Does your Instagram strategy position your DMO as the visual ambassador for your location? If the old adage “a picture is worth a thousands words” still holds true, then a platform like Instagram is one of the most valuable marketing tools in your arsenal. It boasts the highest brand engagement rate of all the big social media platforms.
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.
Stand out from your competition by offering an added-value, custom landing or event page for planners.
Want to take your LinkedIn presence to the next level? As a follow up to The Value of LinkedIn for Sales Professionals, you’ll find five advanced tactics to take you beyond the basics of LinkedIn.
Do your stakeholders see the connection between tourism and economic development? Knowing the numbers, and sharing that with your tourism partners will help you share the story of your destination. Tourism is not just about fun leisure activities, it is also about the jobs it provides and the amount of money it saves tax payers.
DMOs should be measuring the return on the investment to show stakeholders that their digital marketing strategy is working. Are you looking at the right metrics to determine the ROI of your digital strategy?
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.
Research is a valuable tool and can be used as a vehicle to further stakeholder collaboration. Collecting opinions, input and information from stakeholders can facilitate product development, help a DMO refine their message and provide important resources to stakeholders, all with the goal of providing visitors authentic experiences.
What do millennials want? In thinking about millennials, one strategy for a destination marketing organization (DMO) to consider is to think about what the target audience cares about, what their habits are and what the destination offers at the intersection of these two generational attributes.
One of the most daunting tasks for a destination marketing organization (DMO) is making the decisions necessary to rebrand the community they represent. Branding often includes a tagline that captures what it is that makes your community different from other places. But before you craft the perfect one, you have to ask whether you need a tagline at all.
Whether they admit it or not, for most destinations, a fair portion of bed tax revenue comes from visitors who are “just driving through.” While it would be ideal to be the final destination for travelers, there is a great opportunity to capitalize on these "drive through" visitors.