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How Explore Butte County Grew Organic Traffic with Localhood Stories

With paid advertising becoming more competitive and expensive, destination marketing organizations (DMOs) can turn to organic traffic for a marketing boost. In this video, Ashley Baer, marketing manager and content creator at Explore Butte County, shares how the DMO used visual stories to increase its visibility on Google, enhance its website content, and help local partners engage with visitors.

How Explore Butte County Grew Organic Traffic with Localhood Stories
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Tourism

5 Ways Destinations Can Harness the Power of Localhood Stories

In an age of ever-shrinking attention spans, destination marketing organizations (DMOs) need to rethink their engagement tactics. In this video, Dan Holowack, co-founder and CEO of CrowdRiff, shares how visual stories can uniquely enable destination storytelling and drive meaningful results.

5 Ways Destinations Can Harness the Power of Localhood Stories
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Tourism

3 Ways Visual Storytelling Boosts Your Destination Marketing Strategy

As travel returns, destination marketing organizations are looking for new and innovative ways to connect with potential visitors. In this video, Dan Holowack, co-founder and CEO of CrowdRiff, shares why leveraging visual stories across the web is both a powerful marketing strategy for destinations and a popular channel for travelers seeking unique experiences.

3 Ways Visual Storytelling Boosts Your Destination Marketing Strategy
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Skift Destinations & Sustainability Summit Video: How Visual Stories Can Fuel Recovery and Beyond

In this video, CrowdRiff CEO Dan Holowack sits down with Skift President Carolyn Kremins to discuss how user-generated visual stories created by locals, visitors, and partners can be used for destination storytelling to drive recovery as travel returns.

Skift Destinations & Sustainability Summit Video: How Visual Stories Can Fuel Recovery and Beyond
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Tourism

5 Ways Visit California Is Rethinking Destination Marketing With Visual Stories

For DMOs, first-person, locally told stories will be critical throughout recovery and beyond. Visit California is using visual stories to build trust and confidence among locals and visitors, foster stronger relationships with partners and stakeholders, and amplify local voices.

5 Ways Visit California Is Rethinking Destination Marketing With Visual Stories
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Tourism

Executive Q&A: CrowdRiff CEO on How Collaboration and Visual Storytelling Is Fueling Destination Recovery

The pandemic showed destination marketing organizations the importance of user-generated content — specifically visual stories — to engage audiences in a changing world. Here, we look at how destinations can take advantage of this powerful new method of storytelling.

Executive Q&A: CrowdRiff CEO on How Collaboration and Visual Storytelling Is Fueling Destination Recovery
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SkiftX

Keynote Address: Vital Steps to Building a Local-First Tourism Economy

A new era of travel is dawning. After mass tourism all but ended during Covid-19, and with the road to recovery ahead, what comes next? Moving into 2021, tourism needs to be about more than just the visitor; it needs to be a harmonious ecosystem that benefits locals and visitors alike.

Keynote Address: Vital Steps to Building a Local-First Tourism Economy
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SkiftX

Skift Global Forum Video: How Supporting Local Stakeholders Can Propel Destination Recovery

In this video conversation from Skift Global Forum, we hear from Dan Holowack, Co-Founder and CEO of CrowdRiff, about how destination marketing organizations can be more agile in constructing relevant, real-time campaigns that benefit local communities.

Skift Global Forum Video: How Supporting Local Stakeholders Can Propel Destination Recovery
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Executive Q&A: How Supporting Local Stakeholders Can Drive Destination Recovery

With the Covid-19 tourism crisis upending traditional marketing strategies, destinations are placing local residents and businesses at the heart of their recovery plans. Instead of reaching out to visitors traveling from other regions, destination marketing organizations are finding creative ways to encourage locals to explore their own communities.

Executive Q&A: How Supporting Local Stakeholders Can Drive Destination Recovery
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Tourism

New eBook: How Tourism Brands Are Using Their Websites to Capture Traveler Attention

Yes, websites still serve as a critical bridge between travel and tourism brands and their targeted customers. Because of the increasingly crowded landscape, it’s essential to engage with them within the first few seconds of a visit or risk losing them to competitors.

New eBook: How Tourism Brands Are Using Their Websites to Capture Traveler Attention