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How To Bring Back Over 20% Of Visitors And Turn Them Into Leads

February 6th, 2017|Case Study|

Goal: When we first started working with Spevco it was clear that their primary concern was not in generating awareness or visits to their website, but rather converting more of the existing traffic into leads for the sales team to follow up. Solution: With several thousand people already coming to the Spevco website on a [...]

How To Triple Your Web Leads With The Right Design And Planning

February 6th, 2017|Case Study|

Goal: After our initial collaboration and planning with Spevco, we hypothesized that the redesign of the website would result in a 33% growth. View live before and after versions of the website. Solution: Spevco tasked our team with redesigning a site that helped turn more visitors into sales qualified leads. We approached this from 3 angles: [...]

The 3 Cruise Trends That Convinced Me to Go Cruising 

January 24th, 2017|Cruise, Trends|

While I was researching trends in the cruise industry and talking to others in the industry, there were 3 trends that I was glad to see come up over and over again. I may take my first cruise this year because of them! More Authentic/Local Experiences Based on this Skift article, Windstar Cruises is focusing [...]

Why Don’t You Have a Drone Video?

December 1st, 2016|Technology, Travel Marketing|

Drone videos are a great way to show off your property and the surrounding area. Are you planning on creating a drone video for 2017? If not, what is holding you back? They could be used on your site, social media channels and in your emails to guests. Here's a few articles and examples to get [...]

Thinking Big & Bold

November 28th, 2016|Travel Marketing, Trends|

Are you ready to think big and bold? For some the answer may be “no”, for others a resounding “YES” and then some may say “yes but I’m not sure where to start.” This post is for those ready, but not sure where to begin. The idea for this post came while listening to a [...]

Year in Review

November 28th, 2016|Joy Works Marketing, World Travel|

“We often overestimate what we can accomplish in a year and underestimate what we can accomplish in 10.” That was something that Brad Sugars mentioned at The Masterclass I attended last year and has stayed with me. Yet it is still amazing what we can accomplish in a year. Each year I like to send [...]

Outlander Vs. Downton Abbey: Creating Themed Packages for Your Property

November 21st, 2016|Travel Marketing, Trends|

With the end of Downton Abbey and season 3 of Outlander coming (date TBD), we’ve been seeing more businesses take advantage of the popularity of these TV shows. Whether you have a tour company, historical property, or inn, there are so many creative ways you could bring in more of these fans. Here are a [...]

Top 11 Travel Marketing Trends

November 16th, 2016|Travel Marketing, Trends|

Looking to take your travel company’s marketing to the next level? Below are some trends we’ve seen in the travel marketing industry that you can start using today to turn more visitors into guests. 1. Are you using landing pages? If not and you are wondering why you should create landing pages for each of [...]

Danielle’s Weekly Roundup: November 7-11

November 10th, 2016|Weekly Roundup|

This week, I was focussed how we talk about our businesses online - how our clients could approach their unique stories and how I talk about Joy Works. Marketing your newest line of travel accessories or your latest winter-fun package will grab people’s attention, for sure. Continue doing that. Telling your story effectively will help reel [...]

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