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How to Boost Your Instagram Reach: 12 Simple Tactics You Can Use

What is the important thing to maintain, when you are starting a blog on Instagram? Of course, it would be the reach. It defines the number of unique accounts that have watched your post or story. The better is the reach, the faster your profile grows. So how do you get the maximum reach to your posts? See the twelve brilliant and easy tactics below!

Use Instagram Ads

Thanks to the algorithms of showing, running Insta Ads campaigns is one of the easiest methods to get more unique viewers to your posts. These are the kinds of ads you can get:

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Do You Really Need More Facebook Likes?

Authored by BHTNews.com
Posted: Fri, 05/15/2020 - 4:04pm

Word has it that young people are migrating from Facebook to Snapchat. No, doubt Snapchat has been attempting to steal the scene but it has not succeeded in beating Facebook out of the game.

However, it has surpassed Twitter since it has more daily users. But Facebook still rules with over 1 billion users daily. Snapchat users stand at 150 million users daily.

If you look at these figures, Facebook is unbeatable. This gives you more reason to buy Facebook likes .

Facebook is an Excellent Marketing Platform

Socialfresh conducted a recent study. According...

Exeter College Festival of Carols Raises Money for Charities

Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Mon, 12/09/2019 - 1:36pm

Students, parents, staff and the Exeter community joined together to celebrate Christmas at Exeter College’s Festival of Carols in the stunning setting of Exeter Cathedral, all in the name of charity.

The annual event celebrated the college’s exceptionally talented students, with performances from the Exeter College orchestra, as well as student choirs and piano and vocal duets.

In addition to starting Christmas celebrations, the Festival of Carols raised important funds for the college’s two nominated charities for the academic year, Cancer Research UK and Exeter Foodbank...

Exeter College's Festival of Carols set to kick off Christmas

Authored by stephendixon
Posted: Mon, 11/18/2019 - 12:17pm

Date: 5th December 2019

Location: Exeter Cathedral

Timings: Doors open 6.30pm, 7.30pm start

Admission: Free, donations to college charities welcomed

Exeter College’s annual Festival of Carols will be kicking off Christmas in the stunning setting of Exeter Cathedral, complete with performances from college students; all in the name of charity.

The evening starts with a candle lit procession through the nave followed by performances from Exeter College students, orchestra and choir. The event is free to attend but collection boxes will be available...

4 Tips for Creating Spectacular British Roasts

Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 10:29am

A great roast is a wonderful thing and something that many of us will reminisce about long after the last lick of gravy has passed our lips. Learning how to master the roast is a great thing and here are some tips to help you do so.

1. Potatoes

Begin by preheating the oven to 220° C and place a large lump of duck fat on a try in the oven to begin rendering. This will take about ten minutes.

The potatoes will need to be peeled and partially boiled for about 8 minutes in a seasoned water.

Pour them into a colander to drain the water and then shake the...

Two adults and two children run through trees in the dark

Shaun the Sheep is on the run this Halloween at Haldon Forest Park

Authored by Haldon Forest Park
Posted: Thu, 10/10/2019 - 12:34pm

Join Haldon Forest Park this Halloween for a Shaun the Sheep Farmageddon Glow Run !

To celebrate Aardman’s new film A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, in cinemas 18 October, Shaun the Sheep welcomes all the family to enjoy this spooktacular 3km glow run on 30 October.

The route through the trees is lit up with fantastic colour and characters from the film are there to guide your way... but beware the Hazmats! Runners each receive a pair of Shaun the Sheep ears to decorate with UV paint to really make you glow before you venture into the forest.

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Festival Of The Dead Brings 'The Dark Carnival' To Life As It Arrives In Exeter On Spectacular 2019 Tour

Festival of the Dead brings 'The Dark Carnival' to life in Exeter

Authored by Paula_D
Posted: Sat, 09/14/2019 - 6:05am

Festival Of The Dead, the hugely popular 'deathly fiesta' lands at The Great Hall, University of Exeter on Friday 25th October for its 4th year touring, with brand new, mind-blowing production infusing carnival, circus, theatre and clubbing. New for 2019, Festival of the Dead presents 'The Dark Carnival' featuring a whole new cast of characters and otherworldly creations, acrobats, circus performers, magnificent carnival processions through the crowd, and much more, all set to a high octane soundtrack.

Only Festival Of The Dead can dazzle the crowds with the UK's largest touring...

Family carers to be celebrated in Exeter city artwork

Family carers to be celebrated in Exeter city artwork

Authored by Paula_D
Posted: Fri, 09/13/2019 - 12:23pm

Local artist Leo Jamelli has collaborated with the University of Exeter to create a piece of emotional public artwork to be displayed in City Centre.

The large-scale artwork, created to celebrate carers, will be shown between 8.00pm and Midnight on both 20th and 21st September. It will appear on the historic St Catherine's Almshouse, on the site of the iconic ruin in the Princesshay shopping precinct.

Funded by a University of Exeter Arts and Culture Fellowship, Leo's artwork is inspired by research currently being developed by Dr Catriona McKenzie and Dr Siobhan O'Dwyer as...

Six over 50s are following a Nordic walking leader up a hill

Over 50s invited to Love Later Life and get active in nature

Authored by Haldon Forest Park
Posted: Thu, 09/05/2019 - 10:35am

Age UK Devon, Forestry England and Active Devon invite people aged over 50 to join a day of FREE taster activities at Haldon Forest Park, near Exeter. It is a well-known fact that being active in the natural environment can be beneficial to both physical and mental health. A walk or a jog through the woods will increase activity levels, improve overall fitness and boost wellbeing. It’s just as important to enjoy good health when you are aged 50 and over, which is why this ‘Loving Later Life’ event invites people to try new and alternative activities, or revisit an old hobby, to immerse...

Hotel du Vin ‘music in the lounge’ launch creates that ‘Friday feeling…’

Authored by Glen King PR
Posted: Mon, 07/29/2019 - 12:47pm

Exeter professionals and residents from Southernhay and Magdalen Road kick-started the weekend in style with an evening of great food, live music and social networking at a special event hosted by Hotel du Vin, to launch its new series of ‘Live music in the Lounge’.

The prosecco flowed and complimentary dishes from the hotel’s new summer menu were sampled on the terrace with guests enjoying the sunshine and listening to live music by Kate Ferguson of ‘Hot Ginger’, adding to the chilled atmosphere. Membership cards to the new loyalty scheme were handed out for 20% off food and drink...

Frances and her family - from left to right Jake, Kerry, Frances, Carla and Dan

Candles on the Canal: Family, Live Music and a Time to Remember…

Authored by Hospiscare
Posted: Tue, 06/25/2019 - 11:22am

Candles on the Canal is a new event hosted by local charity Hospiscare . Its purpose is to bring hundreds of local people together for a relaxed and uplifting evening in memory of loved ones who have died, taking place on Saturday 21 September from 4:30pm. Everyone is welcome regardless of who they are remembering, how long ago their loved ones died or whether they were looked after by Hospiscare.

Starting and ending at the relaxed and family-friendly environment of the Double Locks , participants will walk alongside the canal returning to see a raft of glowing candles, each one...