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I’ve always concentrated on just building websites and when I started out first it was nearly enough to just have a website. There were fewer sites around, less competition and more room for success but the internet is so crowded these days that you really need to work at getting your new site noticed and… Read More
Ok, you can probably do this easy with a plugin but I’ve over 50 active plugins on this site and it feels like an awful lot sometimes and can it affect the perforamce of my site. You can accomplish a lot of the tasks plugins achieve by using manual code in your template files and… Read More | 2 Comments
This was the question asked of me at the Leitrim Business Network ‘IT expert Q & A’ this week. I’d like to expand on my answer here.
It’s a valid and pretty common question and to be honest, not one I knew how to answer when people first started… Read More
>> Posted in General on May 3rd, 2012 |
I think some new definitions and thinking are in order for continued successful business branding via Social Networking sites these days. I reckon it’s time to go back to basics.
Dead to me are the people who post the same kinda boring business stuff in a never ending, automated looking stream. 52 ways to… Read More
>> Posted in Internet Tips on April 4th, 2012 |
I write this on a day when it was announced that massively popular Social Networking site Twitter will be setting up an international base in Ireland. There had been murmurings that it might happen from months back but there was stiff competition from a number of other cities including London but Dublin… Read More | 4 Comments
Several online acquaintances were kind enough recently (I didn’t ask them!) to offer me some super critical feedback on how they saw my Social Networking and Branding efforts online. From their ‘comfortable distances’ they pointed out the flaws in some of the things I say in my Twitter and Facebook feeds and advised me to desist from… Read More | 3 Comments
Below are some results from a recent study undertaken by Sarah Diffley, Research Masters Student at Letterkenny Institute of Technology:
The total number of respondents who started the survey was 1,145. Of these respondents, 829 completed the survey. This constitutes an overall survey response rate of 72.4%. However, a quota sample of 376 was… Read More
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