Analysis of regional tourism guide website development strategy and profit points

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tourism is closely linked with the national economy, with the improvement and promotion of people’s economic conditions, as well as external tourism to improve the environment, make modern people have to travel as a habit of indispensable life, resulting in a huge market, the Internet also formed a huge blue ocean market value from this, we have developed the Ctrip and mango, and the subsequent emergence and rise of the various travel websites and Internet service providers will be able to see the market capacity strong, and the personal webmaster, in the face of financial and technical aspects of the strength is not large, the deep background of these large sites, how to successfully play their own piece of the sky in the tourism network business tide by finding new Way, new method, not blindly than scale, but hard to find skills.

not to the size of the fight is to avoid doing individual stationmaster capacity and resources are not up to things, such as the construction of a large tourism portal, providing comprehensive travel information, these are far beyond the current personal ability, therefore is more suitable to do a regional tour guide website, so it is really to find techniques to identify suitable for their own development road.

, speaking of the regional travel guide website, wants to develop a website like this and achieve successful profits. It should be done in the following areas:

1. Location and development of websites

1. regional travel guide website positioning thinking

for large travel websites, their information category coverage, content rich, but it can also cause a large amount of information so the user is not easy to find, and the content of information quality is uneven, so this is the regional tourism guide Station Development opportunities. In this paper, focus on the development of regional tourism guide is for a region or a popular tourist destination and some related information, guide more centralized, in addition to concentration, dispersion characteristics, the high quality information as the characteristic and focus on the development of the most important, which is targeted the positioning.

2. how to develop regional travel guide website

in the website development process, one is to do content, two is to do optimization, three is to do promotion. In my opinion, the content is always the core of the soul of the website, especially for wants to win in the fierce competition in the tourism market share of personal webmaster, to avoid the scale of competition will be the main quality brand, high quality and fine service as its biggest characteristic, it is in the organization of content and screening must strictly control problems. Second is to play the webmaster knowledge, in the website technology architecture and SEO optimization aspects of the relevant work in advance, to avoid future significant changes, not rain silk cloth can receive good optimization effect. Third, in the implementation of promotional measures, SEO is an important method of natural drainage, followed by Li >

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