Garden speaker website launches

Gardening club speakers can list their services on a new website.

The person behind the new website is gardener and gardening club chairperson Justine Dixon.

 

She said: "We are constantly on the lookout for new speakers to keep our programme fresh and interesting. But where do you find new speakers? That was when the idea of launching a website for speakers to promote their talks came to mind. I set up the website and before long had around 70 speakers signed up. The site generates a lot of traffic, and we are heading towards 1000 followers on Twitter."

See http://garden-club-listings.webnode.com/ and @gclublistings

 


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