Our Roadmap Package for your digital tourism marketing
Does your digital tourism marketing need some tweaking and focus to be more effective?
We have a roadmap for you.
We’re launching a new service in our Tourism Currents Store. It is something that we are doing right now with two different clients, and we decided to give it a name and offer it to other CVBs, DMOs, and tourism partners.
It is our “Roadmap Package” – a series of personalized sessions with us that do three things for you:
- Help you get focused or re-focused on your overall digital destination marketing strategy, and
- Develop a successful social media content planning calendar, and
- Help your tourism partners with their social media and digital marketing, which makes your job easier.
As the name implies, it is a roadmap for your long-term tourism marketing success, no matter what buzzy new platforms come out, or how Facebook decides to move the goalposts.
If you’re spending a lot of time on social media, but aren’t sure it’s doing anything for your destination, or you simply don’t feel that you’re as focused, efficient, or as effective as you could be with digital marketing, this service is for you.
Total cost is US$3500.00 – we invoice half up front and the other half at conclusion.
We can do the entire package virtually on Zoom. If you want us to work with you and your partners in person – which we are delighted to do! – we’ll need to add in travel costs from Texas and Montana.
Want more details? Here is the Roadmap Package Page in our online Store.
Here is one of our Roadmap Package clients, Jessica McClellan with Visit Mesquite, Texas, about how the strategic planning portion of the Roadmap was particularly helpful to her . . .
Ready to get going with us right now?
Contact us to discuss details and get started, or if you don’t like contact forms, the Admin “at” TourismCurrents “dot” com email address goes to both of us.
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