Why Your Tourism Website Needs to Be Mobile Responsive

Why Your Tourism Website Needs to Be Mobile Responsive

Did you know that mobile devices make up two-thirds of all web usage? With the rapid advancement of smartphone technology, surfing the web on your cell is becoming more and more commonplace than doing so on a desktop. But what does that mean for you and your tourism business? It means that in order to amplify your visibility and to start reaching your clients on the devices they use, it’s imperative your company start shifting more focus onto the quality of your customers’ mobile experience.

For business owners, the goal is to always create an excellent user experience. A first-rate online user experience often leads to lower bounce rates and stronger customer loyalty, while a negative experience can easily turn off otherwise interested customers. Components such as slow loading speed, difficulty navigating or finding information, and unresponsiveness are all factors that are oftentimes neglected when thinking about a site’s mobile experience. Could you unknowingly be turning away potential clients simply because of how your mobile site is built?

Here are 8 reasons why you should invest in making your tourism website more mobile friendly:

1) Google likes mobile friendly content.

As the most popular search engine in the world, Google knows that most people use their smartphones and other mobile devices to look up their day-to-day information, and will prioritize its search results to match the needs of the user. Optimizing your tourism website and formatting your content to be more mobile friendly will improve your SEO, and in turn, may cause your website to rank higher – expanding your visibility and widening your potential audience.

2) A well-built mobile website helps to build trust.

Approximately 57% of online users won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile website. Making your tourism website more mobile friendly will help to increase your brand’s credibility with new customers and to further legitimize your brand.

3) It makes it easier than ever for potential customers to contact you.

There are many studies that prove convenience impacts consumer behavior. Today, consumers’ lives are busier than ever. Due to this, 83% of participants in a recent study decided convenience was more important now than it was five years ago when considering which companies to give their business to.

People tend to pursue the option that will save them time and effort, meaning the more convenient it is for customers to contact you, the more likely they are to do it. Why miss out on this simple way to improve your lead generation?

4) It will give you a competitive edge.

It’s easy to put off making your website more mobile friendly, but consider this –
chances are your top competitors have already made their website mobile friendly. And as we just discussed, new customers have a tendency to choose the more convenient option. If it’s easier to book a rental, contact a representative, or find more information on your competitor’s mobile site than it is on your own, you may lose out on that client even if you provide the better service. Don’t give your competitors the advantage – make the wise choice and give your business an equal chance.

5) It may help increase your sales.

With each passing year, more and more consumers are relying on their smartphones to perform everyday tasks, such as communicating, socializing, and, of course, shopping. Did you know about 79% of smartphone users have made a purchase online using their mobile device in the last 6 months? You may be missing out on dozens of potential clients everyday solely because it’s difficult to operate your site on the device they’re using.

6) Mobile friendly websites tend to garner more page views per visit and lower bounce rates.

Like with anything else related to your business, an easy and responsive user experience is the ultimate key to a higher conversion rate. If most users are looking you up on their smartphones, it’s a no-brainer to optimize your site to be as accessible as possible for them. Mobile websites that load fast, are easy to navigate, and are legible without needing to zoom in are huge deciding factors in getting a visitor to stay longer on your site and to explore more of its pages.

7) A better mobile experience contributes to customer retention.

It goes without saying that if a customer is satisfied, the higher the chances are they may return or recommend you to others. However, this works both ways – if a customer is unhappy with their experience, it becomes equally likely they’ll never work with you again and may even warn others from working with you too.

Studies show that about 62% of online consumers are unlikely to work with a company again in the future if they had a negative mobile experience. Don’t lose the chance to gain a repeat client, as it’s well known that loyal customers tend to bring in more revenue over the long run than new customers.

8) Mobile devices are typically used to research a service before purchasing.

Did you know that before purchasing from a company, approximately 69% of users (ages 18-39) will research a product or service from their mobile device? This is usually done to compare prices, to contact the company for more information, or to learn more information about a service.

While studies show that most people will complete their purchase on their desktop, they will usually do a mobile search first to help make up their mind – but if your website isn’t mobile friendly, you may lose the opportunity to win them over. How many times have you exited out of a website because it was unresponsive or difficult to use? Don’t miss out on the hundreds of potential customers who visit your website on their mobile device simply because you didn’t invest in a better mobile experience.

