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One of the most innovative gardens at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show was the Beyond the Screen garden sponsored by Facebook. Why? Well, in a world where social media often gets a bad press – and understandably so – this garden set out to celebrate the many ways in which social media platforms can connect people across the world in different ways.
Senator Alice-Mary Higgins has welcomed Facebook’s announcement that they will end sales of online political ads to overseas actors in advance of the May 25 Referendum. She described it as a sign that the platform is listening to some of the concerns raised by herself and others, including civil society groups like Transparency Referendum.
Research co-authored by NUI Galway lecturer says employees with diverse Twitter network develop better ideas
New research suggests that employees with a diverse Twitter network that exposes them to people and ideas they do not already know tend to generate better ideas.
Galway will be the most trended city in the country this weekend when The g Hotel in Galway is the location for the first birthday celebration of the hugely successful Into the West Blogger network.
For college graduates, LinkedIn can be an overwhelming medium to negotiate.
A picture tells a thousand words. And Junior Chamber Ireland (JCI) Mayo is hoping to help people make sure their picture is telling the right kind of story, particularly on their LinkedIn profile.
The popular Galway Advertiser Facebook page has been named as a finalist in the prestigious Irish Social Media Awards which will be handed out later this month.
A free seminar for anyone who wants to learn how to use blogging to grow their business will be held in Galway on Thursday March 14.
Social media can be a wonderful experience. It allows those who do not have a voice to have a voice. It creates links and new communities that pave the way for new sorts of communication. It allows businesses and organisations to communicate directly with their customers and members in ways that would have been deemed impractical in the past. It also gets people using the medium of language in order to praise, to encourage, to support, to embolden people who need emboldening, to vocalise causes that might otherwise remain silent.