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The Gloucestershire Portal has been promoting local business for many years. There are also many ways that you can promote yourself here as well.
- Join our bulletin boards ( free of charge )
- We have a section “Tell us about your business” that you can use to advertise your services, again free of charge
- Astute posters will take part in the discussions here. So long as you have set up your profile, then every post leaves a link to your website.
- You can send every post you make to your twitter, facebook or Google + page with a single click
- Advertise with us - The best advertising rates in the county
- Make sure you are listed in our local Directory , the largest on the web
Don’t forget that SoftData Internet are full nominet members and can register your domain and host your web site. Again, local companies recieve many extra benefits.
Our Gloucestershire Directory is an important part of this site. We do a large check twice a year to make sure that sites are still operating, and that they are still Gloucestershire based, and also look at adding new locations.
This time we are concentrating on the Forest of Dean. We have gone through the listings and created new directories for towns and villages with more than 2 sites. The poor old Forest seems to have suffered more than most in this recession, with any sites no longer working, and many that seem to be abandoned ( with 8 of them serving up malware ). We have removed all these sites, and sent our spider out looking for more.
Don’t forget it is free to list, so long as you show a Gloucestershire address.
Visit Gloucestershire is, not surprisingly a site all about the beautiful English county of Gloucestershire. The website contains bulletin boards where you can safely chat with others on local issues, a directory of Gloucestershire websites listing over 8000 local websites , Photos of Gloucester past, and a whole lot more including Alan’s Gloucestershire Transport history site. It is run by Gloucestershire people, for Gloucestershire people.
We even have boards that allow local businesses to post about their service, and a best of board for you to review anything gloucestershire
Enjoy the site, and why not join our boards and take part in local discussions.
If you thought that huge salaries were something we didnt have in the public sector in Gloucestershire then think again.
Gloucestershire County Council chief executive Peter Bungard – £161,235
The county council’s five group directors – £115,674 each
Gloucester City Council chief executive Julian Wain – £113,653
Tim Perrin, chief executive of Forest of Dean District Council – £100,466
If you need a challenge then why not give yourself something to look forward to by signing up to a charity skydive. Breast Cancer Campaign are encouraging people from Gloucestershire to take part in a skydive at the Cirencester centre on the weekend of the 17-18 April 2010.
Freefalling through the clouds at 120mph is a once in a lifetime experience, but it’s also a perfect opportunity to help the 45,700 women and 300 men that are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. So sign up now and help to make a difference.
Jumps take place all year round at airfields across the UK. Solo jumps are available to satisfy all those with a daring streak, along with tandem jumps for anyone that’s not quite ready to go it alone. Sponsorship totals start at £360 but vary depending on which jump you choose.
Cecilia Owen, Breast Cancer Campaign’s Events Assistant, said “Taking part in a skydive is something that most people would like to experience during their lifetime. But what makes this opportunity so special is that all the money raised from each jump will help us get a step closer to beating breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research.”
By taking part in a skydive you will automatically become a member of Campaign’s Linford’s All Star team. Linford’s All Stars is Campaign’s team for sporty, adventurous, adrenalin-seeking people. Olympic Gold Medallist and World 100m Champion, Linford Christie, is our team captain and being part of the team will give you access to training tips and fundraising ideas.
If you would like to take part in a skydive for Breast Cancer Campaign, or for more information about any of the charity’s fundraising events, please call 020 7749 4125, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visitwww.breastcancercampaign.org
We have always had a search box on our home page that allows our visitors to search our Gloucestershire Directory, but now we have a new search facility.
Do let us know if you find the new search useful.