There’s no shortage of awesome places to eat and drink in North East England so finding a way to stand out from the crowd can be a bit of a challenge. Our sister site at England’s North East is an independent regional portal and hub that offers great opportunities to get your establishment noticed.
For a reasonable yearly fee we can make your restaurant, pub or café stand out above your competitors in our unique searchable map-directory of places to eat and drink in North East England.
We already include an active link to your website and social media accounts but our enhanced entry includes a more detailed description and a results placing above your direct competitors.
Additional packages can include a special feature in our eating out blog or banner ad placements in specific areas of the England’s North East site.
For further information contact Dave at Truly Awesome Marketing.
Welcome to Truly Awesome Marketing Ltd.
Tomorrow, June 1st, 2016, Truly Awesome Marketing officially launches englandsnortheast.co.uk, a new, independent regional hub and portal for the North East of England.
The England’s North East site is completely independent. It is not affiliated to any local or national government organisation or local partnership.
The site has been designed and developed to show off the best of the region and will serve as a forum for promoting local services, products, businesses, culture, history and the region’s rich and varied city and country environments.
“The aim is to develop a site where people come to talk about what’s great about the region, to find what’s happening and talk about all the places to be” says Truly Awesome Director David Simpson, a published writer and former newspaper columnist who has over two decades of experience in publishing and journalism.
Present features of the site include a unique searchable map of places to eat, drink and places to visit, extensive pages covering the region’s history, dialect and culture and opportunities for advertising businesses, products, services and events anywhere in the region.
“It’s just the beginning” says David “and how far it grows is down to the people and communities of the North East”.
Visit the englandsnortheast.co.uk regional hub and portal.