nSight Hosts Complimentary Webinar Series for Destination Marketing Organizations
January 15th, 22nd and 29th Sessions Focus on Using Travel Intelligence to Increase Visitation
NASHVILLE, TN – January 8, 2014 – nSight, the largest aggregator of global travel search and booking data, will present a series of three webinars on January 15, 22 and 29, designed to help Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) increase domestic and international visitation. Insights will be delivered by business intelligence industry expert, Jami Timmons, president and chief product officer at nSight.
The DMO Webinar Series will discuss how travel search and booking data combined with traveler persona insights can be used to support real-time strategy and visitor growth decisions across various activities including marketing, planning and research.
Each webinar offers two sessions to accommodate different time zones. Attendees will be prompted to choose which session they want to attend during the registration process.
January 15, 2014
For Seasonal Destinations: Aligning Digital Marketing with Search and Consumer Insight
Learn why it’s important to let your target traveler profile drive key aspects of your marketing.
- Understand how to identify top converting consumer profiles
- Tools for finding opportunity in off-season
- Best practices for benchmarking competitive destinations
January 22, 2014
For Drive Markets: Revealing New Market Opportunities in Real Time
Identify and nurture the drive traveler across markets, so you can grow valuable repeat revenue for local businesses.
- How to know if you’re converting drive market travelers
- Know what markets have the highest conversion potential
- Who to target to boost travel in low demand periods
January 29, 2014
For All DMOs and Tourism Boards: Five Steps to Increasing International Visitors in 2014
Understand how benchmarking consumer intent search behavior can help you achieve regional and local visitation goals.
- Insights that will help the CMO sharpen 2014 international marketing strategy
- Forecast campaign impact based on “search to book” window
- Target travelers that shop you but book your competitor