As your DMO assesses what activities it has to offer its visitors during their stay, strategize within the framework of what they can expect to experience — not just what they can do while visiting your city. Read time: 6 minutes
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.
Attractions are (obviously) a central part of your destination’s identity, and marketing them appropriately is important for maximizing tourism and travel’s impact on the economy of your place.
In the second installment of this series, we take a look at the role accommodations play in managing visitor expectations and contributing to the local economy of a destination.
Regardless of why visitors have chosen your destination for their next trip, tourism experts agree that there are fundamental expectations your DMO most meet in order for visitors to return with friends or family and to recommend their experience to others.
Whether you’re a seasoned destination marketing professional or new to destination marketing, your job is to ensure your marketing message is on target, visible and produces results. Let an understanding of design hierarchy guide your efforts. Read time: 3 minutes.
At its core, wayfinding is about user experiences. Technology has become so portable. It’s time to consider how destination marketers can bring more usable information to their guests where they are, and when they need it. Here are a few things to consider doing to assist visitors outside of the visitor center.
Generation Z is rapidly growing in importance to DMOs - and for good reason! They are poised to command nearly 40% of consumer spending in just a few short years, and their travel habits are clearly defined by the digital age they were born into. Here's what that means for your DMO.