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Town Council looking to increase Thame's digital influence

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3:29pm 21st August 2017

Thame is looking to increase it's digital influence.

A government backed scheme called #WDYT (what do you think) has ranked the online presence of 1,300 towns and cities across the UK.

Thame's come in at 500th - and now the town council are encouraging people to use  #WDYT and #Thame in their social media posts and, if you're a business, encouraging their customers to do the same.

You can find out more here.

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