Facebook Management

At Simple Tourism, we know the value from successful Facebook management campaigns. Not only is it almost necessary for every destination and travel company to have a presence on Facebook, but active participation on this site is necessary.

Check out some of our work:

Currituck County
The Currituck County Department of Travel and Tourism Facebook page is an excellent example of what CVBs and DMOs should be doing on Facebook. Each month, fans submit photos from their previous trips to the beach for photo contests. Page administrators provide information for future vistors, as well as upcoming events. With a constantly growing number of fans, this page is a great marketing tool.

Eurobookings.com
We set up this page and watched it continue to grow at a rapid rate. By offering contests and providing unique content, this page has become one of the top referrals to the main Web site, www.eurobookings.com, which provides more than 75,000 hotels in thousands of locations in and around Europe. This Facebook page also uses custom FBML tabs linking fans back to the Eurobookings.com home page.

Sofitel Hotels
We have helped manage the growth and interaction of  fans on nine Sofitel hotel fan pages. Constantly updating statuses and interacting with fans has helped continue conversation among each property’s guests, as well as provide relevant and important information for each hotel’s future guests.

Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts
The administrators of this Facebook page needed solutions on how to grow their numbers. By developing a strategy for including aggressive promotion of this page on other group and fan pages, we have seen results of higher fan numbers and participation.

Does your travel or tourism organization need help managing a Facebook presence? Contact us today for a free consultation on what we can do for you.

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