So you’ve got Halloween out of the way and now it’s time to get a bonfire event on, the thing is, Bonfire Night is a funny time of year because it’s one of the few times that loads of public places have free events taking place on the same night.
Saying that there are plenty of people out there who can think of better things to do this weekend than stand out in the cold and watch a pile of rubbish and off-cuts burn!
Skiddle has developed a national bonfire night guide and localised bonfire night guides for our audience which means that your event has half a chance of getting people to find it when they are searching for things to do to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up Parliament and the King.
Now is the time to really give your event a push as the traffic is really ramping up now as people who’ve left it to the last minute try to work out what they could do.
Remember that people search for Bonfire Night when referring to every night of this weekend so there’s definitely something to be had by calling your event a Bonfire Night Party even if it’s not taking place on 5th November. Another good phrase to use when promoting your event if Firework Night – there are a lot of people out there that look for firework night and firework parties.
There’s no harm in using Guy Fawkes in the description of your event but don’t expect to pick up a load of search traffic from it – because it’s not there, Guy Fawkes Night is rapidly becoming antiquated, so if you thinking of sticking with tradition it’s really not going to do your event any favors (especially not at this late
To promote your Bonfire Night event on Skiddle it’s really easy – and FREE, simply visit our Promotion Centre and we’ll automatically detect your promoting a Bonfire Night event and add you to the Bonfire Night listings.