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Bull Solutions launches new website to boost sales for Pride of Pontyclun businesses

By Katie Bullon
Monday, June 6, 2016

Bull Solutions launches new website to boost sales for Pride of Pontyclun businesses

6th June 2016 – We've launched a new website to raise awareness of, and boost sales for talented local businesses.

Pride of Pontyclun ( allows businesses to promote their products and services, and the local community to review and rate their experience of them, in one accessible online directory.

Pride of Pontyclun is the first of several planned websites across Wales in the ‘Pride of Directories’.  The idea for the directories came soon after we launched our digital business. 

Our Director, Katie Bullon says how finding contact information for local, recommended businesses is difficult for would be consumers, and the potential result of this.  “Most people search for what they need online - many companies don’t have the skills or budget to compete with national brands on search engines. If people aren’t aware, it makes it easier for them to go to the big brands”.

The new website will help local consumers and businesses alike.  Visitors to the site can quickly locate the type of product or service they need. The ability to rate businesses will help them, and future visitors, to make an informed decision.

Businesses benefit by saving time and money with affordable digital marketing, managed by web and search engine experts.

Katie continued “There are some hugely talented businesses in Pontyclun and surrounding areas, increasingly under pressure from larger chain companies.  The ‘Pride of Directories’ are about giving good local businesses a boost and putting money back into the community”.

One business buying into the new website is Rybec Homes Ltd.  Ryan Routledge, Managing Director commented “Easy to use and administer, Pride of Pontyclun is a ‘must have’ for businesses ready to go to the next level”.

The Pride of Pontyclun website launched on the 6th June 2016. Advertising starts at just £1.50 per week.

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