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Adam Hyland

Chief Editor and Content Creator at Get Focused

Ireland

About Me

Having worked for almost 20 years as a journalist and editor across several disciplines and media, I have now turned my professional gaze towards digital marketing.

In my role as chief editor with Get Focused, I oversee the creation of optimised content across all platforms and at every stage of the production process for my company and all of its clients, writing and editing content on a range of subjects to boost audience attraction and conversion that ultimately leads to increased leads for the companies and agencies we work with.

My educational focus on language and literature, combined with my experience working in the book publishing and newspaper industries, give me a keen eye for detail, an in-depth understanding of the power of the written word, and an ability to create great content to meet every deadline, bringing the right message to the right people, at the right time.

I now bring these skills to the digital marketing environment.

In my spare time, I enjoy travel, food and drink, and share my love for these pursuits by continuing to write features for various publications on these subjects.

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Mobile usage: Signs of decline or a temporary dip?

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It will soon be easier to get your Irish business online

The excuses to not register your business with a distinctly Irish domain are getting fewer while the benefits are increasing.

This move by...

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Snapchat struggles as competitors call 'snap' on features

An interesting heads-up for businesses considering the best social platforms to use in their digital marketing strategy.

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Internet giants face challenges as GDPR looms

GDPR is going to have a major effect on organisations across the globe, and for the internet giants such as Google and social media...

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Whatever the domain, Irish SMEs need to get online

It's slow progress, but the .ie domain continues to add SMEs who want to have a distinctly Irish identity online.

There are merits in...

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