Bray.ie’s #ThisHappened 2018 Review

The past 12 months we have been very busy increasing our digital output. Our community engagement strategy is a team effort and we are delighted to share with you all that we have reached a significant milestone in engaging with 3.4m users so far in 2018. This is an increase of +1.1m during the same period last year (Analytic information is from January 1 to December 17th 2018).

Below outlines some of our key achievements.

Our 2018 Social Reach 

Our 2018 Highlights 

Top 10 most visited pages/posts so far 2018 via Bray.ie were: 

  1. Bray.ie Home Page
  2. Bray Festivals
  3. St. Patricks Festival Bray
  4. Top things to do in Bray
  5. The Cliff Walk
  6. Seafront Fun Fair
  7. Bray Head Walk
  8. Bray Air Display
  9. What’s On Guide
  10. Great Sugarloaf Walk

Thanks….. 

A big thanks to the many volunteers, businesses, community groups and local media who helped make our spring/summer tourism initiatives a great success in 2018.

Thanks for helping share our content in 2018 so far. We hope you continue to engage with us at bray.ie throughout the rest of 2018 & beyond.

We look forward to increasing our connections with the local community now and into the future.

View our infographic 

Or download our #ThisHappened 2018 full year infographic here.

Bray.ie Background 

Bray.ie was launched back in 2011. It was part of the Bray Town’s Economy Think Tank outputs. BETT (Bray Economic Think Tank) was an economic forum established in 2009 its aim was to create a sense of local pride, community spirit and to promote Bray as an ideal place to live, work and do business.

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