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Research: Social ‘Player Power’ of Premiership Footballers outshines their clubs

Research: Social ‘Player Power’ of Premiership Footballers outshines their clubs

by on May 16, 2018

The first ever comprehensive report into the social media influence of all footballers in Premier League has revealed that individual players are becoming much more powerful brands than the clubs they play for.

The growth in players usage of Instagram has enabled an evolution in the way fans and players interact and build relationships, and this has been a key factor in the rise of ‘Player Power’.

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Rugby : Confirmed – Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding’s departure following an internal review into their conduct

by on April 15, 2018

A group who organised a protest against a culture of 'toxic masculinity' in rugby has welcomed the news that two Ulster and Ireland stars who were acquitted of raping the same woman have been sacked.

Employers Ulster Rugby and the Irish Rugby Football Union have confirmed Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding's departure following an internal review into their conduct.

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Breaking News : The sentiment of a nation captured in one sign – #IBelieveHer

by on March 30, 2018

Thousands of people have taken to the streets in protest after two international rugby players were cleared of rape.

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[Watch] .. Celebrate St Patrick’s Day this Saturday with a triple-distilled glass of Jameson

by on March 13, 2018

About Jameson Caskmates TV Commercial, 'Welcome to the Family' Song by The London Souls

Jameson introduces Caskmates Stout Edition to its family of whiskeys. Created from a partnership between a distiller and a brewer, the formula includes triple-distilled Irish whiskey finished in craft beer barrels to create a signature flavour.

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Will Northern Ireland stay in single market after Brexit?

Will Northern Ireland stay in single market after Brexit?

by on February 9, 2018

UK negotiators have been warned that the EU draft withdrawal agreement will stipulate that Northern Ireland will, in effect, remain in the customs union and single market after Brexit to avoid a hard border.

The uncompromising legal language of the draft agreement is likely to provoke a major row, something all parties to the negotiations have been trying to avoid.
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Update :  Naked Bacon was launched in Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Tesco

Update : Naked Bacon was launched in Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Tesco

by on January 1, 2018

Good news: your weekend fry-up or Friday bacon butty could soon be better for you.   Bacon that is said to be free of nitrites, preservatives, E numbers and allergens will soon appear on supermarket shelves in what is being called “a remarkable feat of food technology”. [more…]

iGaming : Can Ireland become the tech centre of iGaming?

by on November 11, 2017

Ireland with a population of just 4.77 million could follow Gibraltar and Malta into iGaming domination

With a population of just 4,773,000, the idea of Ireland becoming the tech center of iGaming and a hub for companies belonging to the iGaming world seems like an utterly outlandish suggestion, especially given the fact that the iGaming industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. [more…]

Irish Laughter Spot : Paddy dies in a fire!

by on September 27, 2017

Enjoy this very different 'Laughter Spot' from the Emerald Isle [more…]

New ambassadors appointed to shape the future of Ireland’s marketing

by on September 26, 2017

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10 SEO mistakes to avoid for your next website re-design (eBook)

10 SEO mistakes to avoid for your next website re-design (eBook)

by on June 29, 2017

10 SEO mistakes to avoid...

A free eBook to help you learn from the experience of other SEO experts.

In this guide we will cover one particular portion of the less glamarous side of website redesigns: search engine optimization. While the way we think about SEO is always evolving - with the focus now shifting towards optimizing content for the searchers themselves, as opposed to the search engines - it's still something you can't afford to overlook.

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