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Are you open for business? Punchline can help

Restrictions are easing and Gloucestershire is open for business and it is time to spread to word - which where Punchline can help.

Readership figures for Punchline-Gloucester.com have remained high throughout the coronavirus crisis - helped by businesses keen to keep abreast with the news from across the county via our website and daily email newsletters.

And as we emerge into the 'new normal', getting the word out there that your business is alive and kicking and succeeding has never been more important.

Which is where we come in with an opportunity to spread the word about your business.

Purse strings are being tightened, including by our customers, and we perfectly understand what that means financially. We are all in the same boat.

Punchline editor Mark Owen said: "We are offering a special service to help you get the word out there your business is up and running and available."

"We have an audience and to access them we can supply an advertorial piece for your company for a special price of £125 (plus VAT) - strictly for small companies and strictly to tell readers what your business is, when it was founded, what it does, what it offers, what products and services you offer, how you have coped during the crisis and what measures you have taking to keep the wheels turning and return to something approaching normality,

"Plus, of course, your contact details - website link, telephone number, email address."

For an extra £50 (plus VAT) we will share your story not just with Punchline readers but our 35,000-plus combined social media connections.

"We will then publish the story story on our daily email newsletter, which goes out to 7,000 subscribers daily, linking back to the post on our Punchline-Gloucester.com website, which on average clocks up more than 190,000 unique visitors a month," said Mr Owen.

Don't worry if you have never written a press release before. Give it a go - we will help iron out any rough edges. Or help you write it. 

Everyone has a story so let us help you share yours to Gloucestershire and beyond.

Copy should be no more than 275 words long and have at least one colour picture of you or your team, business or product. 

Or talk to us about a more comprehensive marketing plan and strategy - once we understand your goals and objectives, it is easy for us to help.

Contact beth@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk for more details of our Open for Business feature or telephone 01452 308781

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