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Splurf Launch Makes Impact


Splurf Launch Makes Impact


With Splurf heading into its third week co-founders Nigel Lewis and Patrick McPhee are very excited with the results.

Splurf is a powerful online tool that enables its members to source multiple quotes for products and services at the push of a button. With now over 140 different categories of business, members have a wide range of products and services to access.

Splurf membership has swelled to over 12,000 and 1200 registered Businesses, numbers are increasing daily.

Since the launch of Splurf on 16th October over 1200 genuine business leads have been sent to Splurf Businesses. If the early signs are an indication of what is to come then Splurf will be the preferred and most convenient way for New Zealanders to source products and services. Moreover, it will certainly prove to be the most cost-effective way for businesses to generate leads.

Co-founder Nigel Lewis explains there are many aspects of Splurf that makes the website a break through on many levels. “The Splurf e-mail system has been specifically designed to allow Splurf Members and Splurf Businesses to interact. In addition, the ask the expert forum has been put together which allows Splurf members to obtain specialist advice on any of the Business Categories within the Splurf community,” he adds.

There is no doubt that Splurf is the way of the future.

For further information visit www.splurf.co.nz

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