Facebook use Competition we helped devise as Case Study

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Facebook are using the 'Ireland At Lunch' competition, which we helped devise, as a Case Study in presentations to small and medium businesses in Ireland, to show the 'reach' companies can achieve with a simple but well devised & well executed Facebook & Twitter based competition.

Facebook noticed that the competition's unique concept & format were getting fantastic engagement figures - much more so then your typical paid for competition app - and also by using Facebook's inbuilt functionality to allow tagging and sharing, we have adhered to Facebook's competition Terms & Conditions!

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Shane O'Donnell
Shane is passionate about Web Design and Social Media, he is a graduate of IADT Dun Laoghaire, he holds a Diploma in Visual Communications and Animation. Shane has been working in Web design since 2001 when he joined Fever Interactive, an award winning Dublin based Web Design studio. Shane decided to go freelance in 2003 and has worked on many projects; from simple brochure sites to major bespoke Content Management Systems such as the ERC Rugby site. Shane has yet to seek help for his social media addiction.

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