What We Can Do to Help

Our professional team of web developers know exactly what your tourism business needs so your customers have a successful mobile experience every time. Here at AAMP Agency, we offer two incredible web building options – both including an optimized, mobile friendly version of your site.

Our AAMPsite Template Website is available for only $750 down, with a $199/mo managed service subscription. Or for more complex sites, our AAMPsite+ Custom Website is available for $2500 down, with a $299/mo managed service subscription – an incredible deal with a great value. We provide everything your tourism business needs to create a strong online presence – from conversion focused designs to on-page search engine optimization. Whether you need 5 pages or 500, we have the skill and experience to create a site you can be proud of that will work great on both desktop and mobile. Start reaching thousands of potential customers on the devices they’re already using – schedule a call with us, and start optimizing your tourism website for mobile today!

Receive a $5000 Tax Credit by Improving Your Tourism Website’s Accessibility

Receive a $5000 Tax Credit by Improving Your Tourism Website’s Accessibility

Why You Should Make Your Tourism Website More Accessible

Did you know that approximately 15% of the world’s population lives with either a visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, or neurological disability? Many websites, possibly even your own, aren’t built with people with disabilities in mind and are oftentimes difficult for these groups to navigate. "When a website is designed and developed with accessibility in mind, it allows all individuals the power to access the site," says Mark Shapiro, President of the Bureau of Internet Accessibility.

So what does this mean for you as a business owner? It means there’s an estimated 1 billion people in the world that your tourism business is potentially missing out on simply because of how your site is built.

What You Can Do to Improve Your Tourism Website’s Accessibility

There are many ways to improve the accessibility of your site, including alt text, heading tags, consistent information structuring, captions, and more, but are you missing anything? Here are a few simple, yet oftentimes overlooked ways to make your website more inclusive:

  • Utilize keyboard shortcuts as much as possible for motor-impaired users.
  • Avoid Flash, and adopt HTTPS.
  • Test your design with screen readers to ensure that your content is easy to navigate when read aloud.
  • Select text colors that are more legible for colorbind or visually impaired users.
  • Avoid strobing/flashing images, as these can trigger seizures in some people.

These are quick fixes you can start implementing into your site any time, but if web building is new to you, reach out to a trusted tourism website development team for help. Our skilled and knowledgeable team here at AAMP Agency can build you a website that’s not only compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but can also passively perform a variety of tasks for your tourism business – including capturing leads, communicating your company’s values, relaying important updates and announcements, and ultimately widening your exposure.

Accessibility and Tax Credits

Better yet, ADA compliant websites are eligible to receive an added perk not many businesses know about. The Bureau of Internet Accessibility states that small businesses may be eligible for up to $5,000 in tax credits simply by increasing the accessibility of their websites as well as making other minor accommodations to persons with disabilities.

According to the IRS, this credit can be subtracted from a business' tax liability. Guidelines for the tax credit assert that all efforts to improve website accessibility are eligible for a 50 percent credit for any expenditures over $250, not to exceed $10,250, for a maximum benefit of $5,000.

You can download the IRS form here.

Next Steps to Take

Reach out to us to learn more about your options, and let us help you build a more accessible website today. Here at AAMP Agency, we offer two incredible website building options. Our AAMPsite Template Website is available for only $750 down, with a $199/mo managed service subscription. Or for more complex sites, our AAMPsite+ Custom Website is available for $2500 down, with a $299/mo managed service subscription – an incredible deal with a great value. We provide everything you’ll need online for your tourism business – from high speed hosting and daily backups to plugin/database updates and malware threat detection. If there’s a vision you have in mind, we can bring it to life.

Don’t miss out on creating a new and improved website that not only works for your current audience, but for everyone – and receive a tax credit for your purchase at the same time. Schedule a call with us, and learn more about improving your site’s accessibility and reaching thousands of new clients today!

9 Must-Haves For Tour Operator Websites

9 Must-Haves For Tour Operator Websites

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Have a website but it’s not ranking well on search engines or leading to online conversions? Don’t have a website at all and you’re still using expensive mailers and billboards to promote your tour? Stop messing around, because now is the time to assess your digital presence and fix what is broken. In the digital age, consumers are looking for a trustworthy website before completing a purchase. What does your website say about your tourism business? Here are the top 9 Must-Haves For Tour Operator Websites!

