The PROC Network

Posted on Apr 10, 2011 in News

 
 

When you submit your event or business listing to PROC it can be published in several places both online and offline, giving you lots of extra publicity options. Here's where you can have your submission published:


1. PROC Event Guide
Our website gets up to 5,000 unique users per day and your event will be advertised for free in our event guide, the homepage on the day of the event and on the mobile version of our discussion forum. 

2. Thursday's Evening Echo
Events in the live music, clubbing, comedy and theatre categories are published in the Evening Echo's Downtown supplement free of charge every Thursday. Please note that publication is at the Evening Echo's discretion.  

3. Tourist Information Touchscreens
Cork City Council have 16 tourist information touchscreen kiosks located around the city in places like Kent station, Cork International Airport, the bus station and most hotels in the city centre. Your event, festival or business will be published on all of these screens free of charge for tourists to browse. 

4. Gigs.ie
This popular mobile-friendly website uses PROC to source its Cork listings.  

5. Your Website
If you have an Event Manager account you can feed events from PROC to your website so you never have to update your own website with events. Get in touch using the contact form if you want to find out more about this. 






PureCork.ie
Cork's official tourism website is the main hub for visitors to the city and county. When filling out the event or business submission forms on PROC you can tick the box at the end of the form requesting your submission be published on PureCork.ie.

Events and festivals are listed in the Whats On section and businesses are listed in Things To Do, Food & Drink and Stay categories.  

 

 

 

 

 

 
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