"Tourism Keys" Workshop Will Help Build Tourism
NIAGARA FALLS, ON, March 8 /CNW/ - Niagara area tourism companies and
organizations learned today how to use their websites to attract more visitors
and business, at a "Tourism Keys" workshop held by the Ministry of Tourism.
"These workshops help develop local tourism and sustain tourism related
jobs, which in turn help to build strong communities," said Minister of
Tourism Jim Bradley. "The Ontario government recognizes the importance of the
tourism industry to Niagara and communities across Ontario."
"Tourism Keys" is a one-day customer relationship management and Internet
Enhancement workshop that is custom-designed for owners and managers of
tourism businesses and organizations. The workshops encourage attendees to
develop a customer-focused strategy using the internet and design their
websites to grow their businesses.
The sessions include identifying who your key customers are. They
identify features of a compelling website that attract and maintain those key
customers. The sessions also alert attendees to identify key words to assure
their website is found through search engine optimization.
Tourism contributes more than $21 billion a year to the Ontario economy,
and supports more than 200,000 jobs.
"By working with tourism businesses and organizations we are helping to
provide the necessary tools to grow their businesses and attract visitors,"
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For further information:
For further information: David Oved, Minister's Office, (416) 314-1400;
Gary Wheeler, Communications Branch, (416) 325-8391