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Web/Social Media Presence
Websites may highlight the district’s unique brand and competitive edge; showcase members; generate revenue through sponsors, ads and on-line payment/donation functionality; highlight events; generate buzz; and tell the story of the district and its business association. Social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) complements websites, may help business districts share critical information, drive customers and engage with community members. Web/Social Media project examples include websites, blogs, mobile apps, website translation services, social media strategies, etc.
With a Venture Portland Web/Social Media Presence Benchmark grant, Montavilla/East Tabor Business Association created a new website that features photos of local business owners.