1) Clear & Fixed Navigation

One of the most important things you can do for your tourism website is having clear navigation! Make sure that your navigation makes sense, not just to you but your team and anyone with an outside perspective. Before launching your website, ensure that everything in your navigation leads to the appropriate page or content. If a website visitors takes a look at your page and wants to explore further, how can you expect them to if your navigation is confusing or not set up correctly? Chances are, they’ll leave your site and head straight to your competitor.

Another feature that your site should include is a sticky menu! A sticky menu, AKA fixed navigation, is when your navigation bar is locked into place so that it does not disappear when the user scrolls down the page. By having fixed navigation, your website visitors will be able to quickly navigate through your website and find what they want.

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2) Easy Booking

Booking with your tourism business needs to be simple! If a visitor wanted to book with your business, but you require them to fill out a contact form and wait to be emailed by you, you are making a HUGE mistake. Booking online should be as easy a 1, 2, 3. One way to accomplish this is by integrating an optimized booking flow with partners such as FareHarbor, XOLA, or PeekPro. While we’re on the topic of easy booking, ensure that your website has prominent booking buttons with an engaging call to action (CTA)! Include “Book Now” buttons on your homepage, and wherever you have a tour or offer.

3) Facebook Pixel & Google Analytics

A Facebook Pixel is a short snippet of code integrated into your website. It collects data that helps you track conversions from Facebook Ads, optimize ads, build targeted audiences, and remarket your tours to website visitors.
Google Analytics is a powerful tool that provides information about your website and visitors. More than 56 percent of all websites using Google Analytics, it’s also one of the most popular tools out there for digital marketers — and for good reason. The tool gives you access to tons of information regarding your site’s visitors such as the amount of overall traffic your site gets, where your leads came from, demographic information, and so much more.

By having both, a Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics, integrated into your website, your tourism business will be able to run highly-effective advertisements that will lead to a higher conversion rate!

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4) Mobile Responsive Design

Another feature that is an absolute must-have is a mobile responsive design! This is where your site has the capability to shrink or expand to the size of whatever screen it is being viewed on. Not only will this increase your conversions, but search engines appreciate this function and will give your tourism website a better ranking.

5) WOW Factor

You’re in the tourism business – everything about it is a WOW factor! What about your tour or tourism business sets you apart from your competition? What is the most captivating and interesting part of your business? Ensure that your website reflects that by adding photos, videos, and eye-catching designs to captivate your website viewers.

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6) Testimonials

Featuring testimonials on your website helps build brand authenticity with your audience. It helps website viewers get an understanding of what your business is about, how well you treat your customers, and what they will experience if they book with you!

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7) Live chat support

We live in an age of instant gratification and access to information at our fingertips! By including live chat support or a chatbot, any customer with a question can quickly get their answers, and they will be more likely to book with your business.

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8) Social media integration

Adding your Instagram feed is an easy way to keep your site fresh and to avoid becoming static. By adding an Instagram integration, visitors will be able to see new pictures every time they visit (unless you’re not actively posting). By doing so, you will develop better social proof, increase your brand awareness, and potentially gain more followers.

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9) Email Capture

If you do not have a section to capture emails, you are missing out on another marketing avenue. Whether you have an email pop-up with an offer, or a simple form at the bottom of your site pages, growing and utilizing your email lists will help with customer engagement, brand awareness, and customer retention. When starting your e-mail marketing campaign, avoid these top 10 mistakes!

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Our Shameless Plug

When either refreshing your current site or building a new site, there are many factors and “Must Haves” to consider. Using our top 9 must-haves will ensure that your business has a website that is eye-catching, functional, and gets your tourism business more bookings.

