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Small businesses get ahead on Neighbourlink!
We’re here to help your business get ahead of your competition on Neighbourlink. Reach your target customers and drive results quickly with Neighbourlink listings and post ads.
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Connecting local businesses with their communities in New Zealand. What’s going on in your neighbourhood?
Looking for an easy way to get you ahead of your competition?
Start with a listing on Neighbourlink.
Our dedicated directory is a self-serve advertising tool built within the Neighbourlink Info-site for business accounts. You can boost organic SEO and increase engagement with your community quickly and simply.
Need something more?
Neighbourlink offers a simple service to drive real results
and help your business get ahead of the competition.
1 in 3 people viewing a Neighbourlink Listing will go on to call, email or visit that business.
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Become a local favourite with a Neighbourlink listing
Here’s how Fox Kennedy Barbers Co. used Neighbourlink NZ to reach new audiences quickly and got booked out!
QR Code & Social Sharing buttons.
With a Neighbourlink listing, you can download or print the QRcode in high resolution to promote your business offline with ready-to-go POP layouts. Visitors can scan the QR code to get your listing directly to their mobile devices and share it within their network. Easy as!
A listing can increase traffic for your organic SEO and get more leads.
Direct QR Codes
Automaticity get a unique QR code with your listing or ad, linked directly for fast results.
Free rein content
Boost engaging content easily within the description editor and update whenever.
Utilise the post ads to gain more short-term ROI, that works for any budget.
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