Reach more local customers

If you run a local business, club or event in North Wales you probably don’t do much advertising because you find it too expensive. But if you are looking to reach more local customers, Your Hwb is an affordable alternative route to do just that.

Choose from a range of promotional opportunities both online and in print, all focused on a local North Wales audience. Advertise with Your Hwb. Get your name known through our printed handbooks. Create or boost your digital presence with our website listings. You can even have your own webpage which is a far cheaper option than having to build your own website.Your Hwb is published online and in print. Here’s a little more detail about both.

Your Hwb Handbook

Our A5 printed handbook currently covers over 4,000 homes from Abergwyngregyn in Gwynedd to Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Dwygyfylchi and Capelulo on Conwy and beyond. It can also be picked up from a variety of outlets such as cafes, libraries, theatres and tourist information points.

Starting from just £25 a year, the advertising opportunities in our handbook offer fantastic value.

Your Hwb Online is tailored to appeal to audiences right across North Wales and beyond.

Choose from a range of options including:

  • short business listings
  • full web pages focusing on your business, club or group – far cheaper than having to build your own website
  • promote your events singly or as a bundle, depending on how many you organise
  • run offers and seasonal promotions
  • and we can write features and articles on your behalf about your business, services, products or events.

Experienced copywriters, we understand what information you need to tell your intended audience. We use social media along with email campaigns on a regular basis to further your promotional message.

Business Support

Ask us for advice on setting up a website, social media accounts and marketing materials to put your business on the map.

We have years of business experience which we can share with you and we work with some great local businesses who can help you to build and make what you need. Watch out for our free workshops which are planned for this year.

Going local

Our focus is on getting local people to use local services. And we want our communities to grow and to thrive. Your Hwb is a community-focused social enterprise (and a Community Interest Company). You might like to know that we put a minimum of 20% of our profit back into local community projects.

And Going local carries positive benefits for the local community:

  • spending with local businesses boosts the economy – 63p in every £1 stays local
  • more customers means local businesses profit and grow. In turn, this can lead to new local jobs and more wealth
  • it’s a greener option – less commuting, less food miles, better food quality
  • it builds communities by bringing people together

Your Hwb focuses on getting local people to use, buy, shop and stay local. We want our audience to make good use of the many excellent small businesses and services that are available on their doorstep here in North Wales. 306,800 people live in Conwy, Gwynedd and Anglesey. This presents a great opportunity for local enterprises to market to. And that’s before the seasonal influx of visitors to this part of North Wales.

For more information about how you can work with Your Hwb contact us today. We’d love to hear from you.

Making people happy

Stories from the people who use Your Hwb.

Working with Your Hwb enables me to advertise my business in a cost-effective way to potential customers who are looking to buy/sell or rent property in this area

Malcolm Roberts Director, Accent Properties (NW) Ltd

Very informative. Loved it. Well done Ladies.

Deborah Holden Riverside Cafe, Llanfairfecahn

This is quality publication with great ethics. We have had a number of guests use our accommodation as a result of us advertising in here.

Sam Davies Owner, Platt's Farm Campsite

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