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Social Media Olympics

How To Apply The Olympic Mind-Set To Your Social Media Marketing

With the Olympics almost upon us we will see a flurry of sporting activity as people are inspired by the great efforts and achievements of the sports people taking part. You may be motivated to become more active or perhaps you are having Olympics themed days in your workplace. Here are some tips on how you can apply the Olympic mind-set to your social media marketing.

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Posted in: Business Solutions, Small Businesses, Social Media
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Social Media Awards 2012 Finalist

Sage Is A Finalist In The Social Media Awards 2012

It was a nail biting wait but we were very excited last week when we saw that we are a finalist in the Social Media Awards in the Blog Of A Business category. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on May 17th in the Mansion House, Dublin. The Sage Blog is our social media hub, it holds the content and information that we share via our other social media channels and is also where people can come to find out more about the our various social media initiatives such as our Facebook Lunch 'n Learn chats and our Facebook Page Takeover Competition. Continue reading…

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Stephen Dillon and Terence Bowden about to take part in the Sage Lunch 'n Learn on April 12th 2012

Business Start-Up Advice From The Experts

By Beatrice Whelan, Social Media and Content Specialist at Sage  ‘How To Survive The First Two Years in Business’ was the topic of our third Facebook Lunch ‘n Learn on the 12th April 2012. Terence Bowden, Venture Manager at DCU Ryan Academy and Stephen Dillon Managing Director of The Corkage Group & Founder of Startups.ie joined [...]

Posted in: Small Businesses, Social Media, Startups
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How To Choose A Social Media Expert For Your Business

Many businesses large and small are looking for the help of social media consultants. As the industry is unregulated anyone can be a social media 'expert' so how does a business owner tell who is good and who is not so good, especially if they don't know much about social media themselves. There really is no such thing as a social media expert just people that do social media well. Continue reading…

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