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Mike Linehan

Raise a Glass to an Incredible Spirit!

By: Bridgette Berry  |  Posted On:

On Friday, March 17, NYSTIA invites colleagues, friends and family to raise a glass and make a toast to an incredible spirit - Michael Linehan!  read more →

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When your Hotel Website Isn’t Working

By: Rebecca Loomis, Content Writer & Social Media Strategist, BBG&G Advertising  |  Posted On:

Is your hotel website hurting your business instead of helping?  read more →

Phocuswright

Year in Review and the Year Ahead: Phocuswright’s Summary of 10 Critical Trends (and Non-Trends) for Destinations and Tourism Marketers

By: Chris Adams, Director of Research and Online Marketing, Miles Partnership  |  Posted On:

On December 7, 2016, Phocuswright VP of Research Douglas Quinby joined our webinar series for impactful analysis of 10 major trends, challenges and opportunities for tourism marketers.  read more →

Six Tools to Help Better Understand your Business

Six Tools to Help Better Understand your Business: research tools available to help you understand your business’s online presence

By: Monica Sandler, Marketing Research and Data Manager, NJ Advance Media  |  Posted On:

Whether you’ve just started your business or have been in business for quite some time, building your online presence is crucial, but can be time consuming and, at times, frustrating. Bill Cooke, NJ Advance Media’s Search/SEO Sales Director provides you with six tools to get started.  read more →

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How to Pitch TV

By: Linda Kundell, President, Kundell Communications  |  Posted On:

Before you pitch TV news or a talk show, ask yourself whether it's really news or a commercial.  read more →

Marketers Take Note: Millennials Crave Craft Beer

By: Jaime Hennigan, Junior Account Executive & Social Media Strategist, BBG&G Advertising  |  Posted On:

Marketers Take Note: Millennials Crave Craft Beer When you envision craft beer, you don’t immediately think of Millennials. After all, this demographic, which consists of people born between the early 1980s and early 2000s, are known to be a bit frugal and tend to go for the convenience and price of store-bought options.  read more →