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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.
“Team Galway” was the catchphrase being thrown around at the Galway County Council chamber on Monday evening.
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.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s online guide to living, working and doing business in the Western Region, has launched a campaign to find the seven Wonders of the West. Members of the public are asked to nominate their favourite place or experience and the nominations that receive the most public votes will be included in the final list of seven.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working, and doing business in the western region, has launched a campaign to find the ‘7 Wonders of the West'.
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.
The next meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC) will take place in a new venue at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, on Wednesday November 3 next, facilitated by Liam Horan from Slí Nua Communications & Careers (www.slinuacommunications.com ) and Mark Stephens from Mark Stephens Architects (www.markstephensarchitects.com) who will explain how to use social media in business.
Last week in this article series we explored how Facebook can be used as a marketing tool. This week we investigate how LinkedIn, now the world’s largest business social media network of 80 million members with almost 350,000 in Ireland, can be utilised effectively.
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.
This week sees the opening of “The Social Network” a film that portrays the Facebook success story. Facebook has 500 million users worldwide, 1.7 million of those are in Ireland, so how can business target the phenomenon that is Facebook.