Bradley Stoke Journal Facebook page reaches new milestone with 2,000 likes

2,000 likes on the Bradley Stoke Journal Facebook page.

The Bradley Stoke Journal’s Facebook page reached a new milestone this week when it sailed through the 2,000 ‘likes’ mark.

The achievement is the latest recognition of The Journal’s popularity and represents a two-fold increase in ‘fans’ since we launched our monthly print magazine in May.

The Journal’s Twitter feed has also seen a big increase in followers, breaching the 1,300 mark in the past week.

Our website remains ever-popular, consistently recording over 25,000 visits per month. On Google Search, it is ranked above all other Bradley Stoke based media sources for the search term ‘Bradley Stoke’ and regularly occupies all of the the top ten positions in Google News for the same search term.

Our print magazine has also been breaking records, with 9,150 copies delivered to homes in Bradley Stoke and Little Stoke this month, giving it the biggest ‘delivered’ circulation of any hyperlocal print title in the North Fringe of Bristol.

We are putting an increasing amount of “news in brief” items on our Facebook page together with daily reminders about upcoming events in Bradley Stoke. Not a Facebook user? You don’t have to have a Facebook account to view our Facebook page! Bookmark it now and visit us regularly!

If you are a Facebook member, please show your support by ‘liking’ our page. Did you know you can post status messages and photos directly onto our Facebook page? If you have something you feel will be of interest to other fans, why not give it a try? However, please note that commercial postings are not allowed and all posts are moderated, so may take a while to become publicly viewable. User posts that are not relevant to Bradley Stoke or are not considered suitable for our corporate Facebook page will not be approved.

If you run a local business, phone us on 01454 300 400 to find out about our great value advertising rates (print and online). Unlike some other local publications, we don’t insist on a long-term commitment!

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  1. Any chance you’ll start to deliver the magazine in Stoke Gifford too? I enjoy it when I get it but don’t get around to this often enough. Direct delivery would be fab as the website (whilst good) is not the same.

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