Getting Social on St. Patrick’s Day

 Tips & Tricks to Get Your Brand Noticed This St. Patrick’s Weekend You can never go wrong with playing up the holidays. Create a buzz on your Social Platforms this St. Patrick’s weekend and bring the hype of the holiday to your business. What is great about doing this is that it is simple and definitely worth it for your business.   Let’s take a look at what some big brands out there have done to create a buzz around their brand on St. Patrick’s Day. #IrelandInspires Fáilte Ireland released a video on the 13th of March this year that

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Nominee in OMiG First Ever Awards!

Online Marketing in Galway Awards With almost 200 applicants in Galway City and Countys’ first ever Online Marketing Awards we are delighted to announce that Digital Training Institute is a nominee in the Online Marketing in Galway Awards.  The OMiG Awards is run by a group of volunteers all part of the Online Marketing in Galway network, the Awards and Prizes are funded by main partners, Galway County and City Enterprise Boards, Connacht Tribune and sponsors; Tree Light Pictures, Cantec Printers Galway, IMS Marketing, Galway Technology Centre, Digital Marketing Institute, City Web, Touchwood.ie, Tim Tetlow, Julia Dunin Photography and iON

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Facebook Etiquette

If a Business is new to Facebook what to post and what not to post can often be confusing. What a business needs is a set of guidelines or rules to follow that will help make their experience with Facebook easy and stress free.  Facebook Do’s & Don’ts We have put together a list of Facebook Dos and Don’ts that will help your business follow the right path to a successful Facebook page. Rule number one don’t ever copy another Businesses Status Update, you want your business to be better than your competitors not the same. Do share interesting Links

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Young Minds Online Free Presentation In Your School

There are very many reasons why we need to protect Young Minds Online. As a mother of two children and a regular speaker and mentor in schools, Joanne found that while tweens and teens are up to date with social technologies, their appreciation for protecting their online privacy and reputation is minimal. Joanne has also long held the idea that very often parents aren’t aware of the pitfalls or indeed advantages of social. And so they cannot be of help in trying online situations. Joanne began thinking quite seriously about this topic and decided that she could and should do something about

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