HOW BUSINESS CAN SURVIVE AND FLOURISH DURING THIS PANDEMIC? TAKE A LOOK AT HOW WE DO SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO)
While we can’t predict when the world economy will recover, we do know the best approach to take, is to GROW YOUR BUSINESS throughout these uncertain times.
Obviously, businesses that have gone digital are adapting to the crisis better compared to their brick and mortar counterparts BUT not all companies with online presence flourish.
Being online is nothing if nobody finds you on their chosen search engine. The power of search is not only amazing but has proven time and again that it can consistently drive more traffic to your website, increase engagement, and generate more sales.
Our search engine optimisation strategies deliver relevant traffic that leads to increasing conversions for long-term results. Think of it this way:
Travellers begin trip planning with a search engine. They search to for accommodation, cheap flights, activities, and most of all –for price comparisons. If your business is not on the first page of the search results, how will you be able to at least land in their initial list and not be relegated to competing on price?
It shouldn’t be a question of “how to be there”, but a question of when. Now is the time to get on the search and to begin getting more customers!
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Auckland mayor Phil Goff says an announcement could be made soon on Auckland's light rail.
The $6 billion project to revive a tram network in Auckland was one of Labour's initial election promises in 2017.
After Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's big victory on October 17, the light rail system connecting the airport to Auckland's central city may finally get off the ground.
But Transport Minister Phil Twyford alluded key decisions are still to be made.
Twyford said in June the governing parties could not agree on a preferred proposal and the future of the project would be decided by the new Government following the election.
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Surviving separation after a relationship can bring a range of emotions such as loss, anger, confusion and an invitation towards building a new life.
The Auckland Women’s Centre is offering a one day workshop for women called Building a New Life After Separation on Saturday 7 November.
Building a New Life After Separation
Saturday 7 November
9.30am – 5.00pm
Auckland Women’s Centre
4 Warnock Street Grey Lynn
Cost on a sliding scale between $50-$80
Enrol through our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.