Last year, Tourism Kelowna announced a partnership with Destination Travel Network (DTN). Through DTN, you can greatly enhance your visibility to potential customers who are searching Tourism Kelowna’s website for places to stay, for things to see and do, and for spots to savour local flavours.
All businesses who participate in Tourism Kelowna's Necessities Advertising Package (NAP) advertising program receive a web listing on tourismkelowna.com. This post will provide tips to help you elevate your web listing, thereby keeping it fresh and drawing in visitors to learn more about your business.
Tourism Kelowna's Extranet is a handy tool that gives you the ability to update your account information, make changes to your listing, and see how many visitors have viewed your listing. This blog post will review how to update each element of your web listing so you can ensure visitors are accessing the most current information available about your business.
Tourism Kelowna, together with the Vernon, Summerland, and Oliver tourism associations, is participating in a Destination BC-funded co-op marketing campaign, created by partnering with Seekers Media and Miss604.
If you haven't Googled your business, do so now. Most, if not all, businesses have a Google listing. This listing usually provides a link to the business' website, their contact information (including address, phone number, and hours of operation), directions to their physical location, and reviews.