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Hi everyone, my name is Averil (founder and guide at Prague Feminist Tours). I'm new to the world of tourism and I need your help. I'm looking for advice, especially from fellow self-employed guides, on what are good practices to find clients. For now, I've mostly managed to find local customers (living in Prague), but not exactly tourists. Except from a good use of social media and network, what is important to do? Leave brochures in key places? Submit your tours on online platforms for a fee? Send out emails? Thanks a lot in advance for your wisdom! 😊
Hi there. I am Caroline (Founder of Map Your City), we are regularly publishing some articles and interviews around destination marketing - since our platform empowers destination marketers. 👉 We would be delighted to hear about some memorable success story or campaign from your experience that highlights the power of effective destination marketing?
I'm working for iDrive4x4 and we are setting up our affiliate program. 💭 Our dream: Big and small travel bloggers from Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Oman and Georgia promote travel by 4x4 with rooftent, sending their readers to idrive4x4.com and earning commission once they book. I'm being overwhelmed by the amount of Affiliate Marketing Software Platforms that present themselves online. Some are really expensive, others more affordable. We need to choose one, but we are not ready to invest 1000s of euros into this. I think there is maximum of 100 euros a month and 500 euros for installation. Which affordable platform can we use that travel bloggers are also comfortable with? Examples of platforms I found are: AffiliateWP: https://affiliatewp.com/ FirstPromoter: https://firstpromoter.com/ Tradedoubler: https://grow.tradedoubler.com/ Leaddyno: https://www.leaddyno.com/pricing Awin: https://www.awin.com/ And many many more... 👉 Would love to hear from travel bloggers what they recom...
I know there are quite a few travel marketers and content creators here, so really interested in your professional opinions on Travelport's 7Wonders campaign. We partnered with Jamie ‘Adventureman’ McDonald to try and break a Guinness world record - to visit the 7 modern wonders of the world in under 7 days. We were mostly focused on creating compelling video content and generating good PR - the main video is here: https://youtu.be/3tfcL-uWQys I think the video is fun. Even though we're a B2B travel tech - we're trying to take a very distinct approach to most corporate-style B2B technology marketing which tends to focus on website, event sponsorship, product features, etc. This looks and feels a lot more like travel marketing to me. [EDIT: Added the correct video link - sorry!]