Local and regional content is very popular for calendars and a couple of weeks back, we called upon you in our blog here to create calendars that feature the UK’s villages, towns, cities and localities. Here’s a reminder now not to forget about #BeautifulBritain (yes, we thought there are not enough hashtags in this world, so here’s another one!) and show us the country from North to South and West to East.
While certain regions, such as Cornwall or Scotland, are already very well covered in our calendar programme, there are certain parts completely missing:
You can check all our calendar content in our product gallery simply by using the search function to find out what’s missing and what’s already there.
From A for Aberdeen to Y for York – there are many, many towns and cities in the UK that are missing in our calendar product gallery. As part of our #BeautifulBritain initiative to encourage you to create more local and regional calendar content, why not start filling the gaps? Below’s an alphabetical list of towns and cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants that are either completely missing in our product gallery or where there only are only one or two calendars. Remember the advantages you have as a calendar self-publishers with this type of content: a ready-made audience that you can market your product to! So, give your hometown its own calendar, there’s no excuse not to 🙂
Drum rolls: Here’s our Calvendo UK Gold Edition 2016- More than 30 calendars that are of particularly high quality, out of thousands published via our platform in the UK .The choice is based on criteria such as layout, image quality, composition of images and originality.
The special logo will from now on be awarded every year so if you want to be in with a chance, simply create and publish a calendar with Calvendo this year. Maybe your work will be part of the Gold Edition 2017 then!
And until then, take a look at the Gold Edition 2016 (also all in our product gallery):