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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.

European Fiscal Treaty - for and against

Yes - Fine Gael

Cloud computing for beginners at GMIT

Cloud computing is where software applications, processing power, data, and potentially even artificial intelligence are accessed over the internet. Many private individuals now regularly use an online email application such as gmail, Yahoo Mail, or Hotmail. Exchanging messages and sharing photos and video on social networking sites such as Facebook is now also very common. However these types of cloud computing activities are just the beginning. Indeed, it is likely that within a couple of years the vast majority of personal home and business computing will be internet based.

Former Intel head says Ireland must be smarter and quicker if we are to survive

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Speaking in Galway this week, Dr Craig Barrett, the former head of Intel in Ireland, said that we had to be smarter, better educated and think quicker, if we were to survive in the modern world of economic development.

Aró’s essential tips to improve website visitor traffic

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.

Two days in the blog — Social networking gurus to attend Blogtalk this month

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Social media experts and social networking enthusiasts will descend on NUI Galway from 26-27 August for BlogTalk, an international event to discuss current online trends and future developments in social media.

Top ten online marketing tips for SMEs

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:

Top ten online marketing tips for SMEs

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.

Top ten online marketing tips for SMEs

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.

The Boy With The Dragon Yahoo and other Swedish things

SOMEWHERE in Dublin. Probably Buswells. A Wednesday. Around teatime. Cups are clinking. A man stands up on a chair. Silently, a grey cat breaks wind and spits into a fire. Simultaneously. The man talks.

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