Social influencers provide tremendous value not only to travelers who look to social media for trip inspiration, but to DMOs looking for new ways to reach potential visitors. In this 30-second video, we touch on the benefits of crowdsourcing social influencers to promote your destination.
Author: David Allred
At Stamp, we believe places are some of the most interesting things to brand. We find the most powerful and unique brand position for a city or attraction and build awareness.
Every DMO hopes for positive online reviews of their destination. But what do you do when the reviews are negative? How do you regain control of the narrative and rehabilitate your destination's image? David and Victoria share a few ideas in this 50 second video.
Travelers are increasingly seeking out unique, one of a kind, authentic experiences. And because you can't be everything to everybody, identifying and leveraging what makes your community different must be a central pillar of your marketing strategy. Read time: under 3 minutes.
what3words is a free tool with the potential to revolutionize tourism and travel, mapping, wayfinding, navigation, and communications as we know it. Check out this introduction and link to three brief what3words videos to learn more for yourself. Your mind will be racing.
Curating content from social influencers is an effective strategy for reaching potential visitors who may be on the fence about visiting your city, or who may have not considered your place to be a viable option for business, leisure or bleisure travel.
As potential visitors formulate their travel plans, unique, one-of-a-kind experiences are often at the top of their travel wish list. Leverage these must-have experiences to generate the Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) and encourage travelers to book an overnight stay in your city.
In this installment of Encourage The Conversation, we discuss the importance of influencer marketing as it relates to your destination and how to integrate it into your overall social media strategy.
Until fairly recently, 360 content was a buzzword, a fad, something without any practical application. But as the technology has advanced beyond gaming and into the replication of realistic experiences, its marketing potential has skyrocketed.
Encourage repeat visits to your destination by presenting reasons for travelers to return with their family or friends. Giving these departing guests a list of your "Must-Dos, Must-Sees and Must-Eats" will give them multiple reasons to bounce back to you.
Adopt the mindset of a visitor when determining marketing language. Here, we take a look at a few marketing faux pas that could have easily been avoided by using clearer language.