At AAMP Agency, tourism website development and design is our specialty! We understand the tourism business because we’re in it with you. We know just what it takes to make highly-effective websites and digital marketing campaigns for businesses in the tourism industry, and just so you know we’re not lying to you – all of the websites featured on this blog were made by yours truly! So whether you have questions about making a website, or simply want to hand the dirty work to someone else, the experts at AAMP Agency are here to help. Start growing your business, contact us today!

iWerx Connect Has Been Acquired by AAMP Agency

iWerx Connect Has Been Acquired by AAMP Agency

Same Team, Same Mission, Just AAMPed Up

If you haven't heard the news just yet, we're excited to announce that iWerx Connect has been acquired by AAMP Agency, the Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros! Don't worry! We're still the same team with the same knowledge & passion for great design, engaging content, and awesome digital marketing. We are making this wonderful transition to better provide our marketing services to the tourism & destination industry. The team at AAMP Agency couldn't be more excited about this acquisition, and we are eternally grateful for the work we have accomplished during our time at iWerx Connect.

iWerx Connect had a humble beginning in Minot, North Dakota. In the year 2008, Steven Edwards and his business partner had combined their expertise to start a simple company providing indoor advertising for local businesses. Eventually, as Minot grew, iWerx Connect had grown with it too and began offering services such as website development, SEO, Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and Social WiFi. While iWerx Connect had a promising future in Minot, the company owners have a passion for the tourism industry they couldn't ignore. By July 2017, iWerx Connect had relocated to Las Vegas, NV and was kicking up a digital marketing storm in the tourism and destination marketing business. By 2019, iWerx Connect had successfully partnered with a vast number of tour operators, destinations, restaurants, and more all the way from the Bahamas to the San Diego Bay. Our continuous growth and mission to provide the best digital marketing to the tourism industry caught the eye of AAMP Agency, and at the beginning of 2020, iWerx Connect had been acquired.

Now, freshly acquired, what is AAMP Agency? AAMP stands for the Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros, and that is just what we were and will remain to be. Like any business that has been acquired and in a new partnership, our team is growing, our services will continue to expand, and our reach is as big as ever. For the team at AAMP Agency, it's full speed ahead. Our focus has remained the same, provide undeniably awesome digital marketing to the tourism industry, however, we've just got more power and resources available now. So what does that mean for you? Well, nothing bad at all and everything good. We've got more resources, and we use those to help grow your business even further. We've got an expanding team, which means more ideas and more people to handle your digital marketing needs. While we may have a new name, new look, and even a few new team members, we've still got the same passion that we had when iWerx Connect was first established. So… meet the team!

Steve Edwards | CEO

Steve founded iWerx Connect in 2008 and grew his marketing agency from the ground up. When he's not focused on running a highly-successful marketing business, you can catch him cycling, trying the latest foodie trend, or on a beach in Hawaii. Steve has a passion for tacos, reggae music, and all things tourism-related!

Jaden Cymbaluk | Director of Business Development

Jaden is the Director of Business Development and leads in client acquisitions & partnerships by day. By night, he becomes D-Jaden and is rocking nightlife, dance floors, weddings, and corporate events everywhere. He enjoys traveling & sports, he's the hostess with the mostest, and being a family man is what he does best. His passion is working with all of our clients in growing their businesses!

Ward Woods | Creative Director

No marketing agency is complete without a creative director steering the ship. Ward is here to oversee every aspect of a project, whether it's a new website or a marketing campaign. When he's not at AAMP Agency, he's spending his time with his loved one, Jacquelyn, and their two dogs, Odus & Brother. He also makes time to create artwork, travel, make videos, take photographs, and participate in recreational activities such as surfing & snowboarding!

Jana Byrn | Copywriter & Social Media Coordinator

Jana is here to provide all clients with written copy that sells and builds their brand. Not only that, but at AAMP Agency, she manages social accounts, creates marketing campaigns, and works her SEO magic on websites. In her free time, you can find her photographing food & people, hanging out with her two dogs, or picking up whatever hobby suits her interest at the moment.

Alyx Thomas | Social Media Coordinator

Alyx is a true social media extraordinaire! She manages social accounts, creates effective ads, and brings awesome ideas to the table! When she's not at AAMP, shes cooking, spending time with her kittens, exploring places with her friends, or enjoying live music at a concert or festival!

Meghan Meredith | Project Manager

Meghan is the organized person in the office that has the difficult task of reigning in a creative team. When the rest of us are feeling creative, she puts us on track and set us and our clients up for success. When you're a client of AAMP Agency, there is no doubt that you'll be communicating with her! When she's not working, you can find her hiking, spending time with friends, or playing with her pet ferrets.

