Coronation Street’s Shayne Ward Appearing at Manchester’s Intu Trafford Centre
On Saturday 18th August, singer, actor and Mancunian star Shayne Ward will be making an appearance at the Intu Trafford Centre in Manchester, to call upon local residents to support independent businesses in the area.
Yell.com - the UK’s leading business directory is visiting Manchester as part of a nation-wide tour to encourage the British public to discover and support small local businesses.
The X-Factor winner turned TV actor, Shayne Ward is one of Manchester’s many famous exports...
Want a chance to win £10,000
Yell.com the UK’s No. 1 online business directory* are offering a series of great prizes during their UK wide consumer roadshow, which is coming to Westfield London this weekend.
Up for grabs each day are an Amazon Echo – in addition, you can also get information on a prize draw for the chance to win a range of fun experiences designed to make you ‘YELL’, and also be entered into a grand prize to win £10,000.
Richard Hanscott, CEO of Yell says, “We’re really excited to be bringing our #justyell roadshow to Westfield London and sharing our Yell.com free digital app,....
From Reading to where Yellow Pages first began in 1966, Brighton
National insights overviewAs a nation, we’re increasingly getting out and about, exploring our local area and finding new gems:
- We’re sharing our discoveries online more and more, with the number of tweets and Instagram posts referencing our finds growing at a rate of more than 50% year-on-year
- Sunday is our preferred ‘day of discovery’, with 16% of all local discovery shares happening on the traditional day of rest
- Westminster, Manchester and Edinburgh were the cities where the most local discoveries occurred in 2017 and two months into 2018, Westminster is still topping the table, followed by Manchester and Bristol
- Social shares about discovering new local vegetarian spots have grown the most in the past year, followed by discoveries of local Thai, Spanish, vegan and French spots
- Our language around making local discoveries is incredibly positive, and increasingly so:
- Our use of the word ‘wonderful’ when sharing local discoveries grew by 270% from 2016 to 2017
- Our use of the word ‘cool’ when sharing local discoveries grew by 148% from 2016 to 2017
- Our use of the word ‘love’ when sharing local discoveries grew by 142% from 2016 to 2017