The New Brunswick Department of Tourism and Parks requires that linking sites adhere to the following guidelines:
Deep Linking (inbound links)
Deep linking allows users to enter on the page (URL) where they will find the exact content they are looking for. For example if an external site is offering a link to get a vacation planning kit, it would be confusing for the user to have to navigate through our site to find this information. Instead, the link from the external site should land them right on the URL for the order guides page. This in essence is what we call deep linking.
The New Brunswick Department of Tourism and Parks requires that linking sites adhere to the following guidelines :
If you agree with the terms noted above, you should provide written notice to email@example.com. We will not refuse a reasonable request for an inward link,
provided that the organization is reputable and is not, in the opinion of the
New Brunswick Department of Tourism and Parks, harmful to the image or reputation
of the Department or province of New Brunswick.
The Department will provide inbound links with standard-sized banners and icons for download purposes.
The outbound links on the official Tourism New Brunswick website contains links to government sites and regulatory and industry bodies, associations and organizations (ie., Campground Association, Bed and Breakfast Association, New Brunswick Outfitters Associations, TIANB etc).
As a government organization, the Department of Tourism and Parks must be vendor neutral. As such, no commercial links will be provided through/via TourismNewBrunswick.co.uk
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you satisfy this criteria and want a link from to the TourismNewBrunswick.co.uk website and include:
· A sentence describing your site and its relevance to New Brunswick as a tourism destination.
· The URL of the webpage where you want the Tourism and Parks website to link to.