It’s time for another #Yorkshire Site Review and this week it’s a review of The Bon Restaurant and Wine Bar based in Sherburn in Elmet just outside Leeds, family the restaurant mixes traditional values with modern ideas.
The restaurant has some glowing reviews on Trip Advisor and because we have a keen interest in independent restaurants and marketing them online it was an easy choice for our next site review.
For those of you unfamiliar with our #YorkshireHour site reviews, each week we pick a business and review their website from an SEO/Content/Usability perspective and put our thoughts into a blog post.
There’s no catches, it’s free and gives business owners a fresh pair of eyes on their web presence from a team who know what it takes for a small business to succeed online.
Here’s number 3 in the Breakthesal #YorkshireHour website review series. For those not familiar with the concept each week a business is chosen from the Yorkshire Hour hashtag on Twitter and their website reviewed from both an SEO and a general usability/conversion perspective.
This is the second post in our #yorkshirehour website review series, last week we looked at Yorkshire Dales Meat Companies on line presence and gave our thoughts on how they could both improve their website visually/content wise and drive more relevant search traffic to it.
This week we’re looking at holiday cottage rental business Romantic Cottage Holidays whom offer a number of luxurious self-catering properties on the North Yorkshire Coast. The business is owned by Helen Massey, who is the co-founder of Yorkshire Hour and looks after the #yorkshirehour twitter account and also runs the twitter account specific for the holiday cottages – @RomanticCotHols.
If you’re a Yorkshire based business and you use Twitter then you’ve probably heard of the relatively new concept of #yorkshirehour, in a nutshell it’s a way for Yorkshire businesses to pool together and promote their businesses on Twitter between 8 and 9pm every Wednesday.
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