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Google exec Brian McCaffrey invokes The King for charity run

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People might think Castlebar man Brian McCaffrey is a little tutti frutti when they see him sprinting around Clontarf, Dublin, in his blue suede shoes next weekend, but it is all for a very good cause.

Free digital marketing exercises to improve business

Galway Executive Skillnet is hosting a free digital marketing event on May 22 in Pillo Hotel.

Young Mayo artists want to doodle for Google

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Two young doodlers from Mayo are bidding for huge national exposure for their adventurous sketches.

The west is all a-twitter as top tourism bloggers are brought on a tour of the region

THE west was awake on twitter all this week after 40 of the world’s top travel and tourism bloggers were brought on an exciting trour of the west of Ireland, courtesy of Failte Ireland.

Bing shows off Ballynahinch lake to 12.7 million searchers

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Microsoft search engine Bing is always on the lookout for inventive and interesting regional images to feature on the homepage, with the aim to encourage Britons to get out and see more of the great outdoors.

Online Marketing in Galway presents JCI Galway and Marketer Dave

Online Marketing in Galway’s (OMiG) next meet up session is taking place on Monday next April 29 at 7pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway.

GMIT offers new honours degree in digital media and society

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GMIT is offering a new honours degree in digital media and society in its Mayo campus, designed in collaboration with leading international ICT companies and organisations.

TomTom Places now available in Ireland

TomTom is rapidly expanding its local search engine, TomTom Places. The service has recently been introduced in Sweden, Austria, Norway, Spain, and is now available in Ireland.

Through the glass darkly

Back in 1997, when the Internet was beginning to change our lives in ways we never could have guessed, the media-savvy John Paul II decided this new invention needed a patron saint. For the honour, he chose Saint Isidore of Seville (560-636), a Doctor of the Church, and the last of those formidable scholars who salvaged what they could of the culture of the dying Roman Empire.

Let’s work together to make local business work

It is a little known fact that the vast majority of business in this country involves companies transacting with each other. The volume of business-to-business transactions is much higher than that transacted between companies and consumers.


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