Dorchester Shops and Businesses on TwitterWednesday, March 19th, 2014
Dorchester town centre businesses have taken to Twitter in quite a big way, and many enterprising business owners have eagerly jumped on it as a way to reach their customers instantly with news and special offers, and improve their all-round customer service.
Here are some of our favourite Dorch tweeters that we highly recommend you follow…
Ross Cumber at Taste Dorchester and his counterpart at Taste Chesil (@tastechesil) are both very keen tweeters, seeing it’s potential as a marketing tool but approaching it with a light-hearted tone and plenty of humour.
Ready and waiting for out Tapas customers, got my bad leg stool! #westlife pose! @TasteChesil & @ChefAndrewReed pic.twitter.com/n5yZ4KDYQD
— Ross Cumber @ taste* (@tastedorchester) March 7, 2014
weldmar have used Twitter for quite a few years now, seeing it as a key promotional tool to spread the word about their various events and fundraising activities.
One of Dorchester’s hottest new venues, tweeting updates about their many events and interesting food and drink offerings.
A regular tweeter, always happy to get into a conversation on their favourite subject – coffee.
Very keen social media user, utilising not only Twitter but Facebook as well to show off their newest and most exciting products to customers.
Look what’s just arrived…. these beautiful, quirky keyrings are handmade in the UK from reclaimed wood. £22 each. pic.twitter.com/iaACgA6wcF
— Every Cloud (@EveryCloudShop) March 4, 2014
Long-time tweeter Russell Brown has amassed a large following of over 5,000 people, thanks to a combination of tweets about the dishes at his restaurant and little snippets about his travels and daily life as a chef.
Dorchester Mini Centre
Always great to see people with a passion for their work, and that’s always evident in the guys at the Mini Centre when they tweet photos of the minis they’re lovingly restoring and repairing.
#italianjob mini coming together nicely now….. pic.twitter.com/PPHDTLetVP
— DorchesterMiniCentre (@DorchesterMiniC) January 28, 2014
Article written by Phil Gordon – Dorchester Bid