Theeraphat Tickahorn | Website Developer

Theeraphat (Also known as T) is a recent addition to AAMP Agency! Born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, but now living in Las Vegas, T became interested in website design after discovering W3C web standards in 2007. He had earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Web Design & New Media at the Academy of Art University of San Francisco. He is extremely passionate about web development and design in all its forms, and he enjoys writing code & researching new web technologies.

Kevin Uribe – Google Ad Words Specialist

Kevin is our Google Ad Words Specialist at AAMP Agency, meaning he has a vast knowledge of Pay-Per-Click marketing (PPC). He sets up advertising campaigns on Google Search, Google Display Partners, & Google Mobile Ads, conducts keyword research, and so much more. In his free time, you can find him spending time with his family, playing baseball, hiking, or cooking up something delicious on a grill.

Brian Huynh | Digital Sales Specialist

Brian is also a new addition to the AAMP Agency, and he's here to help tourism businesses find digital marketing solutions that work best for them. He'll talk about digital marketing for as long as you let him! When he's not speaking with potential and new clients at AAMP, he's working with Amazon or spending his time snowboarding, hiking, or chilling with his dog and 2 cats.

While our team may seem small, it is made up of hardworking employees with a wide range of skill sets. When all of our skills are combined, we are so dang mighty that we can cover all of the bases of your digital marketing needs. From website development to SEO, to social media marketing, to videography & photography. We're here to help your tourism business, destination or attraction grow to lengths you didn't even know could be possible. We accomplish this by combining our burning passion for everything tourism related with our extensive knowledge of digital marketing, helping your brand cross digital oceans.

We are AAMP Agency, the adventure and marketing pros, and we're pleased to meet you.

How To Make Your Tour, Attraction, or Destination Website More Credible

How To Make Your Tour, Attraction, or Destination Website More Credible

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When you're a tour operator or run an attraction or destination, your website is everything. It features your product, builds your brand awareness, can increase your conversions, and shows that your business has credibility. However, what may seem like small or simple mistakes can affect your business greatly. Keep reading to learn how to make your tour, attraction, or destination website more credible.

1. Show Your Reviews

If you're claiming to be the best tour operator in town, you better have the customer feedback to prove it! On your website, your business can include testimonials from TripAdvisor that link back to the original review. Also, don't share reviews where it says that it's written by "John Doe" if possible include the photo of the person leaving the testimonial.

2. Show That You're the Real Deal

Showing that you're a legitimate business will boost your credibility. Ensure that you have a physical address and accurate contact information on your website. Visitors need to feel like they are interacting with a legitimate business and not someone that is shady. To take this step even further, implement a Google Map on your contact page or the bottom of your page in the footer

3. Show That You're An Expert

If you've got experts on your team, include their credentials. If your business is affiliated with an organization, include that too! You can also include team member bios where you discuss their experience. When you're focusing on this step, of you link to another site always ensure it's a credible site!

4. Make It Simple to Contact Your Business

Site visitors do not want to have to dig to find your contact information. The harder it is to find, the less credible you seem, which makes them less likely to book with you. Include contact information in the header and footer of your website, and you can even include a contact page where they can send a message directly to your business.

5. Have A Professional Design

Visitors quickly evaluate your site's design to determine if it is credible. When designing your website, pay attention to layout, fonts, images, and more. Need help with your website? Start here.

6. Show Off Your Team

On your site, show the people behind your business and find ways to convey their trustworthiness through images and text! Include quality headshots and engaging bios.

7. Make It Easy To Use

A simple site that is user-friendly is the best thing that you can do for your business. To do this, ensure your site is responsive, that all media works, that booking software is simple, and that your business and its products are clear & concise.

8. Keep It Updated

If your site is out-of-date or not updated/reviewed regularly, be prepared to lose a lot of credibilities. Keep your website updated with its upcoming tour dates, keep up with technology, and keep your plugins updated to avoid any technical issues.

9. Go Easy On The Ads

Avoid having ads on your site as much as possible. If you must have ads, make it clear what is sponsored content and what is your content. Avoid using any sort of pop-up ads, although one simple email sign-up or promo is something that you can get away with, viewers don't want to see it more than once.

