How we can help businesses market themselves (and how they can contribute to destination level marketing)
Download the Exmoor Destination Marketing Strategy 2015-2017 document, 220kb.
- Social Media @VisitExmoor #Exmoor for Likes and RT's
- Things to do leaflet
- Sponsorship (to be developed)
Website (back to top)
The Visit Exmoor website is the official tourism portal for the area and is highly ranked in all the main search engines. It is also the accommodation link from the National Park Authority website. Visitors to the site, on average, spend over 4 minutes using the site, which is very high compared to the average time spent looking at a website. Advertising on the site also provides you with a powerful inward link to your own website boosting your position in search returns.
Brochures (back to top)
More and more people are using the internet and new forms of technology to research holidays and as a result fewer businesses are supporting printed publications. However there is still a market for such publications which are used by some visitors and businesses.
The Exmoor Visitor is a free visitor newspaper. Whilst primarily aimed at providing information to visitors in the area it is sent to people making enquiries in advance and over 100,000 copies are distributed across the region. The Exmoor Visitor is produced by the West Somerset Free Press on behalf of the Exmoor National Park Authority. For advertising call the WSFP on 01984 632731.
The Development Manager Jennette Baxter is responsible for PR and promotions. To submit news and stories for circulation or for journalist requests please contact:
Jennette Baxter email@example.com
To view previous press releases click here
Shows (back to top)
The Exmoor Tourist Association regularly attend local, regional and national shows and exhibitions, with support from VE partners and sometimes attending in partnership with other organisations.
If you would like to be involved please contact Antony Brunt, Vice President of the ETA at firstname.lastname@example.org.