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Getting Neighborhoody with CrowdRiff at Tourism Academy

Find out how to show off your destination's distinct and authentic neighborhoods.

One of the best things to do when visiting a new place is to branch out and find the off-the-beaten-path local favorites outside of the city's main tourist districts. Pittsburgh is a city of neighborhoods, each offering something different. From the Strip District to Shadyside, there are so many distinct areas to check out while you are here for Tourism Academy.

It is only fitting that Amrita Gurney, VP of Marketing for CrowdRiff will be diving into how DMOs can promote their neighborhoods in her session.

On Tuesday, May 21st at 11:10 am don't miss Amrita's session: Digital Experiences That Show Off Your Neighborhoods. 

She will be sharing inspiring examples of destinations that are winning with their neighborhood content. Plus, Amrita will have tons of tips for turning your website into your area's leading neighborhood guide by targeting visitor interests and personas and using the right mix of photography, user-generated-content, and web content. 

Read more about promoting your neighborhoods in this CrowdRiff blog post- which shares eight incredible examples of DMO neighborhood content done right. 

About the Author
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Director of Digital Strategy - Tempest

Britt Brouse

Britt brings more than twelve years of experience in journalism and online marketing to her position as Digital Strategy Director with Tempest Interactive.  She has expertise leveraging content marketing, SEO, social media campaigns, and email marketing to drive traffic and revenue for businesses. Britt has worked with a variety of destinations and major brands including Digg.com, SurveyMonkey, ReachLocal, and SmartThings.

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