There is a not-so-subtle difference between the words "attractor" and "attractions" but it is important for DMOs to use both in stakeholder discussions. Read this week's Insight to understand why. Read time: 3 minutes
Category: DMO Collaboration
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.
It’s more important than ever to keep information updated on leading travel platforms as potential visitors are hungry for information. Keeping information updated in real-time on TripAdvisor will be crucial to giving travelers the confidence to return to your destination.
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.
Indications point to visitors getting ready to travel again but health and safety remain a major consideration. DMOs across the country are implementing programs that specifically address COVID-19 safety. We discuss a few ideas here that you may want to consider modeling in your destination.
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.
Most travel and tourism professionals have a pretty solid grasp of the economic impact of travel and tourism. But average residents, local officials and surprisingly many individuals employed in hospitality-related positions often have no idea how much of an economic and quality-of-life contributor overnight visitors are to their community.
In the final installment of this five-part series, we take a look at the role amenities play in shaping the visitor experience and how your DMO can leverage them to encourage return visits and positive word of mouth.
As your DMO assesses what activities it has to offer its visitors, strategize within the framework of what visitors can expect to experience—not just what they can do—while visiting your city. Read time: 6 minutes
There is so much of our country that remains undiscovered among our fellow Americans that there is literally a world of opportunities within driving distance of most US travelers. And as many of us look to continue observing social distancing precautions as we travel, the resurgence of great American road trips has the potential to be a promising option for travelers and destinations alike.
During a recent conversation with Franci Edgerly about ideas that could help the travel and tourism industry in these unprecedented times, we hatched an idea to offer free licenses to ITI’s Facebook Places website integration tool.