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What Should Tour Operators Blog About?- Essential Blogging Guide for Tour Businesses Part 2

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What Should Tour Operators Blog About?- Essential Blogging Guide for Tour Businesses Part 2

What Should Tour Operators Blog About?- Blogging guide for tour operators
Blogging for tour operators – a guide from Tourpreneur

Part 2 – What Should Tour Operators Blog About and how to organize your content!

In the second part of our Blogging for Tour Operators series, Dorene shares tips on what should tour operators blog about. Plus we discuss how tour operators can generate new ideas for your content.

Dorene highlights other types of content tour operators can create and why passion and conversion posts are both critical. She shares advice for blog content you can explore when you are just starting your tour business and the best keyword tools you can use to refine your posts.

We explore how tour businesses can use their competitor’s sites and others in their niche market to get content inspiration and how reciprocal sharing is an essential part of building your blog following.

Dorene also shares how you can organize your ideas into a content strategy, how Google Analytics can help you identify what’s working on your site, and subject areas you can cover to create an engaging tour blog post.

Check out Part 1 of our Essential Blogging Strategy for Tour Operators with Dorene Wharton.

Blogging for tour operators
Copywriting for Tour Operators with Dorene Wharton
Dorene Wharton

Dorene Wharton is the Head Marketer and Strategist at Travel Life Media, a company helping accommodation, tour, and event businesses better market their brand through multimedia and video.

Dorene has more than 25 years of experience in brand strategy, marketing, and communication through website copy. She previously worked for DW Consulting as their Business Development and Marketing Strategist and Top Drawer Creative as their Advertising and Marketing Account Director. She has a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Economics from Haskayne School of Business. Her base of operations is in Columbia, where she lives with her husband while running their business with remote working and location-independent teams.

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This week on Tourpreneur, Blogging Tips for Tour Operators

  • What Should Tour Operators Blog About exactly?
  • What you should be writing about and how you can come up with topics.
  • Other content formats you can create for your blog.
  • What are passion posts and conversion posts, and why you should do both.
  • Advice for tour operator blogs when you are just starting your business.
  • Top keyword tools you can use.
  • How you can use competitor blogs and content in your niche market for inspiration.
  • Why reciprocal sharing of content from your partners and other sources is essential.
  • How you can organize your ideas into a content strategy for your tour blog.
  • Google Analytics tips for identifying what is working for your site.
  • Blog subject areas, such as your people, your mission, profiles and features, and more

Some of Our Favorite Quotes about blogging for tour operators:

  • “Your local knowledge is really important to consumers.” – Dorene Wharton
  • “Look at the content that is doing really well for you, that people are actually landing on and finding your website, and double down on it.” – Dorene Wharton
  • “You are somewhat of an expert in a local market and showing something about a neighborhood, even if it’s on your tour, is useful information.”- Dorene Wharton
  • “It’s the way you write it, so it’s not just about you. You’re talking to them.” – Dorene Wharton

Check out an earlier episode with Dorene on the Tourpreneur podcast. Dorene reveals her copywriting tips for tour operators.

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Shane Whaley is the Producer and Host of the Tourpreneur Podcast. He is also the curator in chief for the Tourpreneur Daily Brief. Shane has worked in the travel industry for almost twenty years.

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