‘Email is dying!’ ‘Millenials have killed email!’ Since the popularity takeover of social media, suspicions have been cast over how long email would last. Some cried that it would be obsolete by the start of this decade. We beg to differ. Who doesn’t enjoy receiving a handwritten letter in the post? A personalised email is..
Category: Content Marketing
We’ve been wondering the last months: will COVID-19 be the end of the traditional bricks and mortar era of business? Not a new idea, of course, but a persistent one nonetheless. In the short term, yes — due to the social distancing measures that have forced business closures. For the longer term, while it may..
May Bank Holiday Weekend 2018, Cork City. The sun was splitting the stones as the crowds swelled along the river. Plastic Carlsberg glasses graced the hands of most adults, as well as a few crafty teenagers who were after lying to their parents to go gatting in a field before the concert. Music blared from..
Are you wondering about how your website is performing on Google? One of the most important things you can do for your website is updating the content on a regular basis so that the Google Algorithm can rank your website. However, before any content strategy is planned out and executed, a SEO health check is..
If, like us here at Dyjaho, you are heeding the warnings from our National Weather Forecaster, and staying in this snowy day, then you will no doubt be on the lookout for things to do (that is of course if you’re not lucky enough to be able to work from home *shakes fist at computer*)…
With one of the most important dates of the year has just past (Tax Rebate Day, obviously) we thought it would be a good idea to put some local and national dates together for businesses looking to populate their yearly content calendar. Now, ‘Tax Rebate Day’ may not be strikingly important to companies other than..
When it comes to social media, hitting the mark is harder than it looks and missing it is substantially easier. Sometimes the use of social media can be an extraordinarily beneficial thing and other times; disastrous, especially if the company or brand allows the conversation to get out of hand or if they never had..