Press Release (ePRNews.com) - CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand - Apr 30, 2016 - The newly launched website www.kiwi-directory.com adds in-depth and original article content. The articles are immediately available and provide detailed information about a variety of subject. The topics range from holiday tips to commonly asked questions such as “Are there snakes in New Zealand?”. The website already includes information about local businesses that are serving the tourism industry and the articles are to support the effort more.
Website founder Juha Sompinmaeki says: “The new articles feature is really aimed to give detailed answers to common questions people might have about New Zealand, the culture and customs. Each article is thoroughly researched to make sure that it is indeed providing value that is not to be had anywhere else on the web. A good example would be the article about parking in the Auckland airport. While the official website has the information, it is scattered and not really easily accessible while you are just browsing around on your mobile.
Other articles are more for entertainment purposes, such as the story about 50 amazing facts about New Zealand. We are open for business owners to submit their own stories that might be related to the business they are running or the area in general.”.
The website http://www.kiwi-directory.com was launched in the beginning of 2016 after the founder Juha Sompinmaeki realized that there is no good single resource for travellers who are interested in New Zealand. While there are many websites that cover every single country, it is a chore to filter down the information that is relevant only to someone who is coming down to New Zealand for business or holidays.
Local business directories are not that helpful either because they generally lack a focus and provide all kinds of information that might not be so relevant to our users. The website aims to grab a good slice of the online web traffic without relying on big ad budgets but providing real value and original content. Source :