Vouch­ers to help busi­nesses make a mark on­line

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

A BUSINESS group is of­fer­ing peo­ple £150 to spend on im­prov­ing their web­site and so­cial me­dia.

Bucks Business First, along with its business part­ners, is of­fer­ing vouch­ers worth £150 to help peo­ple im­prove web­sites and so­cial me­dia use.

The vouch­ers, called Get On­line, Trade On­line, can be used in a va­ri­ety of ways and aim to get more busi­nesses think­ing about their on­line pres­ence.

David Kemp and Olivia Robin­son, from Che­sham, set up doggy day­care company, Sch­noo­dles Doggy Care, this month and are plan­ning to use the vouch­ers for on­line ads and to hire an ex­ter­nal so­cial me­dia mar­ket­ing agency.

Mr Kemp said: “I grew up us­ing so­cial me­dia and although in the­ory a business ac­count is the same as a per­sonal ac­count, in re­al­ity there are key dif­fer­ences in how to use them and what to publish on them.”

Vouch­ers are avail­able un­til March 20. Visit www.bbf.uk.com.

SO­CIAL: David Kemp and Olivia Robin­son of Sch­noo­dles Doggy Day­care

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