Free advertising – what can you lose?

Free advertising – sounds too good to be true? we don’t think it is, it’s a great opportunity! Why not join our directory and enable the public to find you and what you have to offer.

You may have a website, a Facebook page and a Twitter feed. Brilliant, you can use your listing page to attract people who don’t use these social media pages.

Social media linking

If you keep your social media pages up to date, use your listing to steer people to these pages to see what’s on at your venue. We’ve made it easy to link to Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Linkedin, Pinterest, Youtube, Foursquare, Instagram, Trip Advisor and Soundcloud.

Upload images, videos and documents

Load up your favourite images, link up your Youtube videos of last week’s gig, pop in a menu or two, a special offer, anything you like. Get fully linked and loaded, all in one place.

Don’t have a website! – this is a simple alternative

For those who don’t have Facebook, Twitter or a website, this solves that, with no cost and it’s so easy to set up.

Not everyone uses social media or has a website, if that’s you, here’s an opportunity to be seen and promote your pub, club, hotel, wine bar or sports club, and it’s entertainment now.

The more you add the better for everyone

When you create your listing, add and upload as much as you can then we all benefit. Google and the like love links, great interesting copy and videos. The more you add, the more success you stand to gain.

Tell us what you think

Have a look, sign up and have a play. We are always happy to help if you get stuck.

It may look complicated and under the surface it is, but we have tried to make it as simple as possible for the public to use.

Not only is it simple for the listing owner, it’s simple to use and flexible for the browsing public too.

If you think we’re wrong, or have missed a trick, tell us. We love constructive criticism and suggestions.

Go on sign up – what have you got to lose?

If you like it tell your mates, tell your performers – get them involved too.


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