The Good South – South Island Itineraries
The Good South
Recently launched as an independent colloborative project by Tim Brewster and his digital marketing partner, Optymise, The Good South is a locally created, authentic guide to New Zealand’s lower South Island.
Aimed at independent travellers seeking an alternative to the commercial tourist trail, The Good South points out areas of natural beauty, interesting byways and, via The Great Scone Trail, good baking, coffee and tea to sustain you on your journey.
Now Online! A guide to New Zealand’s lower South Island for independent travellers
The Good South travel guide is an online project aimed to benefit the independent traveller. Written by locals who know the region, traveller can get off the beaten track and explore the South.
Along with guides and itineraries to the lower South Island, we also feature The Great Scone Trail.
Seek out tasty goodies on your travels with our digital roadmap to rural cafes and tearooms which have been selected for the quality of their baking, fresh locally sourced produce and excellent hospitality.
The Good South Guide to the lower South Island
… not only has (Tim Brewster) personally conducted the whole process but saved our business a large sum of annual expenditure on internet exposure.
Tim scheduled meetings to overview our business background so as to have a better understanding of what we wished to get across to the public via our website. Tim recommended a website developer who set up our email address with their cost efficient provider and visually displayed our website to what we believe to be an enticing information provider to our potential clients. The words to describe our operation were put into a professional context by Tim and his writing and journalism background has assisted us to get our operation ethics across in a clear and concise way.
I have had the pleasure of working with Tim Brewster from Southern Alps Media on several of my clients’ projects. I have called on Tim to tackle writing website copy that has a focus on search engine optimization. The process when Tim is involved is simple, explained clearly and is step-by-step and structured. Each project has been delivered on time to a very high standard. Over time the content and copy Tim has created and SEO and navigation solutions he has implemented have been effective in adding value for the search engines and in turn site visits and conversions to sales. Working with Tim has been enjoyable and rewarding. The delivery from Southern Alps Media reflects well on my business and my clients are always stoked. Tim’s service means that my clients understand the value of his expertise and enjoy the measurable results for their business. Jo Lynch, Wanaka
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