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What you'd like more visitors to say ---> RT @reidontravel: Laramie is so good I'm staying an extra night. #wyoming
From our archives: does social media actually bring more visitors? Feat. @PureMichigan -
RT @ScotlandHour: Visitor in #Scotland, planning a visit or a local with #travel tips to share? Join us Wed 30th 9-10pm for #scotlandhour
Marketing by @BrandUSA brought add'l 1.1 million visitors to US in 2013, w/US$3.4 billion visitor spend. #DMAI14
A #ttia14 blogging ideas tip from @DaveSerino: look for & answer (via your blog posts) visitor questions in TripAdvisor forums.
RT @skyeao: 5 types of visitors: Explorer, facilitator, pro/hobbyist, experience seekers, rechargers. Who's visiting ur destination? #TTIA14
A2. Keywords: for ex, if your destination has visitors looking at wild birds, you know the term is "birding" not "birdwatching." #awcchat
RT @AshleyTravels: The problem w/getting web advertising is that we devalue it by trying to cover print costs of visitor guides. #svsummit
"You can't develop the visitor experience at the expense of the resource(s) that make a byway special." #Byways14
RT @CygnetUpdates: A2: If you're using Twitter to connect with current visitors be sure someone is monitoring 7 days and later than 5 pm. #TourismChat
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