Bill Garrels, Florian Herrmann, Shelli Johnson, Robert Bandhauer and everyone at National Parks Interactive, wish you a happy holidays! We thank you for your partnership, and we look forward to working with you in 2010.
National Parks Interactive's international marketing expert Florian Herrmann explains some of the key differences between international and domestic visitors. He shares why International visitors love the U. S. West.
National Parks Interactive international marketing expert Florian Herrmann, who hails from Germany, offers insights into the regions, both natural destinations and cities, in the United States that most attract international visitors.
According to National Parks Interactive chief strategist Shelli Johnson, 40% of YellowstonePark.com's customers visited "other national parks" last year. Once a traveler discovers one national park, he/she likely will seek out other national parks.
Hotels should get wireless right. It should be free and work flawlessly. Not only will this mean happy customers, but it will enable lots of word of mouth marketing to occur that will benefit its business.
Destination sites should turn to user-generated video from sources like YouTube, Vimeo, and other video sites to help promote travel to their region, says National Parks Interactive chief strategist Shelli Johnson.
National Park Interactive's chief strategist, Shelli Johnson, says a great destination website will effectively serve two audiences, what she calls the "Decideds" and "Undecideds." YellowstonePark.com has twice won the Webby Award for best tourism site.
National Parks Interactive International Marketing Manager Florian Herrmann says international visitors to the Western United States, particularly to national parks like Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Zion and Rocky Mountain, love the experience.