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Category: Tourism Best Practices



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Category: Tourism Best Practices

Get No-Shows Under Control With These Pre-Tour Emails

Tired of dealing with no-shows? Rezgo makes it easy to take one of the biggest steps in keeping your customers’ attention: sending reminder emails before their booked tour or activity. If you’re going to schedule automated notification emails and SMSes in the hours, days and weeks leading up to an event, one big question remains: […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

Raise Your Tour Marketing to New Heights With Drone Footage

When investing in footage for tourism marketing, you want shots that wow. Today, some of the most beautiful footage in the world comes from drones. They can get places even helicopters can’t, bringing spectacular birds-eye views, impossible trips into caves and wilderness – even underwater exploration. Just look at this gorgeous footage of Papua New […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

How To Protect Your Tour Company from Chargebacks

Is your tour and activities company struggling with chargebacks? If so, you’re not alone. Everyone who does business online deals with chargebacks from time to time, and customers are becoming increasingly bold about seeking chargebacks for fraudulent reasons. When a customer goes to their bank or credit card provider for a chargeback rather than seeking […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

5 Simple Ways to Build Trust Online

Online bookings are increasingly the main way customers connect with tour and activity providers, but booking online does require trust. Here’s how you can build trust into every part of your company’s online presence. 1. Request online reviews A whopping 84 percent of people trust online reviews as much as recommendations from their friends. The single […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

Trust: The Most Important Resource a Tour Provider Can Cultivate

Booking can be a real exercise in trust for new customers. They’re handing over hard-earned money for a promise that you’ll give them a good experience — an experience that might not happen for months. From that perspective, it can seem like a lot to ask. With that in mind, trust is one of the […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

How to Prevent a Social Media Crisis

Most days, social media is a great place to connect with customers past, present and future. When something goes wrong, though, your friendly community can quickly turn into a hotbed of accusations, rumor-mongering and harassment. But an issue flaring up on social media doesn’t have to become a crisis. With these common-sense steps, you can […]
Written By | Nissa Campbell

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