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Website Visitors Are Go! Summer Accommodation

Website Visitors Are Go! Summer Accommodation

Greetings from New Zealand's Information Network!

I did warn everyone that this month I would be in Spring overdrive and raving on about beautiful blossom in Christchurch city (now I know why we are ‘The Garden City’), colourful Spring flowers and little lambs with their cute ‘leg warmer’ looking legs racing around lush paddocks. But alas, I cannot spread my Spring fever because the NZIN staff is complaining of Spring Overdose. Already I am limited to only 2 bunches of daffodils per day in my office.

However it seems our international Website visitors embracing Autumn (or should that be Fall?) are already planning their Kiwi Summer Holiday! Our Network has been experiencing a massive increase in Website traffic along with a very noticeable influx of visitor enquiries and online bookings. Our latest statistics also show that the majority of overseas visitors to our Network are from the USA, Australia and the United Kingdom.

Have you organised your holiday accommodation yet? If not, I suggest you get onto this “quick smart” as bookings are increasing as we approach the beginning of the busy summer tourism season. If you go to http://www.newzealandnz.co.nz/Accommodation/ you will find an extensive selection of online accommodation providers from all around New Zealand. You are guaranteed to find a place to stay that suits your budget and travel requirements.

Thank you to everyone for supporting our Network, we enjoy receiving your positive feedback regarding the wealth of online information we provide, plus the support of our clients and companies that choose to advertise with us. As a small but very dedicated team, we will continue to enthusiastically promote New Zealand online, providing excellent service for our Website visitors and advertisers alike.

Until next month…

Rachael Brown Operations Manager

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