#WDYT Gloucester

Gloucester went live with the #WDYT campaign in July 2016. Working with GFirst LEP and Marketing Gloucester the #WDYT team have helped Gloucester retailers increase their digital influence and they have risen from position 50 to 12 in the Digital Influence Index.

David Owen, CEO, GFirst Local Enterprise Partnership said:

“Our high streets are at the very heart of our communities and our economies and those that are truly successful are embracing the digital revolution. The #WDYT campaign enables “Places” to thrive and our individual high street stores to grow their businesses and compete on a global level. The campaign is putting the heart back into out high streets and building an offer that will compete with the best in the world.”

Businesses and shoppers in Gloucester take part in the #WDYT campaign by taking a photo and sharing it with #WDYT and #Gloucester. The #WDYT team amplify all activity and share activity through the National campaign activity on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

“#WDYT is a real opportunity to be at the fore front of linking social media, having a one to one relationship with your customer and actually bringing them in to your bricks and mortar shop.”

– Jason Smith, Marketing Gloucester

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