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Darragh Doyle of Talks To Bloggertone TV

In this month’s interview Bloggertone TV meets Darragh Doyle to discuss a new Irish Online Community called Now it seemed crazy to chat over Skype when we both worked in Dublin .So I ditched my Skype Camera, grabbed my umbrella and hit the mean streets of Dublin (they are not that mean really).

Darragh is the Community Manager of a really exciting start up called and would be known by many as one Ireland’s most influential people in the social media world. And what struck me when chatting to him was that he is a genuine person who will always remember a face and will always find time to engage and help his community.  He, unlike some people I have encountered before is the same guy online a he is offline. He is worth following on Twitter – @darraghdoyle.

The purpose of our interview was to discuss the exciting start up that is

So what is

Okay in a nutshell it is a website aimed at mapping, connecting and entertaining Irish people around the world.  An online community for Irish people and those who have any association or interest with Irishness. It is currently at BETA stage and is expected to officially launch in the summer of 2012.

The site seems to have amazing potential in bringing together people from all corners of the globe. It was apparent from talking to Darragh just how powerful bringing together people with shared passions and the same interests can be. So watch the interview and do not forget to share your thoughts.

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I hope you enjoyed the Interview, what do you make of Do you see value in connecting and engaging with Irish business professionals around the world? During the interview I claimed I was off to set up a account, so did I? Find out here

Greg is a Social Media trainer and workshop facilitator with the Digital Marketing Institute. He has also delivered lectures and short courses for leading organisations including SureSkills, and The Michael Smurfit Business School. Greg also works with the Ahain Group as a Social Business Consultant. He believes that in order to make social media work for your business you must have a clear business goal, a clearly defined strategy and make sure that everything you do is measureable. Specialities include: Social Media Training | Personal Branding |Social Business Consultancy | Social Strategy Workshops | Interview Techniques | Psychometric Profiling | LinkedIn Training | Facebook Training | Twitter Training | Blogging | Online Video and You Tube Training | Emerging Social Media (Pinterest, Foursquare, Instagram, Google+ etc.) More information at: and

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  • Hi Greg, thanks for another great interview, Darragh’s personality and passion shines though online and he is the perfect guy to be community manager at I’m really liking the idea and there are some great people behind the site. It’s very much a case of watch this space, this will go far I reckon. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    Yep, this has great potential as a site. And very
    often a great idea needs great people to believe in it and make it successful
    and WorldIrish would appear to have some highly influential people championing
    it on.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, Greg, you continue to impress me with your interviews!!!  Darragh was very interesting and I enjoyed his insights.

    – Anita

  • Thanks Niall – yes, a Dynamic and Inspiring guy.  

  • Interesting linkage between self-awareness and authenticity – I think it is explained very well.
    Looking forward to Part Two, Warren and Jay

  • Thanks for including my goal setting mistake post Elaine. Hope readers of your article find it useful.

  • Elaine: I will +1 and bookmark this post and go through point by point. Thanks for sharing your review of 2012 and outlook for 2013.

  • Hi Elaine. great info, thanks for sharing and including the Ahain Group report.

  • Elaine,
    I love this list. I think successful entrepreneurs should always be looking at their business models and their businesses over all as a constantly evolving thing. As the world changes, so do markets and new opportunities will always be presenting themselves.

  • super fun Roundup ! Thanks for that

  • Wow, Thanks Elaine, really informative – there is a huge amount of useful information that I can use in here. Nice one!

  • Janine Gilmour

    Great article Elli. Love the way you look at the whole person, logical and emotional. Seems decisions made without bringing head and heart into the equation tend to be second guessed later.

  • ElliStGeorgeGodfrey

    Hello Janine. Thank you! Either we believe a negative story we’re telling ourselves so we miss the opportunity or we get carried away by the heat of the moment and get something akin to buyer’s remorse. Following a process that uses both heart and mind keeps us focused on what we truly want for our businesses.

  • ElliStGeorgeGodfrey

    Agree, Anika! Sometime we avoid the due diligence because we think it will take too much time. Yet, like Janine pointed out, we might end up second guessing ourselves later. Sometimes what seems to be a good thing turns out to be the opposite when we go back and take a closer look.

  • I am glad to have your appreciation, Sean.

  • How about the built-in health parameters / body movements app?

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