In this brief video Chris Cavanaugh, DMO consultant, makes some excellent points about the challenges of requesting spec creative in the agency evaluation process.
Category: DMO Challenges
At Stamp, we believe places are some of the most interesting things to brand. We find the most powerful and unique brand position for a city or attraction and build awareness.
Attracting motorcoach tours to your destination is a valuable component of your group travel marketing. To effectively manage this effort, you need group travel capability, communication and most importantly, a sound strategy.
Persona-based marketing is a strategic technique that allows you to speak directly to your target audience in an engaging and personal way. Coupling this technique with primary research efforts will ensure that your outbound marketing campaign is as effective and engaging as it can be.
Community involvement is a fundamental component of your destination’s marketing efforts. DMOs can ensure a consistent message by leading collaboration efforts and defining guidelines to maintain brand focus.
Take our brief survey and share some of the challenges your Destination Sales Professionals face. Later, we will share our compiled report as well as insights on how to handle these obstacles.
Effectively marketing and managing a destination means that DMOs are now responsible for fostering positive online perceptions. This is done by directly engaging with visitors using what Stamp Destinations calls the “right pocket/left pocket” technique.
Rebranding your destination can be an involved – and sometimes complicated – process. To help ensure you don’t miss any important steps, we created an evaluation checklist to guide you through the process.
In Wayfinding 102, we offer DMOs a look at how wayfinding tools can turn the journey from one attraction to another into an educational and enjoyable visitor experience.
With meeting planners looking to book events for attendees that are memorable, inspiring and engaging, DMOs have the opportunity to meet their needs by strategically marketing alternative meeting spaces in their cities - consider wedding venues, breweries, downtown rooftops, etc.
By collaborating with your local stakeholders to leverage their events to help generate overnight stays, your efforts will boost economic development for your destination and encourage repeat visits.