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Get your Tweet on at free social media talk next month

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Learn how to get the most out of Twitter at a free briefing event organised by Irish Times Training, which will take place in Galway next month.

Irish language record attempt in Castlebar

Comhrá 24/7 will be the longest continuous conversation in the Irish language ever held, running from September 29 to October 6, in a bid to create a conversational world record as part of Bliain na Gaeilge 2013.

Bloggers beware — Twitter defamation case settled

The clock is ticking for bloggers who think they are immune from Ireland’s defamation laws and can libel and slag off who they like on social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook.

Poor Clares get substantial donation after blogger defames Galway-based businessman

A blogger has apologised for defamatory tweets posted last month about Declan Ganley in what is believed to be the first legal settlement in the State involving Twitter content.

How to use Twitter to grow your business

Ireland is home to some of the world's leading digital companies from Facebook to Google and Yahoo to Twitter. One cannot help but notice the growth in digital media, its constant evolution and its use as a tool to promote people, products, and businesses.

Major Mayo tweet up for Connacht’s #SME community

If the people of Ireland are looking for a demonstration of positive growth, they do not have to look any further than the Twitter group #SMEcommunity.

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Small business lead the way to the first 32 county tweet-up

If Ireland is looking for a demonstration of phenomenal growth and positivity it doesn’t have to look much further than the Twitter group known as #SMEcommunity. On Friday January 27 at 11am, the County Arms Hotel in Birr, Co Offaly is hosting a free, offline event for members of #SMEcommunity. The first of its kind in Ireland, there will be representatives from the 32 counties.

Irish businesses revert back to basics with the help of modern technology

A dynamic group of Irish business people are collectively running an online support group for small business via Twitter. The group has grown from two tweeters three months ago to 750 to date. Such is the success of the Twitter group, aptly named #SMEcommunity, that after having 12 informal meet ups around Ireland, it is now beginning another round.

Twitter, poems, and Michael D at Town of Books Festival

Medieval Graiguenamanagh will be catapulted into the technology age this weekend, as Tweeters and non-Tweeters alike gather for the Town of Books Festival.

 

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