What’s On In The Lake District are now proud partner of the Lake District Foundation

What’s On In The Lake District are now proud partner of the Lake District Foundation and What’s On In The Lake District are currently contacting local businesses to see if they can support each other.

The key objective of this project is to raise the profile of local businesses and give something back to stunning area.

What’s On In The Lake District want to achieve this by adding businesses onto their site and generate interest through campaigns on its Facebook/Twitter pages.

What’s On In The Lake District are offering some very attractive rates to local businesses for ad space on the site and FB/Twitter pages.

As an online business What’s On In The Lake District also have the ability to boost your ads to key demographics and regions so that you can laser target potential customers.

You may or may not know that 80% of purchasing decisions are now made on the internet via a mobile phone.

What’s on in The Lake District can not only help you deliver a strong presence on the inter-net, but also proactively push your ads to the very people you want to come through your doors!

They feel it is a very cost-effective method. The campaigns can begin from as little as £100 and can expand upwards to suit any budget.

In addition to this 10% of the money spent is donated back into the Lake District Foundation to support local projects. You will be contributing towards protecting the wildlife, environment and heritage of Cumbria and her iconic surrounding areas.

Should any of this appeal to you or your business please contact What’s on in The Lake District directly and they will be happy to discuss some deals for LDF members!!… Simply USE LDF19 as a code during discussions.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and please do not hesitate to contact Matthew Turner at What’s on in The Lake District should you have any further questions.

www.whatsoninthelakedistrict.com

07452 879 030

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