Stamp worked with the Alabama Bicentennial Commission to help develop and promote their three-year initiative celebrating Alabama's 200 years of statehood. Here we discuss 5 components of a successful statewide marketing program.
Author: Kristin Dillensnyder
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.
Whether you’re looking forward to getting the extra help for your team to reach your destination’s goals, or the current contract with your agency of record is almost at its limit, writing and distributing an RFP and evaluating the submissions are time-consuming tasks. Here are some helpful tips on how to simplify and streamline the process.
Like your Marketing Action Plan, your social media marketing strategy should continually evolve to reflect what data is telling you about the platform preferences and media consumption habits of your target markets. What made your social strategy successful two years ago likely will not have the desired impact today due to evolving trends and algorithms. So how do you stay ahead of the curve?
Meeting Planners often look for several key components when choosing a destination to host their next event. And surprisingly enough, cost is not the number one deciding factor. For mid-sized markets to compete successfully with larger destinations, they need to leverage testimonials and user-generated content to attract the attention of meeting planners.
By establishing digital fences around geographical locations, geofencing and geofilters allow you to target visitors with timely messages as they explore your destination.
National Travel and Tourism Week is a great platform to celebrate your visitors, your stakeholders and to share the economic impact travel and tourism has on your community.
The Request for Proposal is a big task for a DMO to undergo. Use these pointers to create an ideal RFP process that garners better results. The result may be a long lasting partnership with an agency that fits your organization’s needs.
Remember all the precious time and valuable marketing budget you spent on creating the marketing theme, the copy, the visuals, the video, and all of the other assets in your marketing library? Take that content and get as much value from it as possible. Not sure where to start? Keep reading.