The Kent Website since 1999
Yourcounty; the Kent website, has been meeting the information needs of the regional online audience since January 200o. We have hundreds of thousands of users viewing millions of pages. This is in addition to the thousands of subscribers to the Kent Review.
The concept behind Yourcounty is quite simple; to give our users something: entertaining, interesting and relevant every time they visit the site. Central to this philosophy is our ability to change the content based on the feedback from our audience.
We don't have any other agenda other than the needs and wants of our users. We don't have a news service, retail outlet or other business which we want this website to support, we exist only as a website serving the needs of our audience. Our revenue is based on meeting our users needs not just our advertisers needs.
We listen to our users and follow their prompts, our content evolves based on what is most requested and most popular. We are not obliged to cover any subject or issue except those that our audience is interested in. Naturally enough we're not able to respond to individual likes and dislikes but when there is an audience trend we do react.
The people involved in creating the Yourcounty concept are from Kent, live in the county and care about it. What happens in Kent matters to us. In this way we identify with our audience and share many common interests
We constantly review the website to get clear information about what works and what doesn't and we always welcome your feedback. Tell us what you want to see on the site and how you think Yourcounty can be improved.
Yourcounty is a commercial website, we generate revenue from advertising to pay the wages of staff and freelance fees for contributors. But the revenue ultimately comes from our audience and they are the customers of Yourcounty.
Although 'sale' has become a term in almost permanent use in both our high streets and online retailers, there are still exceptional bargains to be found if you know where to look. The Yourcounty sales bring you both retailers offering permanent low prices as well as featuring brilliant seasonal sale and clearance offers.
Retail jobs in Kent
The retail sector now dominates employment opportunities in most major towns. We publish a retail employment feature outlining most of the UK's major high street employers including; Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda, Morrisons, B&Q, Boots and many more.
If you've worked hard to get yourself a degree is it time to question if you are getting the most from your qualification? Many large employers have specific recruitment campaigns aimed at attracting graduate entry recruits. Take a look at our guide and see what's going on.