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SME entrepreneurs working together through social media

#SMEcommunity is a group set up on Twitter by SMEs for SMEs, with the aim to support, encourage, help and advise each other through social media. It started with a simple tweet on June 16 between Debbie Harper of Tús Nua Designs and Kehlan Kirwin from FocuSMEIreland. Very quickly other Irish business people joined in and by the end of the evening #SMEcommunity was trending in Ireland.

How to sign up for Buy Mayo

You can support this campaign by posting your details on our Facebook and Twitter accounts or by emailing [email protected]

How to sign up for Buy Mayo

You can support this campaign by posting your details on our Facebook and Twitter accounts or by emailing [email protected]

LookWest.ie shortlisted for social media award

LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working and doing business in Ireland’s western region, has been shortlisted for a social media award. The awards, which celebrate the best of social media, are organised by Damien Mulley, one of Ireland’s leading authorities on social media. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges comprising a combination of industry experts and members of the public who have been selected as judges because of their interest and knowledge in online social networking.

LookWest.ie shortlisted for Social Media Award

LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s online guide to living, working, and doing business in Ireland’s Western Region, is in the running for a Social Media Award at tonight’s award ceremony. The campaign has been shortlisted in the Use Of Social Media By A State Body category.

Advertiser’s Facebook election posts viewed one million times in three days

The Galway Advertiser’s online coverage of the twists and turns of both Galway constituencies this week was viewed more than a million times in three days, according to data published last evening by Facebook.

Keep in touch with all the results from tomorrow’s count with the Mayo Advertiser

If you want to stay in touch with all that is happening at the election count in Mayo the Mayo Advertiser will be your one stop shop. We will be bringing you all the news from the count centre online on the day.

Campaigning has come a long way from standing on a barrel outside churches

This election will be like no other for a number of reasons. But one of the major reasons has been the explosion of social media since we last went to the ballot boxes in a general election in 2007. While Facebook is something that has become part of the social fabric of communication world wide, it was only in its infancy as a world-wide communication tool four years ago. But even Facebook has been usurped as a instant communication tool by the evolution of Twitter.

Mayo County Council tweets roads updates

With freezing conditions descending across the county in the early mornings, Mayo County Council has turned to the power of social media to let people know where the problems on the roads are.

Aro targets Facebook success for businesses

Here we will explore how to set up a business page, update your wall, how to integrate applications into your business page and how to use Facebook advertising as a cost effective tool.

 

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