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  1. Tourismtechnology.com

  2. The Wild West in America represented the attempt by people to move out and find opportunity, to tame the wild areas of the frontier, and to find and utilize natural resources. The internet was once a frontier unknown to most computer users, let alone your average person. Now, even with the web being so prominent in our hearts and minds, it’s still largely untamed territory. There’s still so much growth and development as yet unseen, so many internet “resources” untapped, so much potential unrealized. Over time, just as the American West developed into what it is today, the internet will become a much more mature and advanced hub. To do that, it’ll need to get even more tame than it is now. http://www.howtogeek.com/62135/geek-rants-why-the-internet-is-like-the-wild-west/

  3. Example http://www.tourismtechnology.com//TourismTechnology/_site/

  4. A traveler’s first impression of a website – positive or negative – is formed quickly, within just a few seconds. The elements that influence that ever-important first impression, as well as the equally significant second and third impressions, include a variety of options, such as color, images, text, navigation and the overall organization of the page, reflecting the outwardly appearance of a company’s brand identity to the world.

  5. Elements of Proper Web Design Colour Schemes Navigation Photography Video

  6. Colour Colour plays a significant role in moulding consumer perceptions of companies and organizations, their products and services. Colour schemes should consider the colour codes of the organization but should not sacrifice pleasing visuals for organization uniformity. That said, consistency with website colours is important.

  7. Colour

  8. Navigation Website navigation has two primary functions. It acts as an informational medium to inform viewers of the information and resources that are available within a website. Navigation also serves to guide viewers quickly and easily to the information they seek in a clear and intuitive manner. Within the hospitality, travel and tourism sector, proper site navigation has the potential to influence conversions enormously.

  9. Navigation When executed correctly, intelligent navigation makes the education and buying process seamless for online visitors to acquire the information they need for their travel plans, and effortlessly complete a reservation. The goal of creating a site’s navigational layout should revolve around reducing the amount of steps required between “looking and booking.”

  10. Navigation Wording – It’s important to remember that your target market may not use words like accommodations. Ensure that the wording used in your site is easy for users to understand.

  11. Photography High-quality professional photography is an essential element of successful hospitality, travel and tourism websites. Photographic images capture the attention of online viewers, showcase hotels, attractions and destinations in an attractive and compelling manner and encourage viewers to navigate and learn more.

  12. Worth a Thousand Words First impressions are highly important in digital marketing and high quality photography is an essential element in creating a positive first impression with potential customers. Even the best description of a sweeping, tropical beach covered with white sand cannot provide the same amount of information, nor generate the same degree of emotional impact as a high-quality photographic image of that beach, shot at the right time of day, from the right vantage point, by a professional photographer.

  13. Video If a photo is worth a thousand words, is a video worth ten thousand? Marketing hotels, resorts, destinations and attractions with video has become a common and effective marketing practice.

  14. Video To elicit a positive reaction, online videos must be professionally produced to create a high-quality finished product. Videos constructed on a shoe-string budget typically tend to show poorly and can leave viewers with a negative impression of your hotel- doing more damage than good.

  15. Project You’re going to evaluate Atlantic Canadian tourism websites based on the four categories discussed today