Rural Companies Flourish Online

The enticing option of leaving the city and making an online living in rural Ireland In modern Ireland, the cost of housing in the main urban centres is eye-wateringly  expensive and simply paying for the roof over your head, cripples any hope of enjoying other activities such as eating, driving and enjoying a sneaky pint […]

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Subject Lines Matter!

Write interesting and inspiring Subject Lines to get your email opened! If you want to get your emails opened by an important client or a new prospect? Then there are two things you must never do and three things that will increase your chances of getting your email opened.   Two things you should never […]

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Why are you not responsive?

Does your website do what it should across all devices?  Does it read easy on the eye with clever navigation and the minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling? Is it responsive?   A responsive website has been designed and optimised so that it looks its best on all devices, including mobile screens.  It looks different, […]

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Woman deciding to buy online

Understanding the Online Buyer Process

When it comes to making purchases online, many business owners mistakenly believe that their customers purchase choices are sporadic and random. In fact, before making a purchase online, customers undergo a multi-step process that reaffirms their decision and helps convince them that they have made the correct choice.   This multistage process is most commonly […]

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How Wholesalers get on line

If you are a wholesaler, manufacturers or distributor you have watched the growing global ecommerce trend with a mix of both fear and longing.  The idea that you can reach end users for your product is attractive.  However most realise that this puts a strain between you and your trade customers.  Why should they buy […]

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6 Things to Do Between Christmas & New Years 2018

The best thing about an Irish Christmas is that special ‘down time’ after the Big Day. Those easy days when all the hype is over and the turkey bones are picked clean. Unlike most of mainland Europe and our crazy American cousins, we don’t rush out to the Boxing Day Sales or hurry immediately to […]

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