As is tradition with our unconferences, at the end of #TAL12 we held the much-awaited Unawards ceremony to mark the very best in hyperlocal innovation and excellence. Below is our list of winners, who were rewarded with some very special prizes … [Read more...] about The #TAL12 Unaward winners
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Drimnagh is Good from Athena Media on Vimeo. Pauline Sargent contacted Talk About Local in early 2010 when she was looking to create a community website for her home town of Drimnagh, a residential area on the outskirts of Dublin. Talk About Local … [Read more...] about Drimnagh is Good: 'to talk Drimnagh up rather than down'
Hyperlocal sites across the British Isles are using their Google juice to help define the area in the face of a bad reputation in the traditional media. When people want to find out about an area they search for it online - they don't pick up the … [Read more...] about Drimnagh is Good – a great illustration of the power of Google
Pauline Sargent from Drimnagh, Dublin contacted the talk about local team in January of this year asking for advice on a new community website she was thinking about starting for her area, which we were more than happy to give her. Later in March … [Read more...] about Ten Questions: Pauline Sargent of Drimnagh is Good
Do you have access to local timetables that you could publish on your website? Your readers would find it incredibly useful to access local opening times or travel information on their community website. Drimnagh is Good have published the Crumlin … [Read more...] about Content idea: local timetables and opening times
Often local people will try to get the word out about their news, event or call for help by putting up posters in the area on places such as lampposts, bus stops and notice boards in local pubs, clubs, churches, foyers, etc. You could help bring … [Read more...] about Content idea: publish a local notice or poster