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Rural Business Development Grant NI Offers £5,000 For New E-commerce Websites In May 

Micro businesses in Northern Ireland can get up to £5,000 towards a new e-commerce store with the new Rural Development Grant which is available during the month of May (2022).  Grofuse Digital Director, Denis Finnegan, said: “The grant will provide funding assistance of 50% up to the value of £5,000 towards e-commerce websites to support the recovery, development and sustainability of existing businesses based in rural areas in Northern Ireland.

By |2022-09-29T17:11:35+01:0029 April 2022|News|0 Comments

Google Puts More Focus On Performance Max Campaigns In 2022

Performance Max is a new goal-based campaign type that allows performance advertisers to access all of their Google Ads inventory from a single campaign. In November 2021, Google announced the rollout of Performance Max campaigns to complement keyword-based search campaigns that help advertisers find more converting customers across all of Google's channels such as YouTube, Display, Search, Discover, Gmail and Maps.

By |2022-09-29T17:12:38+01:0029 March 2022|News, PPC|0 Comments

Don Agri

Donaghy Agri is one of Ireland's leading livestock suppliers. Livestock welfare, product innovation and ensuring constant supply to meet market demand are at the heart of their business. The website's main objective was to advertise the buying and selling of stock while promoting their livestock haulage service. The client required a full website redesign and implemented a search engine optimisation (SEO) strategy to strengthen the business’s online presence while improving sales and conversion rates.

By |2022-09-29T18:53:13+01:0017 February 2022|Case studies|0 Comments


The Grofuse team worked with Grasstec to kickstart their digital transformation in assisting the business to reposition itself from 'Grasstec' to 'Grasstec Group' and develop the digital transformation strategy. Initially, the client had no digital strategy or online presence. Grasstec Group’s target was to enter the UK market to advance livestock sales and overall by sales by 30%. The client also wanted to establish an online presence and strategy.

By |2022-09-29T18:55:06+01:0017 February 2022|Case studies|0 Comments
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