Help us keep these pages up to date and accurate
The Brora Visitor website was first uploaded in 2009 and is still designed purely and specifically to market the village to visitors and tourists. All the information and images presented are intended to appeal to visitors covering businesses or attractions that will achieve the most clicks and taps.
If there is something I’ve missed or got wrong or any other suggested content let me know.
Telephone (Brora) 01408 622920 Mob. 07875 103067
Advertising – get more clicks* for your own business
If you want an enhanced entry with your own details (up to 55 words plus up to 6 pictures including a feature image) costs only £25 for a year.
See examples on the accommodation page.
Why pay? – this site has an excellent record hooking NC500 tourists and other visitors to Brora. Not only will your entry add to the overall SEO increasing even more numbers but your information will stand out more and attract more interest for your own business.
These are new state of the art visitor pages – ideal for mobiles and larger screens. Good effective SEO means even during lockdown we are getting great traffic but we expect it to behave like the old website it replaced and get 10,000’s page views from visitors annually – if you do take an enhanced entry you’ll get page view statistics every year.
I have been providing visitor pages for free for 10 years in Brora during which time 1,000’s of bookings have come from referrral clicks to local accommodation provider’s websites. The £25 also helps to make sure we keep the pages up to date and fresh.
* Clicks are the Currency of the Web
Clicks (or more often taps) represent the numbers of visitors to the pages. More importantly is the quality of these visits – are they genuinely interested in Brora, Sutherland and the Northern Highlands as a place to visit and tour in this case. This site is proven to do both and we’ve tracked the traffic through to genuine enquiries made directly from these pages to local businesses who have subsequently converted the interest to real business.