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#1 Stuart

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Posted 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

  • a proven record of actively supporting and particpating in the forums or
  • placed a link for the Irish Business Forums on their own site or
  • purchased affilliate membership though the Become and Affilliate link in the main site menu bar or
  • are active in the forums as a voluntary "area" or "activity" expert and forum moderator where they assist in promoting their own business sector or assist in promoting and advising on their specialist business area (HR, Legal, Accountancy, Marketing SEO etc.). To apply to be considered as a Forum Moderator, just contact me (Stuart) via the private messaging system here or else email me with a contact number for a quick chat at stuart (at)) irish business forums com.

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!

Kind regards,

Stuart


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#2 BOOSTBusiness

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 11:38 AM

Thanks you!


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Jason McChesney

BOOST Business Coaching Ltd

20 Priory Hall, Stillorgan. Co. Dublin

Tel. 01 2122 692

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PS Contact me for a FREE Business Coaching Session to help you get more out of your business / career.


#3 Rom Massey

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 10:35 AM

Few things online are really for free, and if they are there always tends to be an underlining factor that eventually gets to the money part of getting the free item. One thing is for sure, which I learned as a total beginner online or as they are called these days a newbie, anyway you will never be given the key to success for free or as an addition or any such thing, but there is gold in information that leads the way to the easiest and simplest way to make success online.


#4 Stuart

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 10:52 AM

Hi Ron,

 

Well, these forums are really for free. They are run by just me in my own spare time as a Social Entrepreneur project. so any assistance that we get from other subject area experts willing to share their experience in social media, marketing, finance, etc.  with the gang is always welcomed by both myself and the other forum members.

 

One quick suggestion!

 

Edit your free back link in your own Forum signature from "Click Here" which gains you very little benefit on Google to something much better like Rom Massey Dublin Funeral Directors . Bolding the Key Phrase is also recommended.

 

Then every time you post in the forums, you gain a much more valuable and free back link for your business through your forum signature.

 

Kind regards,

 

Stuart



#5 conor950

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Posted 26 May 2013 - 12:05 PM

I am pleased with what I see so far and am interested in reading and contributing to the forum, as a office products supplier dealing with businesses every day, I see the need for more places that Irish business owners can share there expertise and help each other. I myself am a business consultant and trainer and also have a computer tutorial website. However I spend most of my time learning every day.



#6 Guest_steve tracey_*

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Posted 10 August 2013 - 01:24 PM

Just joined the forum, well couple days ago. Am I going to learn owt from it? If I just learn how to use these cursed touch screens without loads of spelling mistakes that'll be a plus. OMG as the young say it's working already. Really good forum to be on!
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#7 EirSurvey

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 10:58 AM

Hi Steve,

Just signed up myself - the forums don't seem to be too active which often happens with these things. Maybe a few new members with interesting ideas might get a bit of interest going.

What line of business are you interested in?

Gerry

#8 justin

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 04:13 PM

Hi Steve just getting to grips with the typing myself, try Meavus Beacon she is great for Typing practice.



#9 CairdLogic

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 01:26 PM

Hi,

I'm Pat O'Brien, I own Caird Logic LTD, an app and hardware design company. This is my first post to Irish Business Forums.

 



#10 FLiBiGO

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 07:40 AM

Hello everybody,

 

As a Dublin based company, we are happy to meet business people here.

 

Personally, I am German with a profound admiration for your beautiful country and the kindness of the Irish people I have met until now.

 

If anyone needs help to set up a professional website, let us know. We are specialized in multilingual websites (especially French, German and English) all including responsive web design, meaning your website will look perfect on most devices: smartphones, tablets, notebooks, desktops, TVs...

 

Our offers include a wide range of services (setting up social network accounts, Google Analytics accounts). Why not selling your products online to the continent?

 

Customers have increases of up to 128 % of visitors, up to 193 % of pages, up to 159 % of online sales and up to 19 % of local sales.

 


Jörg

 

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#11 STOMP Marketing and PR

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Posted 10 November 2013 - 12:41 AM

Hi All

 

My name is Melanie Boylan and I recently set up my business STOMP Marketing and PR in Co Wicklow.   I have joined this forum to learn more about running my own business, any training opportunities and of course a bit of networking.

 

My USP would be targeting Sole Traders and SME's and helping them improve their social profile at a budget they can afford.

 

I look forward to hearing more from you on the forum.

