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YRBA improves online presence

18 Sep 2012

The Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) has increased its online presence, upgrading to a new website which will give its Southbank-based member businesses more attention.

YRBA members are all listed on the site and have their own page to enhance online search results.

YRBA executive officer Tim Bracher said the new site enabled the association to adapt to new technologies.

“The operating platform for the old site was limiting our ability to market using social media and other new technology,” Mr Bracher said.

“Its bright, new look reflects the vibrancy and modernity of the precinct.”

Go and check out the new website by visiting www.yarrariver.info

There’s even a page for the area’s local newspaper.

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