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Posted by Admin on 19 March 2013 - 11:50 PM
Welcome across from our Facebook page!
Posted by Admin on 13 March 2013 - 08:54 PM
In recent days we have noticed a number of short spammy posts with links to Galway Businesses. The posts were all made by one post new members who registered with G Mail type accounts reflecting their client for that posts eg. Clentnumber1@gmail.c..etc.
These are links to some of the Spam Posts. The companies benefiting from the links all have one common factor. They share a common SEO services provider in Galway. The IP addresses of the posters are also similar despite having registered as different accounts.
A partially successful attempt was then made to remove the offending content and change poster identities by the agents of the SEO company.
That is why the posts in the first 3 links now appear nonsensical. We have retained copies of the original posts in our back up archives.
http://www.irishbusi...ne-use/?p=64451 is very similar and also spamming for a Galway Client Company, but appears to have been posted by another Galway SEO company.
The Irish Business Forums are an incredibly powerful way of getting your Galway Business or Irish Business noticed by Google and other search engines as every post here and links in your post and post signature for your company are immediately tweeted to over 20,000 Irish Twitter followers and are posted to Facebook immediately after the forum post is made here.
Some Galway Search Engine Optimisiation "SEO" companies have been posting very short links for Galway companies in these forums in recent days. It is very obvious that these companies are very ill informed and unprofessional in their SEO practices and are actually doing their clients more harm than good by these poor and unethical Black Hat SEO practices.
We will be contacting the Customers of these Spam merchants in coming days to advise them that their money is being used to spam the Business Forums.
Unless a director of each of these "SEO" companies contacts me this week with an unreserved apology, I'll name and shame in the forums next week.
Individual companies are always welcome to promote themselves in these forums by including information and links for their businesses in their post content and post signatures while chatting and engaging with other forum members.
Posted by Admin on 07 March 2013 - 10:40 PM
Welcome aboard, Your Free back Link for Pledgup.com your Irish Crowd Sourced Fund Raising site is now live in our Irish Business Guide and has been Tweeted to over 20,000 of our followers.
Posted by eoink on 06 March 2013 - 11:05 AM
My name is Eoin Kennedy and a cofounder of crowd funding start up called www.pledgup.com. Looking for community groups who are trying to raise funds for projects they are passionate about - think groups trying to fundraise for a play ground to school looking for new extension to sports club looking for new equipment.
Any ideas welcome.
Posted by Admin on 26 February 2013 - 10:13 PM
You are very welcome!
A quick suggestion on how to improve your signature!
Your first and third links are an example of how to make a good hyperlink (Home Gifts and Thomas Paul)
Try and personalise the wording of your Facebook, Twitter and Free Shipping Links to include some of your key words (Rua Dublin on Twitter etc.) You get much more Google juice for key word rich links.)
Posted by Admin on 19 February 2013 - 01:28 PM
Hi Niamh, You are very welcome. have you though of creating a Username for your facebook Page eg www.facebook.com/AvonCork ?
Check out http://www.facebook.com/username.
Don't forget Capital Letter when creating a username /AvonCork rather than /avoncork. It makes a huge difference!
Posted by AVON Niamhs Reps on 18 February 2013 - 04:00 PM
Just popping in to introduce myself. Since March 2012 I have been self employed as an Independent Avon Business Developer. It is different to becoming a Representative. My main focus to my business is recruiting new representatives and team retention. I will be looking for help re accounting, advertising, team/time management etc. I am a full time mum and my business comes second to this! That's why I love this kind of work because I can work around home and family commitments
Looking forward to making new friends here and learning valuable tips on how to improve my business.
Cheers for reading
Posted by Admin on 11 February 2013 - 05:11 PM
Which is the best bank for small business users in Ireland?
I'm not just talking about bank charges and availability of loans and credit but good old fashioned customer service.
I have been with Bank of Ireland now for over 30 years and have stayed with then because of the personal service I receive from my branch.
However all of the power to look after the customer has now been stripped away from local bank branch staff by head office leading to a dramatic drop in customer service standards for SME Banking Customers in recent years.
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Posted by Admin on 16 May 2012 - 07:02 PM
Registration and membership of the Irish BusinessForums is completely free for Irish Business People.
Non Irish Business related self promotion posts will generally be considered as Spam (unless pre approved) and the Users will be banned. If you feel that this is unfair (maybe you sell into Ireland etc) then contact us to establish your bona fides before you post.
To register in the Irish Business Forums, just click on the Green "Create Account" button on the top right of the screen and fill out your details. Once you submit your details, you will receive a validation email with a link that you must click on to validate your registration.
Once your registration is complete, you can log in and post in the forums and create Free Listings and Back Linksfor your own business or a business that you like at our Irish Business Guide.
Don't forget to add and set up a profile photo and "signature" for your profile including a link for your own website(s) using your User Control Panel.
If you do this, then every post you make will automatically become a free backlink and advertsisement for your own website. The more you post, the more you promote yourself and your own Business and Business Website.
Any registered member is also free to provide feedback on any listing and award that listing between one and five stars. The highest rated listings appear at the top of a search on this site for hotels, restaurants etc.
You may also add, manage and publicise your upcoming Irish Business Events, Press Launches and Product Launches in our Members Events You can even add an attendence list using the RSVP feature when you create your listing. Once ypu have created an event listing be sure and promote it firther in our members Events Forum.
All new postings in our forums are automatically added to our Facebook page at http://www.facebook....hBusinessForums and are Tweeted to over 18,000 of our Twitter Followers including followers of @BusinessIreland.
All links for your listings are "Do Follow" which mean that Google gives your own site credit for listing here.
Affilliate members are our special friends who have either
If you have any questions on how to use the site or if you have suggestions on how to improve the site, just post here!
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