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oct 30

New eCommerce Store Launched

We’ve recently launched the sparking new online store for Moloney Woodcraft. Their online store has all the bells and whistles you can imagine and is tightly integrated with Facebook. In fact, to purchase from Moloney Woodcraft you never even have to leave facebook. Simply visit their fanpage and click the shopping tab to see all [...]

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sep 26

Portfolio Updated

We’ve updated our portfolio with another two website that have been recently launched. Check out the new portfolio items at: http://icreative.ie/our-work-3/. Remember to drop us a line if you have any comments. We’re also working in a few eCommerce sites that will be launching over the next couple of weeks… all going to plan of [...]

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sep 20

u21 All Ireland Hurling Final Posters for FODH.ie

The Dublin u21 and minor hurling teams got to their respective All Ireland finals and FODH.ie asked us to come up with a poster for the u21 final to help promote the games. We came up with the two posters below and they got a huge response on facebook. Unfortunately both the u21 and minor [...]

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aug 29

Dublin hurling graphics created for FODH.ie

We maintain and often help out with the FODH.ie website to help promote and support Dublin Hurling. Below are some of the graphics we’ve created over the summer. The Dublin Hurlers has a great year winning the NHL and narrowly losing out in the All Ireland semi-final to Tipperary. You can check out the Friends [...]

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may 06

Integrate Social Media … In Real Life

There’s often a gap between the idea of social media (what can happen in your head) and the practice of social media (what happens in real life). Maybe your “social media engagement strategy” seemed more solid in the PowerPoint presentation. The “monitoring station” seemed to work better during discussion meetings. And the enthusiasm has vanished from [...]

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may 01

Brilliant Retro Ads To Promote Twitter, Facebook And More!

The social networking arena has seen many casualties during its continued run towards world domination. There have been several social networking ideas and brands that have become daily necessities to say the least. We’re using these services like our life depended on it, and it gives little room for anything else other than… well… connecting [...]

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apr 21

8 ways to use social media for your live event

Do you remember life before Evite, Facebook Events, and Eventbrite? Handwritten paper invitations and RSVP phone calls seem like relics of a forgotten age. The web has dramatically changed the way people plan special occasions. Social media is making it easier than ever before to plan, promote, and execute a wide range of events from [...]

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apr 07

350 Stunning And Creative Navigation Menus

One of the most recognizable elements in any website is the design of the main navigation menu. Some sites have large menus, others have small ones. Some sites have bold, attention-grabbing menus, others have something more subdued. Navigation menus are, of course, important for usability purposes and creating a user-friendly website, but they also provide [...]

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mar 23

5 Tips to speed up your web development process

Not all web development projects are plain sailing and some can even last years!! So if you’ve decided on a website redesign or are just stepping into the online world for the first time here are a few tips from the experts. Websites can become very complicated very quickly… KISS, keep it simple stupid! Websites [...]

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mar 17

Facebook “Likes” More Profitable Than Tweets

If event registration site Eventbrite’s experience is any indication, social media marketers looking for monetary returns on their efforts might get more value from Facebook than Twitter. The company announced Wednesday that an average tweet about an event drove 80 cents in ticket sales during the past six months, whereas an average Facebook Like drove [...]

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