Todd Lucier, Tourism Clicks, is Coming to Nova Scotia

March 29, 2008 By Tom Wilson Uncategorized

Tood Lucier, Tourism Clicks

One of Canada’s top e-marketing experts, Todd Lucier, is coming to Nova Scotia to present at this year’s Nova Scotia Masterclass Series in April, hosted by Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council and TIANS. Todd has been on the cutting edge of Internet marketing since 1993 and 2000 with Tourism. His blog, Internet Marketing for Tourism, is well read and one of the most useful tips & tools on the internet today. 

Todd will be presenting a two day workshop on ” The Keys to Internet Marketing Success” April 21-22 in Port Hawkesbury and April 24-25 in Dartmouth. This workshop will provide you with the latest e-marketing and tourism internet marketing trends along with tips and tools on how to effectively market your tourism website, create a better on-line presence on the web and increase your customers. To get a better idea of what is covered in the 2 days visited his Tourism Keys web site and look at what he covers in his Tourism Keys workshops in Ontario.

This is a can’t miss workshop put on by one Canada’s top e-marketing experts that will help prepare you for the upcoming 2008 tourism season and the tools to implement your e-marketing strategy for your tourism business. To register click here to download the register form. There are limited seats for this workshop , register now so you won’t be disappointed.

To see more of Todd’s work visited his blog , his web site – Internet Marketing: Grow Tourism with Tourism Clicks and as well download his Tourism Keys Toolkit developed a year ago. You won’t be disappointed if you attend his workshop.

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