Route 97 Tourism marketing Program - UPDATED August 2016
In partnership with Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, NCWEDD is pleased to provide an update on the Route 97 Touring Program.
The re-development of route97.net was the first initiative in the digital strategy for Route 97. We recently re-launched the site and added a BLOG with the new digital team at TOTA who will be working over the coming year on creating awareness and driving traffic to the site. The printed map guide was released in time for the May long weekend and poster size maps distributed to Visitor Centres in the region. The social media hub is powered by Hashtagio which allows key messages to be linked from the tiles as well as draw in social media feeds from several sources. The digital strategy includes new content by season and sector, contesting, Google Ad Pay-Per-Click campaign, social media content and digital advertising.
Join us in getting the message out about the touring route and the road trips that make up the uniqueness of the Interior Cascades that encompasses the entire Thompson Okanagan Region and North Central Washington which include more than just the Highway 97 main artery.
As a stakeholder in the Interior Cascades area of Route 97 we invite you to be part of the program by:
- Hyperlinking to Route 97 from the footer of your website: download PNG logo file and link to http://route97.net/
- Share your favorite pages from the website or social media channels
- Post key events from your community, business or organization for FREE at http://route97.net/events/
- Partner in a cooperative advertising opportunity in digital or digital/print combo (see information below)
- Provide feedback on the website – we will be developing new sections over the next year as well
- Share your imagery for use on the website, social media, Blog, etc.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (We’ll follow you back)
- “Mention” us in your posts and share our posts to your followers
- Use #route97 on your social media content
- Retweet/share and like our posts in Twitter and Facebook
- Like and comment on our photos on Instagram
- Facebook: Handle: Route 97 https://www.facebook.com/DiscoverRoute97
- Twitter: Handle: @Discover Route 97 https://twitter.com/DiscoverRoute97
- Instagram: Handle: discoverroute97 https://www.instagram.com/discoverroute97/
Contact Simone at TOTA for more information on the Route 97 initiative and let’s work together to showcase this amazing place!
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