Right now, people are visiting your area, and they are shooting video of your best events and attractions. They may upload it to their own account, share it on Facebook, or let it languish on their hard drive. How can you turn that into a big asset?
|Video cameras are getting
smaller all the time!
In the April 8 Tourism Chat, the topic was all things video for tourism. The talk turned to encouraging your visitors to upload their videos.
My own home county, Woods County, Oklahoma, just launched their new site, and I’m proud to see a section for Videos Sent To Us. Go, Woods County!
How are you getting involved in video for tourism?
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