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  • We’re a full service marketing agency passionate about generating more leads for our clients
  • We help our clients win business online
  • We provide marketing strategy and premium production
  • From strategy, to websites, to video, to google ad word campaigns and PR campaigns, we deliver measurable value across the board
  • We’re crazy about your customer – because your customer pays us.





We can’t move your company to Grafton Street but we can do the next best thing and bring traffic to your website. How? We place valuable content on your website, which together with SEO, increases your search engine ranking. Throw in a highly optimized Ad Campaign that we’ll manage and Bob’s your uncle*.


Traffic without leads is like being famous but broke – fun for a day or so but painfully annoying after that. We analyse the traffic to your site, then combine the latest research in marketing psychology with some nifty technology to maximize lead conversion. There’s a reason some people aren’t buying from you – our job is to discover it and fix it.


Forget the old saying ‘50% of marketing works and 50% doesn’t, just don’t ask me which 50% works.’ Now, we can tell you everything that works and everything that doesn’t. Some times, things won’t work. Our commitment to analysing data means you can learn what doesn’t work and tweak it accordingly.

*Bob may not become your uncle, but who cares when your sales are improving?


Lime Interactive is a full service marketing and communications agency based in Dublin, Ireland. We tailor make strategies for our clients and have a skilled team of account managers, public relations professionals, developers and designers to help bring our strategies to life.

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Our Services

Training and Consultancy

Training and Consultancy

Our trainers have delivered lectures to international sales teams for multinationals as well as bespoke courses for SMEs. As practicing professionals in our fields of expertise, we truly have our ear to the ground in relation to marketing and business trends and bring a wealth of insight to any training or consultancy programme.

Media Purchasing & Planning

Media Purchasing & Planning

The purchasing of advertising is a skill that requires a knowledge of the media market place. We know the Irish market inside out and our buying power allows us to negotiate excellent agency rates.

Premium Video Production

Premium Video Production

Professional grade video, graphic, web and app development are all home territory for our media production team.

Marketing Strategy

Marketing Strategy

We have a proven track record of successfully reading markets and creating targeted campaigns. Competitor and industry analysis is followed by strategy execution and detailed reports.

Traditional Public Relations

Traditional Public Relations

With over 1300 press mentions for our clients and a network of contacts in the media, our public relations services include press liaison, press launches, press release distribution, press photography and analysis of results.

Social Media Management

Social Media Management

We've helped brands achieve continuous growth and interaction with their target market through managed social media services. Specific services include content creation, advertisement management and detailed reporting.

"We were delighted with the service as the social media solutions they provided were both innovative and effective"

Simon Scriver, Director, Total Fundraising

Some Facts About Lime

Innovative solutions will be rolled out by us by July 2015
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We’ve compiled our list of top ten male influencers (female list to follow).

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We recently created a blog post about Google’s penalty for non mobile-friendly websites.

Within a day it had already become one of our most-read blog posts, probably due to the fact that business owners are recognizing the potential catastrophic consequences for not having a mobile friendly site due to Google’s new penalties. We decided it would be useful to create a handy checklist that business owners can download.

For a limited time only, you can download the checklist for free here.

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