Louise McDonnell – Facebook Expert & Keynote Speaker
I have been working in the area of Digital Marketing since 2009 and have trained and coached over 2500 people on how to use social media as a marketing tool.
I have a particular expertise and passion for Facebook marketing. In November 2017 I launched my book, “Facebook Marketing, The essential guide for Irish organisations” published by The Liffey Press! The book is a full guide on how to use Facebook and will help beginners new to the platform, as well as advanced users that want to focus on strategy, creating sales funnels and using Facebook Ads effectively. Its’ full of practical examples of businesses and community groups succeeding with Facebook. There’s a case study section which features an hotel, leisure centre, butchers and deli, ladies boutique, online store, destination marketing group and GAA (sporting) Club.
I really enjoy speaking at events for business organisations and community groups. I speak about digital marketing, website marketing, social media but my favourite topic is Facebook! I tailor my keynotes to suit the group I am addressing! I have been described as being ‘inspiring’ and a ‘font of practical and valuable advice’. Recently I have been a keynote speaker at the Social Media Summit Ireland, The Digital West Summit, The Wedding Band Association Annual Conference, the Women Inspire Conference Galway and Irish Wedding Association Conference.
At the end of 2017 Louise was voted as one of the top worldwide 50 Facebook Marketing Bloggers by Feedspot and Springboard.com listed her as one of the top 108 digital marketing experts worth following. In February 2018 BloggerLocal listed Louise as one of the top 10 worldwide Facebook experts and more recently Designwizard listed her as number 16 on a list of Ireland’s top 50 marketers.
Thanks to everyone for taking the time to send me feedback on my keynotes:) Here’s a sample of some of the comments I regularly receive..
This is my Keynote talk from the GMIT & iHub Digital West Conference which took place last January in Castlebar while also being live streamed to schools and colleges all over the West of Ireland.