Promoting Dublin's Local Businesses
This increase in our energy levels was evidenced by our Social Media interactions, especially on Instagram (23 posts). Our posts have contributed to the 2.5% increase in the number of our followers (1,072 followers, now)….
This is your latest briefing on the actions, observations and results obtained from the previous week’s promotions of Local Dublin Businesses.And I wish there would be more highlights to report than the one’s we’ll mention below!
Last weekend saw us hosting our second Rising Tide Event. This time, it was held in the ‘Here!’ Student Accommodation Hub, Cork Street, Dublin 8. (Thanks, Damien!)
We continue to prepare for our event, NEXT SATURDAY in ‘Here!’ Student Accommodation hub, Cork Street. We’ve two of our client businesses confirmed & hopefully, we’ll confirm a couple more prior to the weekend. …
Progress across the week was stunted, despite our consistent efforts. Avenues for onboarding new businesses, chasing payments, receiving prompt feedback and / or responses, and even the weather, seemed to have a gravitational pull on one’s momentum! . . .
In order to do this, we started to create mini-adverts (regularly promoting our local businesses) that were fun (most important!), positive & engaging. We playfully called this strategy: ‘Fur Reel’. . .
We’re delighted to inform you that the fourth business to join our community last week was: YALLA Lebanese Restaurant on Main Street, Dundrum. Ali, the owner, is a young entrepreneur, …
Being Constant Engagers, ye already know that for the month of August we adjusted our strategy somewhat in preparation of the introduction of The Rising Tide Local Business Platform into the Work Experience. . .
In order to mitigate our lack of physical presence around the Southside of Dublin, we ran a paid promotion through Instagram (our favourite Social Media channel) celebrating our milestone of 1,000 followers achieved.
I ate one of the most delicious, juicy, scrumptious burgers I’ve ever had! No joke! The Bacon Quarter Pounder with Cheese from United Eats (off the Greenhills Road) was something to behold…Thanks, Angie!!!
Last week saw our latest paid promotions conclude. One promotion was a straight forward advert on behalf of Life in Motion Bike & Coffeeshop, Harold’s Cross Road, Dublin 6W.
We brought another new business onto the platform. Amaya Fusion is a top rated Indian Restaurant based in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14. They use premium quality meat in their dishes & all spices are created in-house! Some like it hot, after all.
Last week, our output through Social Media was not as frequent as we would’ve liked. But this does not mean we weren’t busy promoting our business clients & making opportunities happen on their behalf…
Over the last week, we continue to promote our clients with vigour incl. the distribution of the FreshPoint Pricelist, extensive Social Media posts & a paid promotion post encouraging Dublin’s Citizens to ‘Keep it Local!’
Last week saw my first (kinda full) week (notwithstanding the bank holiday Monday) out delivering office supplies to offices, residences & good aul bricks & mortar shops across South Dublin.
Here’s your latest installment of the development & growth of The Rising Tide Local Business Platform: a platform designed to support local Dublin businesses through using the full spectrum of marketing techniques.
News Reel / Successes Reel
- ✓ Acquired 30 new business clients for FreshPoint since July 2020!
- ✓ Achieved over 5,000 visitors to our website in the last year!
- ✓ Created over 50 x B2B collaborations (for our members) since June 2020
- ✓ Created new websites for two customers!
- ✓ Over 44,000 Instagram accounts reached since August!