Posts Tagged ‘Tripadvisor’

Tue 07 Jan 2014 Tom Wilson TIANS Comments Off on TIANS 2013 Tourism Summit Highlights / / / / / / / / / /

TIANS 2013 Tourism Summit Highlights

Billed as Canada’s largest Tourism Conference of the year,  the 2013 Tourism Summit, Getting Back to Business, provided an interesting program for delegates with many highlights. There were opportunities for networking, learning and helping the tourism industry prepare for 2014 season. Below...Read more

Mon 09 Dec 2013 Tom Wilson TripAdvisor Comments Off on Improve your Online Reputation & TripAdvisor Performance / / / / /

Improve your Online Reputation & TripAdvisor Performance

One of the best presentations at the 2013 Nova Scotia Tourism Summit, Nov. 24-26  at World Trade & Convention Centre in Halifax was “Improve your Online Reputation and TripAdvisor Performance by Frederic Gonzalo, Gonzo Marketing.  Mr. Gonzalo provided the conference participants with an...Read more

Wed 12 Jan 2011 Tom Wilson Blog / experiences / google analytics / Google Maps / Maps / New Media / Nova Scotia Tourism / NS Tourism / SEO / Social Media / Technology Tools for Tourism Operators / TIANS / travel blogs / twitter / Video / web analytics / youtube 1 comment / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Nova Scotia Social Media Cafe

A beautiful early morning sunrise, and a property with friendly bunny rabbits, provided the perfect setting for NS Tourism Social Media Cafe at White Point Beach Resort.  Twenty three delegates shared their expertise to assist NS Tourism move their social media strategy forward. The top three...Read more

Sat 28 Mar 2009 Tom Wilson New Media / Online Revealed Conference / Social Media / Tourism E-Marketing / Tourism Internet Marketing / Web 2.0 1 comment / / / / / / / / /

Social Media gets the Headlines

What an interesting week … I got the opportunity to discuss and work with two groups on Cape Breton Island with social media..  Both are including social media with their online marketing campaign. This is a first for them and I look forward to working with them on their exciting...Read more

Thu 22 Jan 2009 Tom Wilson A Couple of Chicks / Canada e-Connect Conference / Canada e-Tourism Council / Emerging Tourism Markets / Internet Marketing / Marketing Gets Personal / New Media / Online Travel / performance based marketing / Technology Tools for Tourism Operators / TIAC / Tourism E-Marketing / Tourism Internet Marketing / Tourism Technology 1 comment / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Canada e-Connect Starts Today

Canada e-Connect Conference , Canada’s e- Strategy Conference, hosted by TIAC starts its program today in Toronto. One hundred and eighty six people from across Canada from British Columbia to Newfoundland & Labrador as well Yukon have registered including presenters for the second...Read more

Mon 24 Nov 2008 Tom Wilson Ecotourism / Green Travel / Green your Business / Sustainable Tourism Comments Off on Tourism Research #3 – Green your Business – Tookit for Tourism Operators / / / / / / / / / / /

Tourism Research #3 – Green your Business – Tookit for Tourism Operators

One of the tourism trends for 2009 that has been identified is Green Travel by a number of agencies and reports such as Tripadvisor and the Travel Advocate – Going Green.  Travellers want to do their part to protect and preserve the environment. They are looking at green businesses &...Read more

Mon 17 Nov 2008 Tom Wilson Uncategorized 1 comment / / / / /

Tourism Research Part 2 – Global Tourism Trends

This is the second post in a series of articles to help the tourism operator plan for the upcoming 2009 tourism season. Tourism competes in a global market and so it is important to understand the Tourism Trends. This article will look at the tourism trends in 2008 and take a sneak preview of what...Read more

Fri 06 Jun 2008 Tom Wilson Uncategorized 2 comments / / / / / / / /

E-Marketing – Online spending outpaces Traditional marketing

Recently, I read on my CTC Daily Tourism News, an article  – “Online Spending Outpaces Traditional Avenues on June 4th. I started smiling looking at the title and keep on smiling when reading it.  This is not a big surprise to me at all and have been investing less in print...Read more