• TL:DR? Watch this video instead :) Now more than ever a blog is essential for any business. I have written previously about how your customers are using the internet for all manner of tasks. You can learn just about anything online now, book everything online, order all manner of services, you can even design custom fabric and get a pattern printed directly onto it and sent to you to sew. You can probably hire someone to sew it for you too! How do customers and clients find the products, services or contractors that they want? They use search and they use social referrals or finds. Think about your last five online purchases: what prompted you to purchase? When you think

    May 21,
    - by Roseanne
  • 1 blog post per month
    4 social media updates
    1 newsletter send
    Quarterly performance report and analysis

    Feb 23,
    - by Roseanne
  • Thanks for booking an appointment with OnlineHub.ie. You will receive a confirmation email shortly and a reminder email 24 hours before your appointment. If you have any queries in the meantime please contact me, Roseanne, at roseanne@onlinehub.ie. I'm looking forward to our chat!

    Mar 03,
    - by Roseanne
  • OnlineHub.ie exists to provide online marketing advice, service and support to Irish organisations and businesses.To this end I provide expertise in online marketing trends and developments. I deliver top quality online marketing projects in a timely and cost effective manner. With over 15 years experience in creating systems to gather, organise, review, catergorise and disseminate content, my particular specialism is content strategy.I will work with you to create an online strategy based on your own business plan. This flexible online strategy will develop in tandem with your business.Your strategy will enable ownership of your online space, an online hub. It will allow you to engage with stakeholders on the ever-shifting social networks with confidence and finesse.Whether you are dipping your toes

    May 20,
    - by Roseanne
  • Last week we wrote a blog post about getting your small business ready for compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It was based on our work with clients in helping them prepare for the big day on May 25th. It proved to be timely and extremely popular. So we gathered up all the resources and the worksheets that we had developed for clients and put together a four-part guide for small business to help them prepare for GDPR. It is delivered via email as follows: The Guide breaks down as follows: Step 1: Reading tasks to help you understand what exactly the General Data Protection Regulation is, what it means for your company and, indeed, for you as an

    May 02,
    - by Roseanne
  • Do I have to write blog posts, update Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, the latest social fad (SnapChat? Gawd halp us!) and keep a website updated? Roseanne considers this question in this blog post and offers some advice for how to manage your media. I was in the garden a good while back, having a coffee break. My neighbour Bob has 138 homing pigeons; he breeds them. They really are kind of amazing. For example, they are so attuned to "home" that they only perch on Bob's roof. It is rare that any of them even put a toe across the completely imaginary boundary between our house and Bob's. Talk about targeted! I was thinking that the reason Bob's pigeons exist is

    Mar 01,
    - by Roseanne
  • If your business deals with other businesses or consumers considering a high value transaction or you are considering new positions then you should be making the most of your LinkedIn profile. This blog post is full of tips on how to make the most of this lucrative online real estate. In my previous life as a digital recruiter I was, of course, a power user of LinkedIn. I've made considered decisions and also some crazy snap judgements based on what I have seen on LinkedIn profiles. I found my highest paid placement through LinkedIn which made all the hours of sifting through profiles extremely worthwhile. While it was rare to find an extremely bad profile, it often became clear, on receipt

    Apr 17,
    - by Roseanne
  • This post was written as my "entry" for Congregation 2013, based on an article I developed for Pixel Post, Pixel Design’s Client Newsletter in November 2013. With the announcement of LinkedIn Promoted Posts in August it is clear that there must be value in paying to have your content pushed to a relevant audience. But value for whom? Your product or service or the social networks’ coffers? In this post I examine the evidence available that teases out this question in relation to the big three: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Pinterest and other web applications also have contextual content based promotion tools for business (See my recent post about Publishing platforms for example) but I am choosing to focus on the

    Dec 18,
    - by Roseanne