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Cuil and the gang to take on Google

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A group of former Google engineers has launched a rival internet search engine, Cuil, saying it is an improved version of the world's most popular search tool.

Choosing the right hair colour for you

Like most people I have spent a small fortune on hair colours and styles over the years.

Cuil and the gang to take on Google

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A group of former Google engineers has launched a rival internet search engine, Cuil, saying it is an improved version of the world's most popular search tool.

The web factor – optimising your business on the internet

There was a time when it was difficult for a small business to justify the need for a website. The World Wide Web was originally an ideal in sharing knowledge; however, business soon woke up to the opportunities. In today’s fast-paced, increasingly technological world, more online users of all ages are being targeted with advertising, while they themselves are using the web to search out information on goods and services before making purchasing decisions.

Recession-busting website offer at 21st Century

Many people now search for products, services and information online. With improving broadband and more and more people using the internet as their main method of researching and obtaining goods and services, businesses can't afford to ignore the web.

The web as a marketing tool

This week I will discuss the use of websites and the key elements to making a successful site, as distinct from online marketing which I will discuss next week.

Online presence more important than ever for Mayo businesses

As part of their e-Business Support Initiative, Fáilte Ireland is holding a Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Workshop in Hotel Westport on March 24 for local tourism businesses.

Do you really need marketing and if you do, where do you start?

In this age of the entrepreneur it seems there’s never been a better time to start your own business. And many people do, full of enthusiasm and new ideas. The trick is how to stand out from the crowd and differentiate your new products and services.

President’s prizes see the summer season come to close

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New car scrappage scheme unveiled

The Irish motor industry has received a shot in the arm with a new scrappage scheme on cars 10 years or older.

 

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