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Below is a copy of Unley’s latest media release promoting the success of our Find Your Everything campaign.

I encourage you to take advantage of this great concept to find “your” everything in Unley. 

City of Unley’s ‘Find Your Everything’ website has celebrated its six month anniversary in style with more than 949subscribers and 2,629 Facebook fans.

The site, designed to support the direct success of City of Unley traders across its five main streets, has achieved incredible success since implementation and is being lauded as a crucial element of City of Unley’s main street digital economy strategy.
City of Unley Business and Economic Development Manager, Matt Grant said he was thrilled with the uptake of participants on the Find Your Everything site.
This project has exceeded all of our expectations. To have so many businesses signed up to promote their services and consumers using the site to find out what’s happening across our five main streets is very pleasing,” Mr Grant said.
Since its inception the site has attracted more than 5000 unique visitors. 114 Facebook posts have been viewed more than 600,000 times with an impressive 22,000 direct clicks through to local City of Unley businesses.
Unley Road trader Karen Smith, owner of Just Tickled Pink is among a growing list of City of Unley traders that have signed up to Find Your Everything and has experienced a distinct uptake in interest in its products and services.
We feel online marketing such as this as a crucial element of our marketing mix. We tried Find Your Everything out which created some great interest and conversations and will continue to utilise it moving forward,” Ms Smith said.
It is very pleasing that City of Unley is running initiatives such as this for its traders and it makes the area even more attractive in which to do business.”
City of Unley businesses will continue to be encouraged to use the free service through targeted communication with more initiatives attached to the project likely to be announced in the second half of 2013.
“To put it simply this sort of online marketing is a no brainer for our main street traders and anything we can do to promote the local area, businesses and make it easier for our residents is an absolute priority for the council.” Mr Grant said.

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