Archive for the ‘Marketing Strategy’ Category

The Dublin Hardware Hackathon, the first of it’s kind, attempted to follow in the footsteps of numerous successful software hackathon events that had previously taken place. The concept of a hackathon is that a weekend location is found, and promoted to the relevant community.

When we first start out in business we perform research or at least should and we list the very important keys to our business to give us guidance and understanding of what we need to say and write for our marketing. As the business grows, we can lose our way and forget these points, especially if everything is going well. As soon as new competition comes into the picture, we need to reassess the situation and use these points below to stabilise the business and change direction.

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There’s a phrase I’ve heard a few times: “As worthless as yesterday’s Racing Form.” If you’ve never been initiated to the […]

While the world of digital provides endless opportunities for brands to reach their target audience, there’s nothing quite like the […]

Here are the top 7 mistakes people make most often when using SMS marketing.

Here’s a quick look at some of the best marketing strategies that you can follow to give your gym an edge over its competitors. And they don’t have to just apply to gyms as they can be adapted to apply to any service business.

Achieving an effective, thriving company is hard work, and if you choose to utilize a website in creating income, you will quickly learn that generating fresh content is essential to SEO and establishing your company. A great way to constantly keep new ideas flowing, is with user generated content

How can you write content that will make your business stand out, if you’re doing the same thing as everyone else? It’s easy to give in to the temptation to rest on your laurels and think that everyone knows what you do.

Digital interactives are here to stay, there’s no doubt it. It’s time for digital markets to fuss up and get used to them.