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Marketing Support

We endeavor to promote our supporters as best as we can through sharing relevant stories via our social media channels and through press releases, public engagement and events. 

As a trusted independent organisation our seafood sustainability ratings are recognised and trusted by the general public. We encourage our supporters to share this infomation to their customers and love to hear your stories and to share relevant infomation to our supporters. 

As a project of Cornwall Wildlife Trust, the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide is being heavily promoted to our 17,000 members through our Wild Cornwall magazine and website. Wild Cornwall is published 3 times a year and has a readership of 35,000. The Trust's main website receives over 100,000 unique visits per year, and features multiple signposts to the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide website. In the two years since going live the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide website has had over 195,000 page views with an average of 90,000 views per year – over 200 per day on average! 
Our social media influence is expanding rapidly as the project grows. Cornwall Good Seafood Guide has its own Facebook and Twitter channels to communicate news, promote our Supporters and compliment the Wildlife Trust's main pages. In less than six months since they were created our Twitter account has gained over 300 followers, and our Facebook page currently has 884 likes. Cornwall Good Seafood Guide is also promoted regularly on the main Cornwall Wildlife Trust Twitter account (currently 11.5k followers) and Facebook page (currently 13k likes). The strength of these marketing tools speak for themselves, and now your business has a real opportunity to benefit from being involved with this respected project.

Cornwall Good Seafood Guide is underpinned by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) Good Fish Guide. The first UK consumer guide to sustainable seafood. For more information visit

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