Roseland Online Recognised as Local Resource by Telegraph


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has been recognised as a leading resource for South Central Cornwall by the Telegraph newspaper.

Founder editor Mark David Hatwood received an email from one of its reporters asking for tips on places to eat and stay for its forthcoming article on the South West Coast Path.

Mark said, “I was delighted to receive the Telegraph’s contact. Not only was I glad to be able to help them for their report with local knowledge, but to be recognised as a leading resource for South Central Cornwall in this way shows we’ve truly ‘arrived’ on a national level. And after M&S started advertising with us last year in our Wedding Planner, we now truly recognised as a ‘voice’ for the area.”

The Telegraph report is expected to appear in this weekend’s Saturday colour supplement and will raise the profile of the surrounding area, giving both sponsors of the website and other businesses a welcome boost.

Mark added, “I was glad to support not only our treasured sponsors but also other businesses that haven’t yet discovered the benefits of advertising with us. After all, we’re here to help everyone, not just those that support us.”

cornwallbooking-headerRoseland Online receives up to 30,000 hits a day and up to 600 unique users discover our thousands of pages of contact daily. It is also about to launch its sister website, CornwallBooking.co.uk to help businesses in the holiday sector get recognised and boost trade to the area. For details on advertising and sponsorship of both website, email: mark@roselandonline.co.uk.

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