surfacewatch.com offers information about precisely-mapped dive sites and dive centres, including real-time ocean conditions, weather data and captivating photos to inspire divers!
London, UK (PRWEB) March 31, 2010
Surfacewatch.com, a pioneer in lead generation for dive centres around the world has launched a beta version of their new scuba diving website.
The website provides vital additions to the scuba diving industry by providing a meaningful starting point for dive travellers. This helps to create unique, tailored dive experiences, increasing conversions for dive centres with rapid ROI and minimal capital outlay.
"Traditionally, dive centres have had to spend significant time and money developing online channels to enable divers to make bookings" explains Claude du Ponier, of surfacewatch.com, "however, that's all about to change. Websites need to organise existing scuba diving data, make it searchable and easy for divers to make informed decisions" he adds.
Dive centres around the world can signup to the dive centre beta program and list their details, target specific dive locations and advertise dive packages designed to target dive enthusiasts from across the globe and point them directly to a specific dive centre.
Using advanced web technologies, surfacewatch.com offers information about precisely-mapped dive sites and dive centres, including real-time ocean conditions, weather data and captivating photos to inspire divers. Divers from around the world can now find all the information they require on one easy to use, reliable and up to date resource.
If dive centres are looking for maximum exposure and want to generate more diver enquiries, the beta version of the site is a perfect companion for any existing online lead generation channel. Potential dive customers will be sent directly to a dedicated dive centre business listing where they can make contact instantly, for free, through the surfacewatch.com enquiry engine.
"We've spent a lot of time developing and testing our unique enquiry engine to make it as quick & easy for divers to get in touch with a specific dive centre, without having to open up their email clients or navigate away from the website. We believe this really is a game-changer in the dive industry."
surfacewatch.com have sponsored a hammerhead shark called Daisy and will be involved in charitable giving to diving-related environmental causes including Project Aware. The website has also enrolled in a carbon offset program to ensure any environmental footprint remains neutral.
Claude du Ponier, Online Channel Manager, http://www.surfacewatch.com