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March 31, 2014

The #LSADmedia presence

At Robocode in Thurles
Liam Noonan at Ground Zero of Robocode.

A SERIES OF SPECIAL events, sponsored by the Limerick School of Art & Design (LSAD) Media Desk, have generated enthusiasm about the creative multimedia programme in Clonmel. In April, a group of social media, public relations, games development and applied communications students will commission a website that articulates the #LSADmedia brand.

The Clonmel campus of LSAD is the centre point of this initiative. The campus hosts first year social media students, third year public relations students and fourth year applied communications students. A fourth cohort of software developers on the Thurles campus of the Limerick Institute of Technology is also contributing to the planning and execution of #LSADmedia strategy.

During the final week of March 2014, #LSADmedia puts a special emphasis on social marketing concepts arising through Marketing Over Coffee, including:

-- Four tips from @cspenn for dealing with Facebook's increased brand Page penalties.

-- What @webby2001 thinks about the Facebook free lunch plan ending.

-- @jasonfalls and @smxplorer on the Great Facebook Swindle.

-- @bobmoz on The Billboard Twitter Real-Time Chart

-- @cesardielo Photos getting more social.

Props to Christopher S. Penn's totally excellent newsletter for including these strategic social marketing observations.

[Photo of Liam Noonan in Robocode 2014 on the LIT-Thurles campus. Supported by #LSADmedia.]


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