aims to highlight the importance of “Blogging for Business, SEO and Content Marketing” for businesses.
Online Marketing in Galway’s (OMiG) next meet up session is taking place on Monday next April 29 at 7pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway.
Online marketing in Galway will hold its first meeting of the season next Tuesday (October 30) in the Harbour Hotel Galway.
Local businesses have been invited to a free seminar outlining methods of generating publicity through social media and emerging technologies.
A new online network entitled Online Marketing in Galway has been set up as a place for marketers to share best practices, knowledge and ultimately enable small businesses to make the most out of free online tools.
Irish companies are lagging behind and losing massive market share to their UK and US counterparts according to research by the .ie Domain Registry (IEDR).
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.
The digital marketing revolution has arrived and the internet is now helping us find information, goods, and services not just globally but locally, quickly and easily. The following top tips have been offered by Aró, online marketing consultants for SMEs and existing website owners wishing to enhance their visibility for their websites and drive revenue online. Some of these strategies are also useful for non website owners, as follows:
The digital marketing revolution has truly arrived and the internet is now helping us find information, goods, and services not just globally but locally, quickly, and easily. Here is a 10 tip overview of top online actions for SMEs; for existing website owners to enhance their visibility for their websites and drive revenue online, and Web 2.0 strategies for non website owners, that don’t incur any cost, just time.