Selling Your Destination


DigiTourShow Daily #044

Chris Torres

Chris Torres

13 Oct 2017

Remember, when a customer books one of your products, there is a strong possibility they have never visited your destination before, therefore will not know the area.

Create something valuable and create an easy to read and understandable guide of the area. 

Include lots of ideas for things to do and places to see, as well as any other information you feel is important to know about your area. And if you can provide secret and local advice, even better.

Do deals with local businesses to help share customers.

Give this guide away for free to everyone who books or signs up to your newsletter. They will thank you for it.

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Chris Torres

Chris Torres

In years gone by word of mouth was one of the best ways to get new leads and customers.
Chris Torres

Chris Torres

We had two great speakers and a room full of tourism professionals, business owners, marketers, and travel bloggers.
Chris Torres

Chris Torres

When 2014 drew to a close, it was reported by The Wall Street Journal that 35% of Proctor and Gamble’s total marketing budget for 2015 would be spent on digital marketing.

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