This Friday, 23rd August 2013 sees the very first Ready Girls Cyber-Bullying Forum take place on the facebook page of Ready Girls – www.facebook.com/readygirls from 8.30-9.30pm.
Social media when used responsibly affords us as individuals and businesses many wonderful opportunities. It’s created jobs in industries that didn’t exist ten years ago, it’s enabled businesses to expand their marketplace, improved communications with customers, assists in customer service and more.
For personal users it enables families and friends to stay connected no matter where they may be in the world, it’s reconnected old friends and in many cases it’s helped people make new friends. There are many positives but key to using it effectively is responsibility, just as it is in the offline world and always has been.Read More
Spring is in the air and those brighter days encourage us all to start de-cluttering the house and/or office, to get walking and start dreaming of those summer days not too far away.
In business we can easily accumulate a mass of admin or processes that get out of control easily and swallows up a little more of our time than we’d ever thought it would.
So in this post we’re going to look at some top tips for spring-cleaning your social media.Read More
Those of us of a certain age remember a pre-internet time when a school project meant browsing through an encylopedia or a trip to the library. Or how when we needed a plumber in a hurry we had to rely on the trusty phone book or family/friends. Now we’re connected practically 24/7 and it’s made for a very different, albeit fascinating world and often such development brings with it risk – and fear of the unknown for those who aren’t regulars on the web.Read More
Amongst the many rumours ahead of Facebook’s big announcement on 15th January 2013, was the expectation that it might be a search engine.Read More
Christmas and New Year’s is perhaps the only time here in Ireland that we take time off to enjoy family and friends, welcome loved ones from abroad and generally make an effort to switch off from work. If you’re in retail you quite probably spent some of the holiday period working before the big day and with post-Christmas sales.Read More