Octave Digital is a specialist digital and social media marketing company. We help clients significantly improve their online reach and engagement by using our excellent skills and experience across digital marketing, social media, video content and search advertising.

Since 2009 we have helped over 80 businesses and organisations – from Weight Watchers to Monaghan Tourism – improve their digital and social media skills and to significantly improve their marketing results.

Headed up by Paul McGarrity, Octave Digital works with a team of associates – highly experienced marketing and content professionals from social media content writers to search marketing professionals and video directors.

Find out more about Paul McGarrity and Individual associates below.
Paul McGarrity

Paul McGarrity – Managing Director

Since setting up Octave Digital in 2009, I’ve helped clients ranging from SMEs to large manufacturers, government and public sector organisations, to use digital marketing successfully.

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Julie Sherlock – Social Media Manager (Associate)

Julie Sherlock has over 17 years experience in Communications. Beginning her career in Public Relations consultancy, she delivered on several consumer PR accounts including Tesco and Red Bull as well as B2B for Intertrade Ireland and Deloitte.

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Niamh MacAuley – Video Producer (Associate)

Niamh MacAuley is an experienced professional video producer and Director of Purple Dot Media. As an Associate of Octave Digital, Niamh delivers a professional video production service for clients.

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Patrick Maxwell – Video Trainer (Associate)

Patrick Maxwell is a highly experienced video director, producer and trainer. He delivers all in-house video training for Octave Digital and has previously worked with The Police Service of Northern Ireland, Autoline Insurance and the Road Safety Authority of Ireland.

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The Importance of a Social Media Strategy and Governance for Organisations

Too many public and government organisations are leaving themselves wide open to severe reputational risk by not having a social media strategy or adequate governance structures. The wider risks caused by inaction in this area have been highlighted by a recent Belfast Telegraph news story. The story reports that the Police Service of Northern Ireland […]

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Social Media Dublin 2019: Key Insights

The biggest ever Social Media Dublin Conference – with 300 attendees – was held at the Radisson Hotel on 1 February ’19, featuring speakers from Twitter, the GAA, An Garda Síochána and You Tube. Twelve expert speakers set out their top tips, strategic advice and case studies of successful social media campaigns. In the following […]

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