 

Regards



#12 mobilitycareireland

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 02:52 PM

Hay guys Tony here from Mobility Care Ireland , just wondering if you have set up a Facebook or linkedin business discussion group . Maybe even a web master mind group might a good place to share website promotion idea's. 

Thanks From Tony 


Website: http://www.mobilitycareireland.com/

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Email: support@mobilitycareireland


#13 Diamond Specialist

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Posted 12 January 2014 - 08:55 PM

Hello Everybody,

 

This is our first post on Irish business forms.

Loyes Diamonds is a new business in Dublin city with over 12 years experience in our field.

 
About Loyes Diamonds
Engagement Ring /Wedding Band Specialist.Hand Selected. Ethically Sourced. 100 % GIA Certified Diamonds. www.loyesdiamonds.ie
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Company Overview

Loyes Diamonds delivers to its valued clients the promise of a special unique individual service and unrivaled product to match such a romantic and special occasion in a couples journey through life. We really do care.

 

Loyes Diamonds endevours to reduce the prices of engagement rings and other diamond jewelry by reducing overheads and expenses in getting the product to market and also by increasing the personal service offered to clients.

Utilizing a vast experience with dealing with gemologists and diamond specialists from around the globe Loyes Diamonds have worked tirelessly to deliver a quality service and product to customers. Stones are selected and individually checked and verified and certified by three diamond graders and then also checked by a top Gemologist in the various Diamond bourses of the world. The Diamonds are then brought to Ireland where both Loyes Diamonds examine each stone individually millimeter by millimeter and facet by facet to insure only the worlds finest Diamonds make it into Loyes beautiful jewelry and bridal wear.

We have vast experience in sales and with the experience of having provided assistance with thousands of satisfied customers Loyes is confident of being able to comfortably guide you through the choosing process and help you choose that special diamond that is unique and specially suited to you. We base our business philosophy on trust and will go out of our way to ensure you have the most comfortable experience possible.

We have honed our impassioned eye for detail and our stipulation for only the finest of quality and workmanship has endured to find you a level of quality that is unsurpassed in the Diamond market today.

Loyes Diamonds is a 100% wholly Irish-owned company.

Loyes Diamonds have Accreditation by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), this Is the most respected Institute in the Diamond industry.

Loyes Diamonds do not have a traditional retail presence and therefore we avoid excessive commercial costs. By purchasing directly from the industries most reputable suppliers and by keeping our overheads to a minimum we are able to pass on the savings to our customers. Savings of 30% to 50% may be attained.

In our workshop in Dublin our experienced craftspeople create an extensive range of engagement rings to suit all requirements and budgets. We also create unique bespoke designs. If you have a design in mind then we will work closely with you and liaise with our craftsmen to produce the ring of your dreams.

Call Loyes Diamonds today 01 9060700

www.loyesdiamonds.ie


#14 bizinchina

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Posted 27 January 2014 - 05:39 PM

Hello to every one on the forum. 

 

Dan here from Business in China. We are a Sino Irish company that operates from Dublin Ireland. Our main aims and goals for our company is to help Irish businesses to get started in the Chinese Market. We take care of website development , content creation , translation and localization , Chinese Market Research , Chinese online advertising , and we also carry out workshops on how you can start your business in China.

My colleges and I are very very friendly and we are open for a free consultation if you are interested in setting up your business in China. 


Business In China | Helping Irish Businesses Connect With The Chinese Market
Contact : http://www.Businessinchina.ie

Email : info@businessinchina.ie


#15 Hook Head Software

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 01:11 PM

Hi All,

 

Just joined Irish Business Forums, so hello to all from Hook Head :-)

 

Regards,

Mark


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Web: hookhead.com
Twitter: twitter.com/hookhead
Facebook: facebook.com/hookhead.com

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/Hook-Head-Software
Phone: +353-1-4403777
Fax: +353-1-4430777


#16 Virtual Accountant

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 01:16 PM

Hi All,

 

Just joined Irish Business Forums, so hello to all from Virtual Accountant :-)

 

Regards,

Mark


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#17 Stuart

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 01:57 PM

Welcome aboard Mark!

 

We are looking for an Accountant in Residence to Moderate our Accountancy Forum!



#18 Joe Glennon

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Posted 24 September 2014 - 01:59 PM

Hi all. Just saying hello as a newbie!

 

Joe


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