10. Check For Errors

From issues with plugins to small typos and grammar errors, run through your site with a fine-tooth comb and fix any kind of error you can find.

There you have it, How To Make Your Tour, Attraction, or Destination Website More Credible. If you have any questions or need help developing your website, AAMP Agency | Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros specializes in web development & digital marketing for the tourism industry. Contact us today.

14 Common Website Mistakes That Affect Your Bookings

14 Common Website Mistakes That Affect Your Bookings

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According to data from Euromonitor International, 44% of travel sales and bookings are expected to occur online during the next five years! Meaning, your businesses' website can be a high-converting machine if it's done right that is. To build a website that will attract customers and get your business more bookings, check out our 14 Common Website Mistakes That Affect Your Bookings.

1. Unresponsive design

Today, mobile rules the market! If your website isn't responsive and can shrink down to fit the size of the screen it is being viewed on, you could be instantly missing out on bookings.

2. It's flat-out boring

We are in the tourism and destination industry! Meaning you should be selling a fun experience, and your website needs to reflect that.

3. Lack of Personality

Always make sure to include an "About Us" page and have some fun with it. Having this kind of information on your site will help you create a connection between the customer and your business.

4. Information Isn't Clearly Stated

Consumers don't want to have to dig through the pages of your site to find tour times, locations, etc.

5. Slow Loading Site

You should be checking out how fast your website loads, and on different devices! If it's taking too long to load, if buttons or images appear out of alignment, etc., it's going to be even harder for your customers to book!

6. The Tours Lack Character

What makes your tour or destination different from all of the others? On your website, give insight into what makes you different! Aim to create excitement about your business, and don't rely on the name of your tour to entice customers. Include descriptions with intriguing text and information!

7. Abusing Fonts

Yes, adding a bolded header can draw attention to a section – but bolding everything? How dare you. Don't bold every other word, use various font colors, put italic and bold text next to each other, etc. Pick 2 (at most 3) different fonts, and keep it simple! You want site visitors to read about your business, not be angered by your wonky fonts. Also, never use Papyrus or Comic Sans, these are the joke of the font world and will instantly cheapen the look of your site.

8. Inconsistent Theme

Consistency is key in all of your marketing efforts, from branding to social media, and yes – to your website. Make sure that your website is consistent with everything else, such as graphics and images.

9. Blocked For International Viewers

Don't disable your website for oversea visitors! If potential customers can't find your business or even know about it, how can you expect to get more customers?

10. Lack of Security

Keep your website up-to-date! If your website is hacked your business could be at risk. It is a pain to deal with, it can affect your website traffic, your google ranking will be affected, and your company's information & data could be at risk.

11. Is It Functional?

While your website may look beautiful, does it function well? Do all buttons, links, and pages work properly? Are there clear calls to action? If your website doesn't function properly because you prioritized design over function, your visitors will notice and take their business elsewhere.

12. Background Music

Absolutely not! This is not MySpace. Your website visitors do not want background music when browsing your site, it'll leave them scrambling to find the source to silence it. It also eats bandwidth and can create an awkward situation for your site visitors.

13. Cluttered & Busy

Keep the site simple, and let the text and images speak for itself! If your site is cluttered with bold colors, patterns, too many images, etc., it can turn a site visitor off. Not only that, but it can affect your Google ranking!

14. Lengthy Booking Process

Site visitors have come to expect an easy selection process and simple booking. This can be easily achieved with a booking software such as Peek Pro. *Shameless plug incoming* When utilizing Peek Pro software, you're optimizing your booking sequence and turning it into a high-converting machine. At AAMP Agency | Adventure & Activity Marketing Pros, we are familiar with a range of booking software and always ensure to implement them in all of the sites we build.

We could go on and on about common mistakes that could be costing your tourism or destination business bookings, but we'll stop at 14 (for now). If you're needing some examples or inspiration as to what a beautifully designed, functioning, and converting website looks like, just take a peep at our extensive portfolio at iwerxconnect.com!

We happen to know a thing or 50 about how to develop a website for a tourism or destination business. We are destination marketing experts for a reason, so if you're feeling a little overwhelmed, just give us a call and we'll help you get your business to where it needs to be.