Tourism

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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3 Ways to Reach the Canadian Market with Travel PR

Canada and Canadian travelers are on our minds a lot at Break the Ice Media. Through our Canadian Co-op PR program, and previously through Cross Border Showcase and A Welcome Surprise, we’ve been working to make Canadians aware of Upstate New York as an easy travel destination. In 2014, we were first brought on to…

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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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Avoiding Trademark Infringement in Tourism Marketing

A trending topic with many of our clients recently is trademark infringement. And trademarks in general. Not only do you want to avoid trademark infringement in tourism marketing, but also know what to do if you’re working with a trademark brand. Today I’ll share pointers from working on campaigns on both sides of the equation.…

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The Economic Impact of Tourism: A Multiplying Effect

What is the economic impact of tourism? Do you spend money when you’re on vacation? More money than you do in your work-a-day life? You know, that really nice hotel with the great spa, restaurants that serve hardy breakfasts, spa-like fresh lunches and that amazingly creative restaurant you normally wouldn’t indulge in for dinner but…

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Preparing for Crisis Management in Tourism

Tourism is a fun industry. It’s vacations! People are having fun and aside from a few customer service issues, your organization may not have faced a crisis before. But no one is immune to a crisis and creating a plan is a simple investment now to ensure you’re prepared if anything happens. Preparing for crisis…

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Five Social Media Tourism Trends to Watch in 2019

As we start a new year, it can feel challenging to wrap your head around the happenings and trends of the past 12 months, let alone to dive into the next 12. As part of my ongoing obsession with all things social media-related, I took a deep dive into what’s coming up, and what you…

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