Support local — share our local profiles!

Support local — share our local profiles!

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Whitianga Rainbow - Dmitri Kotelevski

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Here at All About Whitianga we're 'all about local'. And a great way to 'support local' and help promote our business and community organisations, is by sharing local profiles on major social media platforms.


Help us get the word out!

Sharing this article helps to support the local community.


With our share buttons you can show your support toward local businesses and organisations, and help promote them by increasing their social media presence – here's how ...

It only takes a click of the mouse or tap on the screen:

How to 'Support & Share' Local
Businesses & Organisations

  1. Go to our local business directory to find the businesses and community organisations you want to share and promote. Click in to a business profile page and scroll down to find their share buttons. 

  2. Simply tap the buttons for the social media you have an account with. A pop up window will appear where you can add a 'plug' or short story about why you like the business or organisation. Confirm your share/post using the button inside the popup.

Social media share buttons

Facebook share window

 Photo: All About Whitianga graphic

There are no limits on how many business profiles you can share – the more you share, the more you'll help. Your friends and followers will see your support, and local businesses and community organisations that you support will gain a direct link through to their profile page that includes their contact and services information – thanks for supporting local!

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