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Nextdoor offer

Open for business? Get the word out for free

  • We’ve teamed up with Nextdoor, the neighbourhood hub to help you reach thousands of potential customers
  • Make use of marketing tools worth hundreds of pounds
  • Don’t miss out, offer ends on 31 January 2021

Promote your business on Nextdoor

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we’ll help you connect with verified local residents instantly via Nextdoor, the neighbourhood hub, without the need to build likes or followers1.

What you’ll get

Business posts

Each month, you’ll get two free Business Posts2 in your local neighbourhood newsfeed. You can use these to share information with neighbours, such as new hours of operation, ways of doing business, delivery options and more.



 

 

Local Deals

You can also promote an offer, discount, or another incentive to new and existing customers with one free Local Deal3 when you register, worth around £150.

To get the offer, you’ll need to follow the link to Nextdoor at the top of this page, and sign up4. You’ll have to create a business page and make sure you’re verified as a genuine business.
 

Case study

Meet Rohit, Head of Operations at 1 Stop Wash in north London, a family-run business that’s been trading for 18 years.

Rohit had to close his dry cleaning business over the past two months because of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. He’s based in King’s Cross, so relied on passing trade and word of mouth, as well as business wear from commuters. Recognising the behavioural change in his customers brought on by the lockdown, Rohit started accepting online orders and doing more home laundry, such as bedding and curtains. While he used to help busy commuters from all over the UK get their suits cleaned, Rohit recognised that he could now support his community maintain safe and hygienic households. As the government began easing restrictions, he just needed a way to let people know that his doors were opening again.

“Thanks to the Local Deal feature, I have been able to successfully re-open our family business in these trying times,” says Rohit. “In a matter of hours, I’ve had new customers reach out to place orders before we’ve even opened our doors.”