About Our SEO Services: Covering Wanaka and Queenstown Lakes
SEO is the lifeblood of any business. And because we take that to heart, we make sure that all the sites we create are optimised for search engine visibility. For us to know your site’s specific SEO needs, we commit ourselves to conduct a thorough site audit. A site audit has several benefits.
For us to boost your SEO rankings, we have to find out what we need to rank for. This can only be done through a site audit. One of the major benefits of a site audit is improved organic search visibility and organic search ranking begins with a sound keyword strategy. This entails knowing your target market and your competitor so that we can develop an on-page SEO code for the business website. When we do a site audit, it will include keyword discovery as well as in-depth research. The results of which will then be integrated into the on-page SEO and even the off-site advertising.
Through a site audit, we will also look into your website pages, their content, design, and calls to action and ensure that they maximise conversions. Long term a site audit may increase ROI when conducted with strategic SEO planning, analysis, testing and execution.
The changes resulting from a site audit affects SEO, since the site’s entire SEO will be evaluated, and this will affect the user experience on your site. We want to make sure that both the users and search engines are happy with the sites we create.
Our SEO specialists to ensure that the site’s ranking is enhanced through SEO. Here are some of the things that we do to achieve that. Examples of these are identifying which pages have to be crawled by search engines or not, inserting internal links to improve the site’s user experience, and also crafting metadata, alt tags for images, page URLs, and the site content that use relevant keywords.
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First of all, the site design is tailored to the company’s branding. This means that your website does not only showcase your unique products and services but also your personality and character. Your website should be an extension of your brand, customers should know when they are on your site with a clear flow from any offline branding.
Any site from 1768degrees.com makes it easy for you to add more functionality and content to the site in response to the changes in the business. We will be here with you every step of the way.
Wanaka the most beautiful place in New Zealand. On the southern end of its namesake lake with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains. This is the gateway to the Mount Aspiring National Park and right at the start of the Clutha River / Mata-Au. It is a wilderness full of glaciers, alpine lakes, and beech forests.
Wanaka is growing rapidly. Just by visiting, it’s clear to understand why. Its population increased by 50 percent from 2005 to 2015.
Wanaka is the pronunciation of wananga in the South Island dialect. It means sacred knowledge or a place of learning. The New Zealand Gazetteer, however, cited the meaning as “the lore of the tohunga or priest.” The first European settlement in the area was called Pembroke. The residents changed it to Wanaka in 1940.
There are so many things to do in Wanaka. Let’s start with the most famous tree in New Zealand, a 100-year-old willow tree (Sorry Tane) that stands alone in Lake Wanaka at Roys Bay. This tree started as a fence post 70 years ago. Today it is a beautiful willow tree that photographers from around the world flock to Wanaka to take photos of.
Another enjoyable trip is to walk through the aisles of lavenders in the breathtaking Wanaka Lavender Farm. You may choose between a fresh cup of herbal tea and lavender ice cream. There are also friendly resident animals for you to interact with. Fragrant products are also sold on-site for you to bring home.
For the adventurer in you, you can simply get out of your comfort zone and try Wildwire Wanaka and conquer the world’s highest waterfall cable climb. These guided climbs are available to all levels of climbers from absolute beginners to adrenaline-filled adventurers. Climbers will be provided training and gear.
For the walker in you, it’s best to try the Mount Iron Walk, one of Wanaka’s most popular short walks that provide you with jaw-dropping 360-degree panoramic views. Mount Iron is a magnificent glacier-carved rocky knoll at a 240 meters climb. From the summit, views of the Lakes Wanaka and Hawea, Cardrona and Upper Clutha Valleys, and the peaks of Mount Aspiring National Park can be seen.
Another great place for a hike is Roys Peak Track which offers a panoramic view of Lake Wanaka, Mount Aspiring/Tititea, and other surrounding peaks, all from a 1,578-metre summit. It’s best to bring warm and windproof clothing since temperatures can drop quickly.
We truly love Wanaka, and would love to be part of your success story.