social media

Getting to Grips with Digital Advertising & SEO: Dublin - 17 April 2018

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Digital advertising allows nonprofit communicators to reach and appeal to their core audiences in innovative ways and with more precision. But how do you make the most of these new digital channels of communication?

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Social Media for Impact: Dublin - 22 March 2018

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As community, voluntary and charity organisations we work to bring about positive change in the lives of the people and communities we serve.  How can we utilise the tools of social media to tell the stories of this positive impact?

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Free Social Media Workshops in Galway, Dublin, Tullamore & Athlone!

Better Together 2016

From 2 September, The Wheel i

Training Events Calendar 2011

Click on any of the events below for further information or to book a place.

Better Together: The Countdown Begins

There are less that two weeks left to submit your entry for the better Together! video competition.

Answer the Call: Let's Work Better Together!

The Wheel

Win one of three €3,000 cash prizes for your charity, club or association!

Tips for Delivering Your Video Project On Budget

The country is in a recession, fundraising income is down and your budget has just been cut.

Finally! A way to use Twitter

These tools make Twitter make sense.

Everybody talks about Twitter.  Some people claim to love it, others hate it.  Some claim to be able to use it effectively to bring their organisation's message to market.  If you ar

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Training Events Calendar 2010

We have prepared an interesting and varied training events calendar for 2010.

This year's calendar will be featuring some regulars, such as events on governance, finance and a continuation

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