4 Reasons Travel & Tourism Businesses Need a Blog

One of the most powerful marketing tools in the travel industry, yet surprisingly often overlooked, is the travel/tourism blog. If your business is to draw people to your destination; book villas; or craft itineraries for travelers; you need to be blogging. Today....

5 Compelling Reasons Your Marketing Strategy Should Include Hiring a Copywriter

When hammering out your marketing strategy for your travel or tourism business, you might be forgetting a key component. Hiring a professional copywriter. “I can write blog posts and a few pages of our website!” you might say (with the very best of...

Kings Courtyard Inn: One Night in Charleston is Never Enough

I recently spent an all too brief 24 hours in Charleston, SC. I was there for work, and my schedule (unfortunately) didn’t allow for more time. I happily sequestered myself in the Kings Courtyard Inn. There’s definitely a reason Condé Nast readers recently named it...

Fitness Pro Shares Surprising Ways to Stay Fit While Traveling

As a travel writer and rabid foodie, I know firsthand the challenges of maintaining a healthy lifestyle on the road. Busy schedules of work-related trips and a lazy mentality I often acquire during vacations often railroad my workout mojo. According to Remembrance...

7 Secrets to Traveling on a Dime

Itching to hit the road (or the skies), but worried your bank account won’t make the trip? Traveling on a dime is easy with these 7 tips. You’ll be packing your bags in no time! 1. Visit Caribbean islands in the off-season. From around mid-April to...

10 Travel Clichés Stealing Business From Your Tourism Website

Whether you own a five-star beachfront resort or a small mountain inn, you’re losing business with travel clichés on your tourism website. Snooze-able, bland, and overused phrases don’t incite desire or create a compelling call to action. In the spirit of full...