Attention North East writers, bloggers, creatives, businesses, venues and PR professionals. In this video DAVID SIMPSON highlights some of the opportunities available on the England’s North East site:
One of our ambitions for the New Year is to further develop the England’s North East site as a forum for promoting culture, arts, heritage, venues, visitor attractions, places to eat and stay as well as highlighting the talents of creative people and small businesses in the North East and North Yorkshire.
Writers, bloggers and PR professionals are encouraged to share content or submit stories to the site to showcase their work or that of their clients. Our only stipulation is that there should be some kind of North East connection.
Promotional opportunities for North East Business
The englandsnortheast.co.uk site presents publicity opportunities with monthly unique visitors of 30,000 to the main site; over 4,500 Prominent North East LinkedIn (David Simpson) connections and an ever-growing Twitter following of over 2,600.
We also offer listed links on the main site for estate agents, places to stay, job sites and other featured links which are obtainable on our main pages at reasonable rates.
Please take a look at the short video. It’s only a couple of minutes long and then you can contact me by email for more information through our contact page at https://englandsnortheast.co.uk/contact/
Some examples of featured blogs from England’s North East
Days Out and Places to visit
Land of Oak and Iron a vast region rich in natural and industrial heritage on the doorstep of some of the most populous parts of the North East.
The Castles of North East England David Simpson explores the region’s majestic marvels.
Food and Drink
A Taste of the Med in the Heart of Newcastle Eating out review from Paul White.
Fabulous Festivals, Fabulous Food Michael Payton looks forward to this summer’s variety of food festivals across the North East of England.
Artists and Photographers
Stoneman’s Cityscapes David Simpson talks to Gateshead photographer Lee Stoneman.
Chalk, Charcoal and Jam Sandwiches are a Source of Pride for Artist Alfie. David Simpson talks to the multi-talented Alfie Joey.
Joanne’s colurful, quirky seaside scenes will make you smile David Simpson talks to Ouseburn-based artist Joanne Wishart.
Comedy, Entertainment, Music
Laughter is Just the Tonic. Helen Gildersleeve checks out Jason Cook’s Comedy Club at Wylam Brewery’s Palace of Arts.
Kynren captivates with its epic tale of 2,000 years. Jonathan Jones books his place at Bishop Auckland’s summer spectacular.
Putting the Band Back Together Richard Callaghan talks to Sunderland musician Ross Millard.