Winchcombe jumps 753 places in it’s digital influence

Read about Winchcombe in December's Place Magazine

Winchcombe has seen an enormous rise of 753 places in the Digital Influence Index this year since working with #WDYT.

Winchcombe features in this month's Place MagazineThey have risen 37 places this month and 11 places this week overtaking towns such as Redruth (583) and Droitwich (566) which are much larger towns to a position of 561 out of 1300 towns and cities nationwide.  

Highlights in Winchcombe this month include:

The #WDYT Workshop to help retailers with their social media took place on the 13th November at the White Hart. #WDYT were delighted to welcome along Emporium Gifts and Experience Winchcombe as well as representatives from the museum.

Cotswold BoneDandelion Blue and Banbury Home have been tweeting out some great Christmas ideas, alongside Maybe collections that showcase items in their stores which generated 95 votes and 52 comments, all helping to build their digital brand awareness and footfall to Winchcombe.

#WDYT welcome Winchcombe Flowers to the campaign who have started posting with

On December 6th the #WDYT team took a walkabout on the Winchcombe high street to chat to retailers and address any social media queries. The team explained how joining the campaign will boost the town’s footfall.

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Stafford’s Digital Ranking remains impressive for a ninth week

Stafford features in Revive & Thrive's Place Magazine

Stafford has maintained its digital influence ranking (23rd out of 1,314 towns) for an impressive ninth week in a row.

Stafford's digital influence is featured in Place MagazineRanking higher than all surrounding towns, such as Cannock, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton, Walsall and Lichfield, Stafford is a major player in the Digital Influence Index. An overall move up of 97 places this year has meant a deserved Top 25 ranking for the town.

The town’s annual Christmas Tree Festival has resulted in 96 local businesses decorating trees that are displayed in St Mary’s Church – a great way to showcase themselves this festive season.

Highlights of the #WDYT campaign in Stafford this fortnight include:

  • The Wardrobe has just run a #WDYT competition to win a Juicy Couture bracelet worth £80
  • Chapters, the new independent bookshop, ran a #WDYT competition to win the Philip Pullman ‘The Book of Dust’ book, bag and poster, which resulted in a 169% increase in Instagram followers
  • Stafford Churches shared posts about organising the annual Christmas Tree Festival in St Mary’s Church
  • Dean Sharpe’s Floral Studio shared how they were placed 1st in the Chelsea Flower Show heats. Congratulations!
  • The Moat Househeld its Wedding Showcase offering a free Top Table for weddings booked in Jan/Feb/March 2019. Other Lewis Partnership venues of The Swan, The Bear Grill, The Dog & Doublet, The Red Lion andThe Bank House have been posting pictures of their delicious seasonal specialsChoose Revive & Thrive for your Business Improvement District Feasibility services
  • Lots of Black Friday deals were shared by various retailers using #WDYT
  • Dourish & Day shared their excitement about the first snow of the season in Stafford
  • Kennys Sports Bar continues to let residents and visitors know about all the major sporting events they are showing on their big screens each day
  • FunkyWunkyDooDahsis thinking ahead to the New Year by offering curtains and blinds at 2017 prices

Shop, eat and enjoy Stafford this festive season – and don’t forget to tell us #WDYT?

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