The new Bridge Road Main Street website is live!

Yep, you read that right – the Bridge Road website has had the ultimate makeover.

Welcome to a brand spankin’ new platform: one that’s for Bridge Road traders, with a dedicated online portal featuring the latest news, membership benefits and promotions and functions as a detailed traders directory – a digital shopfront, so to speak – for Bridge Road visitors to explore the precinct and its offerings.

The revamped website also includes a look at Bridge Road’s long and storied history; a blog dedicated to news, events, openings, behind-the-scenes glimpses of traders and all other things Bridge Road; a guide to getting to Bridge Road; and a contact page for traders and visitors to reach out to the association (that’s us!)

We’re especially excited about the traders directory. Each Bridge Road business – yep, all 400+ of them – will have their own individual trader page that features basic information about their business, including:

  • Trader description
  • Logo and store images
  • Social media links
  • Trading hours
  • Contact details
  • Feed of all trader specific offers on their own page
  • Feed of articles that mention the trader

The best part? Your trader directory listing acts like a micro website for your business. All your business details are in one place, making it easier for people to find information about your business online (and, eventually, hopefully, definitely! visit in person)

Fun and informative, engaging and interactive, Bridge Road Main Street’s new website is set to be a game changer for your business and for bringing Melburnians to our precinct.

A huge thank you to the team at Assemblo for putting together our website.

Let us know what you think here!

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