What is #WorcestershireHour?
#WorcestershireHour is a hashtag and when used on Twitter (8-9pm every Monday & 12-1pm every Wednesday) it provides Worcestershire based businesses, charities, event organisers and the public a huge platform to promote trade, build local connections and support our fabulous local charities. Simply search Twitter for #WorcestershireHour and select LATEST from the options to see all the tweets containing the hashtag in your timeline EVEN IF you don’t follow the sender.
Why do we need a #WorcestershireHour?
Twitter is a brilliant social media business tool but it works best (for local needs) when people use it at the same time. #WorcestershireHour will provide a twice weekly focus and concentration on Worcestershire between 8-9pm each Monday and 12-1pm each Wednesday.
Who runs #WorcestershireHour?
#WorcestershireHour has been founded by Worcester based businessman Stuart Allen who runs The Sales Performance Company Ltd. Stuart can be found on Twitter as @StuartAllenFCMI Stuart has been using Twitter for over four years and has a following of circa 86,000 people & businesses.
How is #WorcestershireHour funded?
#WorcestershireHour is free for 99.9% to use thanks to our exclusive team of 15 Sponsors and a number of key Partners. Our business sponsors cover the cost of Aaron’s wages (who works on #WorcestershireHour full time Mon-Fri) and our key partners provide goods or services that we need to operate the business. If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor/Partner then contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorship is just £16.15 per week (when paid annually in advance) or £23 per week (when paid quarterly).
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