Put Your Town on the Map: Increase Tourism

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Velocity Tavel Beam TourismHello, is there anybody out there?

So, you’re part of a small town in the middle of what some might call “no where,” but you know that in reality your town is so much more than that. In fact, you might say that your town is something special, some place not only worth visiting, but a place that should be on everyone’s travel lists. The only problem is, how do you let others know what your town has to offer?

Let’s face it, domestic travel is on the rise and plenty of small towns are cashing in. However, there are many more towns that are truly worth seeing and yet remain off of the tourism radar. Figuring out how to become a top tier destination is something that is on the minds of many in the tourism and travel industry. This is a tricky problem but can almost always be solved with effective marketing and advertising.  

Making the right move.

Knowing your town’s strongest features and the ability to convey those strengths to a target audience is the job of the advertising and marketing agency that you work with. When you are taking pitches from agencies it is important to ask questions and make sure that the agency either: a) knows how to market your specific town based on its unique features; or b) has a track record of quickly learning what makes a town unique and doesn’t get hung up in the research phase of marketing.  

Too often town’s decide to go with agencies that dazzle them with flash but fail to ever learn what makes the town truly worth visiting. This failure results in marketing that lacks a personal touch and ultimately fails to reach its intended audience. To avoid advertising and marketing disasters you should prepare yourself before hearing a pitch by creating a list of questions that include to two above.

Interested in learning more ways to choose a marketing and advertising agency for your town or city? Fill out the form below and we will gladly set up a time to go over your community’s needs.  

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