Instagram remains a top social platform and, with its focus on beautiful imagery, it’s an important platform for all things travel. This is especially true for smaller DMOs with limited staff capacity. Here we explore ways for your team to maximize Instagram's capabilities for your DMO.
Author: Maghen Barranco
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.
Google My Business has become a powerful tool to help manage how your destination presents itself on Google Search and Maps. Learn how to help your stakeholders maximize GMB for the good of your entire destination.
What’s the right answer when it comes to social media in times like these? I’m not sure that there even is one, but I do know the wrong answer: Going dark. Here are a few ideas on how to pivot your social strategy to continue engaging your target markets in these uncertain times.
In 2019, Pinterest overtook Snapchat to become the third most popular social network behind Facebook and Instagram, with its user base skyrocketing to 82.4 million people. Pinterest is the perfect platform for a destination to promote its offerings, and we've got some tips to help your destination make Pinterest a valuable resource for travelers.
Creating Instagram Stories and stories ads for brands can be a fun exercise, and getting started isn't complicated. To help you tap into the 500 million users who create and engage with Instagram Stories daily, here are some best practices we recommend you follow. Read time: under 3 minutes
Keeping up with the latest developments in travel technology remains central to optimizing the visitor experience both in the planning stages of their trip and while they’re in-market. As we plow ahead in 2020, it is more apparent than ever that Google is continuing to make taking a major role in the travel tech space a high priority. Along with leveraging the opportunities that Google is developing, we are also seeing potential for augmented reality and artificial intelligence. We have highlighted 5 travel tech trends below that we feel have the potential to impact travel related economic development activity in small to mid-sized markets.
We were recently invited to attend a lecture by Daniel Pacchioni, Creative Content Strategist with Universal Orlando's marketing department. Daniel provided timely, insightful advice on how to engage in the creative process when branding your destination. Here are 6 key takeaways from his presentation.
Regardless of your team size or budget, there are ways to make social media work for you without cutting corners. Here, we've summarized 6 common social media management mistakes, how they can affect your brand credibility, and what you can do to avoid them.
For smaller DMOs or DMOs with limited resources, necessary marketing strategies sometimes remain unexplored due to lack of funding, a small staff, or both—with social media being one of numerous underutilized tools. Fortunately, there are ways to put social to work no matter how small your team is. Here are a few ideas to help solve your "too much to do and not enough time to do it" challenges.
As travelers turn to digital resources to plan their trips and seek out attractions while in-market, driving home the relevance of your visitor center may feel like an uphill battle. The good news is that there are ways to increase the relevance of your center and remain top of mind to those who are more inclined to pick up their cell phones and consult Google.