5 travel trends to blog about right now

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Rocking out with digital marketing – Glacier Symphony shows you how it’s done!

  Do you want to get your community excited about one of your organizations, one of your businesses, one aspect of your community that makes it stand out? We know your answer is . . . YES, OF COURSE I DO, THAT’S MY JOB FOR GOODNESS' SAKE! When we at Tourism Currents...

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TikTok restrictions survey results

Here are the results of our quick survey this month about dealing with TikTok restrictions. We ran a short four-question survey earlier this month about how digital destination marketers are handling the many restrictions that government entities are imposing on brand and business TikTok usage, because of privacy concerns. This is the first time...

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What to do about TikTok?

  Over 1 billion users in more than 150 countries, but are you allowed to talk to them? It is a challenging time for marketers on TikTok. In the U.S., we're seeing a lot of TikTok bans on government-provided work devices and WiFi networks, because of privacy concerns. The app is also forbidden in other...

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How can our expert social media audit help you?

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Tourism 2023 – 7 marketing moves to make now [INFOGRAPHIC]

Want some early tourism 2023 wins? Focus on this To Do list from us, shown as an infographic. We put our heads together to think about what you can do RIGHT NOW to set yourself up for a more successful 2023 as a destination, attraction, hotel, or tourism partner business. No one...

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NATJA – a cost-effective way to connect with travel media

  We recently spent time speaking with an organization that we think could benefit our North American DMO followers (DMOs are Destination Marketing Organizations such as CVBs, Chambers of Commerce, Visitor Bureaus, Tourist Boards, and Main Street organizations). The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) is a very affordable way for...

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3 things boutique hotels/small hotels excel at . . . and your hotel can too

Since Covid, we’ve noticed a renaissance in boutique hotels/small hotels use. To say that hotel stays have changed dramatically over the past few years is an understatement. Between battling Airbnb’s and Covid, hotels have been through the wringer. Of course, all aspects of travel have been affected over the...

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Travel content creators – let’s get real

The best influencer marketing campaigns are a true partnership. Yes, a paid one, but still a partnership. When travel creator Lauren Gay asked DMOs that she'd worked with for some feedback to use during her breakout session at the recent TBEX North America 2022 conference, one comment stood out to her,...

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New LinkedIn features for your tourism marketing

  There is a lot going on with LinkedIn these days. How do your LI personal profile and Page look? It is the world's biggest social network; over 875 million members in more than 200 countries and territories. Your destination, attraction, hotel, or business Page on LinkedIn is your organization's storefront on...

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