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The 2019 campaign will also be tied in with a $1.275 million cooperative advertising program that allows participating partners, ranging in size from small fairs and festivals to major tourism...
November 2018
Booking.com has revealed its eight travel predictions for 2019, based on research from 21,500 travelers across 29 countries.
October 2018
Bangkok is renowned for street food and shopping delights as well as notorious nightlife, but the latest effort to woo tourists aims for the cultural high ground by turning the metropolis into an art...
October 2018
The effort, announced by Lin-Manuel Miranda, includes exchange of marketing assets valued at more than $300,000.
October 2018
Travel brands looking to maximize their search engine optimization strategy should focus on creating interactive content since it ranks higher than all other forms of content for URL ratings, social...
October 2018
The state of Nebraska is taking the spirit of negativity and giving it a self-deprecating Midwestern spin with a new campaign revealed yesterday and set to launch next spring. “Nebraska. Honestly, it...
October 2018
Boom times for the meeting and events sector are disrupting the status quo, putting pressure on planners to do more with less. We are entering a period of unprecedented change for the industry.
October 2018
Smartvel, a specialist in destination content technology, has announced funding of just over $1 million. The company says the funding will help it expand further as well as develop its technology,...
October 2018
Move over Fort Lauderdale. St. Petersburg is on a mission to become Florida’s gay tourism capital.
October 2018
It’s a reality many in the tourism industry know too well: an unforeseen disaster strikes and a destination that’s been doing well suddenly becomes the center of attention in the media.
October 2018

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