Are you having trouble creating new content for your social media? Thinking of content for your social media can be incredibly difficult, especially if you're doing it by yourself. It takes a great sense of creativity and effort to continuously pump out new content that won't seem repetitive or make your followers bored. Even as a tourist destination owner, there's only so much that you can think of.
Many businesses have been struggling to keep up with the constantly changing algorithm of Facebook and many small businesses and entrepreneurs are struggling with the idea of even having a Facebook in the first place. If you have a Facebook for your business or know someone that has a Facebook, then you know how true this is! It's difficult to manage, has a lot of upkeep involved, and can ultimately backfire if the business posts an unintentionally controversial post. In fact, if you aren't constantly posting and interacting with your Facebook as an attraction owner, then you might as well not have one. So, as someone who focuses on tourist and attraction business, you have to ask yourself, "should I use Facebook for my Attraction?"
How Does Your Reputation Work?
Working with as many different bar, restaurants, nightclubs, and attractions as we have over the last 5 years, it's become abundantly clear that most businesses don't realize how important their online reputation is to their long term success.
Local SEO is a huge component of traffic for your business in 2018. Understanding how to utilize Google for your business best can make a huge difference.
The objective of creating a marketing campaign is to maximize your reach to the greatest number of customers for your product. A successful marketing campaign doesn't happen by accident. It needs to be strategic, well thought out, and include several key components.
Remember when we all thought that social media sites, like MySpace, were a flash in the pan? These days, you'd be hard-pressed to find any article or video online that doesn't include the requisite social share buttons. The ubiquity of social media is borne out by the sites' earnings, as well -- in Q3 of 2017, Facebook reported its highest revenue ever.
What could be more beneficial to a young local business than a service that broadcasts your attraction to a local market for free?