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Actions & Insights – Why I attend the Social Media Summit

Last March, I attended the Social Media Summit in Dublin. It was one of the most worthwhile and informative conferences I’d attended in ages. Why? Because I came away with over 40 action points that have had a positive and tangible impact on my business. In the last five years, social media has evolved into my main marketing tool, it’s...

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Meet the speakers - Jamie White from Leading Social

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I'm an award winning entrepreneur and speaker. I've promoted and sold events to over half a million people, hosting some of the biggest names in business & entertainment. I've also created, established and sold &, two websites that collectively reached over 100 million millennials weekly. I've achieved all this...

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Meet the speakers - Lisa Toner from Hubspot

To start, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I was born on the north west coast of Ireland in Donegal and was raised in the wet and wild city of Galway. I currently lead a team of marketers on content strategy and influencer relations for HubSpot’s Sales line, including HubSpot CRM and HubSpot Sales. After work, I’m...

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What I took away from Social Media Summit 2016

So I'm fairly new to the social media world and apart from using Facebook, twitter and viewing the odd LinkedIn profile, I'm still on a learning curve. Listening to Samantha Kelly on Q102 in February 16 I was eager to learn more and especially at the Social Media Summit. I run a charity on a voluntary basis in south Dublin for adults with an Intellectual Disability...

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The story of the Social Media Summit video was used!

Having decided to bring the social media summit to Ireland, I knew that people would be watching my progress. This wasn’t going to be an easy task. True Irish businesses were using social media but they seemed to have a real ‘fear’ around it and didn’t fully understand what they were doing (this was the reason I decided to do...

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