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I’ve recently started a new position with a company that runs a tech/VR-style attraction in a tourist town, though its slightly out of the way of the main tourist strip. I have worked in marketing for nearly 4-years, but it’s primarily been in more corporate, ‘boring’ businesses, not in attractions or entertainment.
At first there was plenty to do – their previous ‘social media expert’ hadn’t properly set up any ad-words campaigns, hadn’t monitored any analytics, wasn’t using FB promotions and ads efficiently – it was a bit of a dog’s breakfast.
I’ve fixed all of that up, and the business is seeing steady, modest improvement. The attraction has an awful website and the CEO of the company is very resistant to change or criticism (he designed the website, so it’s obviously great and doesn’t need changing), but he keeps pressuring me to come up with ‘great ideas’ to get more people into the attraction.
One big issue I’m having is that the type of content that is produced for the attraction doesn’t have much replayability. Once you’ve come in and experienced it once, there’s very little incentive to come back.
Our metrics show that 92% of our visitors are locals. This is in a town with a local population of 650,000, and an annual tourist population of 2.3 million. We advertise in tourism stands, we have brochures in all the major hotels, we advertise at the airport, on the local radio station. Our ads are in multiple languages.
Our CEO has mentioned that our main focus is to end up in the content box that appears in Google search results when searching for ‘Things to do in X town’, because he claims that no-one knows about us, but ALL of our tracking shows that plenty of people know about us. In fact, a general poll of customers shows that most people learn about us just by googling things to do in the local area.
I know this has turned into a bit of a rant, but I’m wracking my brain looking for ideas as to how I can try and get more people to learn about us. I’m not really worried for my job (not yet, anyway), but I was hired largely on my experience, but the industries are so different, and I’m not sure if I’m struggling because I just can’t adapt to this industry, or because I’m being held back by external factors (location, no replayability in content, inflexible CEO, etc).
I would be eternally grateful for anyone who might be able to offer some advice and/or comments. If you’d like to know more about my situation, please do not hesitate to ask.
Scotty Sire confronts hookup culture in the official music video for his new single American Love, featuring Elijah Blake and Myles Parrish.
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Video Directed by Danny Erb:
Produced by: Willy Beaman
Recorded/Mixed by: Kevin Celik
American Love is a story of shallow love affairs — the idea that both men and women go to clubs, bars, and parties looking for nothing more than a hookup. Sometimes it can end up feeling like real love to you, but the other person was looking at you as just a hookup. It goes both ways!
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