Marketing

Under, around and in between: Hidden gems in tourism

Under, around and in between: Hidden gems in tourism

The tourism industry is keen on coining new words to capture the traveling public’s attention. EcoTourism, AgriTourism, VolunTourism, to name a few. The simple purpose – to focus attention on a particular area of interest. Appeal to the cause and the effect is your next vacation destination. There’s a relatively new and totally opposite newly…

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How to Combat Overtourism Through Marketing & PR

How to Combat Overtourism Through Marketing & PR

In recent years, an influx of people have been traveling to impressive destinations. While this is exciting to hear (especially for destination marketers), that surge of travel has come with a downside – overtourism. Overtourism is when there are too many visitors in a particular destination. The impact, as explained by the World Tourism Organization,…

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Museums’ Approach to Tourism

Museums' Approach to Tourism

Each of these museums has found a remarkable and stand-out way to promote inclusivity, attract diverse new audiences, and further integrate their work with other tourism and cultural efforts of their communities.

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How to Market Experiential Travel

… small town and experiential travel is what’s big. With the growing concerns and reports on overtourism, travel writers are responding by helping their readers navigate this overwhelming issue by focusing a lens on second and third tier cities.

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How to Create Raving Fans

In today’s world, it can seem like everything in marketing and sales has changed. But the one thing that hasn’t changed is the value of raving fans.

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The Evolution of Snapchat Advertising

The Evolution of Snapchat Advertising

I’ll be the first to admit it- I’m a little obsessed with Snapchat. I’ve stuck with the app through all the updates: when the “best friends” feature was taken away, when “best friends” came back (but privately), when emojis were introduced, and when the interactive lenses (or filters) were rolled out. I proudly have snap…

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Photos, Food & Formulas: Destination Marketing to Millennials

Photos, Food & Formulas: Destination Marketing to Millennials

In 2017, Break the Ice Media attended the Empire State Tourism Conference in Lake Placid. This information-packed conference was the perfect place to pick up new trends and learnings- and nothing was a hotter topic than marketing to millennials. The Wild Center held a session all about this topic, called “Marketing the Adirondacks to Millennials:…

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Collaborative Marketing in Tourism: Working Together to Lift All Boats

Collaborative Marketing in Tourism Working Together to Lift All Boats

In the travel and tourism industry, we understand how difficult it can be to grab the attention – and reservation – of a visitor. With limited time and a set budget, travelers have the tough decision of choosing where to go. As a destination, you may often feel like you’re competing against other tourist destinations.…

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