Island Echo has this week launched the Isle of Wight Business Directory, supporting businesses to bounce back and helping Islanders find genuine, trusted traders.

It’s so easy now for anyone to choose a name and start advertising on a Facebook group – but can you really trust these unknown firms? The Isle of Wight Business Directory is an easy-to-use, secure and truly local website designed to help you find businesses and tradespeople in your area.

The pandemic has hit hard, so the launch of this new website gives local firms the opportunity to reach the ever-growing Island Echo readership at an affordable price; just £15 +VAT per year for a Standard listing, or £40 +VAT for a Premium listing.

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Between now and 1st June 2021, enter the code ‘15OFF‘ during checkout to get a FREE Standard listing for 12 months. Head over to the ‘List Your Business‘ page today to submit your business.

Using the Isle of Wight Business Directory couldn’t be easier – simply search a key term, select a category or visit the ‘All Listings‘ page.

The map shows each business’ location, with each category separated by colour

Darren Toogood, Publisher of Island Echo, says:

“Whilst we continue to bring you the latest news from across the Isle of Wight – first, fast and free – we are now starting to expand our service which includes this brand new business directory to support local businesses and you, our valued readers.

“At just £15 per year (and completely free if using our coupon above) the directory is affordable to firms of all sizes and is an ideal alternative to the more expensive display advertising packages we offer. There are great SEO benefits and a Premium listing really makes your business stand out from the crowd”.

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