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Tourism is poised for a massive surge which will be much more significant than in other sectors. Start thinking now about what your social media marketing should be doing in order to capitalise on the big return.
Comms: Many clients see comms as a luxury nice-to-have once the other marketing things have happened. But by not assigning centralised control of comms to someone, you risk depowering all other attempts at being heard. That makes no sense. We pose 11 questions to help you rethink.
Marketing tactics: Telling a story about your clients, or better still, having them tell it, brings what you do to life in a way that your next customer can hopefully relate to. Plus, find out how a picture of sausage rolls made it into the header.
Strategy: It's now or never when it comes to getting your digital marketing in shape. A lot has changed, and your digital marketing needs to reflect that, and fast. Richard hounds us way more than usual.
There's an overwhelming argument for creating your own content regularly, so if you're still teetering on the edge, it's time to jump in. If you simply don't have the in-house resources, don't not do it. Create a strategy for it to happen, and pull in an external agency.