We at Amby Marketing take great pleasure in announcing a new addition to our current list of clients.
We are delighted to welcome Costa del Sol based golf tour operator, Golf Breaks in Spain on board and look forward to promoting the site in the coming months.
Golf Breaks in Spain have been established for a number of years and aim to make their clients golf holidays as stress free as possible by providing not only accommodation in some of the Costa del Sol’s best hotels, but also tee times, golf club hire, airport transfers and even car hire.
Looking for somewhere to holiday this Summer? Somewhere where the sun is warm and the beaches are full of soft golden sand. Where the people are warm and hospitable and the food simply delicious?
If so, why not get in touch with our latest clients. Riviera International are one of the leading holiday rental companies on the Costa del Sol offering a wide range of luxurious (but affordable) self catering apartments and villas in the Riviera del Sol, Mijas area of the coast.
Located just a stones throw from all the local amenities including restaurants, bars, supermarkets, banks, beaches and golf, the Atalayas y Flamencos developments are the ideal location for those looking to explore the Costa del Sol.
Riviera International approached us recently as they wanted to grow their business online and form a presence where they could start generating more business.
At Amby Marketing, we are really delighted to welcome Riviera International and are looking forward to promoting their brand and becoming a part of their success!
We at Amby Marketing are growing rapidly and it gives us great pleasure to give a warm welcome to our newest client.
Golf4U Spain are an Iagto approved and fully licensed golf tour operator in the Malaga region of the Costa del Sol, Spain. Established in 2006, they have since established excellent business relationships with over 50 first class golf courses and hotels on the Costa del Sol enabling them to offer good, affordable, tailor made golf holidays and breaks to those looking to improve their handicaps in the warm Costa sunshine.
Google recently updated their algorithm (Penguin) and in the process prevented many sites from ranking. The new update was said to have affected around 3.1% of search queries, which when you think about it, is probably hundreds of thousands of websites via millions of search queries.
No doubt the vast majority of the sites that were hit were of a very low quality, built for adsense, over optimised and offering very little in the way of value to any visitors they may or may not have received prior to getting dumped.
Having lived in Spain for over 6 years with my family, I can fully understand and appreciate how essential it is for foreigners to be fully covered for any medical scenario that may arise.
Although the Spanish medical system is very good, if you don’t have a full grasp of the language, it can be extremely daunting having to communicate using pigeon Spanish. And let’s face it, when a loved one is sick, it is imperative that you are able to get your point across quickly and with clarity.
At Amby Marketing, we recently took on a new client who provide health insurance for expats in Spain. Health Plan Spain offer a wide range of healthcare insurance policies for those who have moved to Spain permanently or for those who split their time between Spain and another country.
The added bonus is that they offer cover as part of the Sanitas network which means that they are fully authorised and have access to approximately 500 medical centres in the country and over 28,000 healthcare professionals!
Another important aspect is that many of the healthcare professionals are English speaking, as to are the Health Plan Spain agents.
At Amby Marketing, we look foward to working with Health Plan Spain in 2012 and promoting their health insurance products to the expat community in Spain.
You use social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook right? You probably update your status on a regular basis, but did you ever stop to think as to whether you were posting at the right time or even on the right day?