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