Category: Leadership

Travel this Veterans Day

Photo of young man waving flag with sky in background.

As Veterans Day nears, we should take time to think about how we spend our time off. 54% of families in the United States end up not taking all their time off, according to Project: Time Off, and veterans are no exception. With deployments and training assignments, veterans spend a lot of time away from… Read more »

Now anyone can create a professional video ad

Now anyone can create a professional video ad

If you’ve wanted to advertise on YouTube to reach consumers with your video ads but don’t have the time, money, or direction to create them, you’re in luck. As of March 2018, the YouTube Director onsite program has been made available in over 170 cities across the U.S. to help businesses leverage the power and reach of the platform.

Breaking down what Destinations on Google means to you

Google has made changes with the layout for its search engine results pages (SERPs) for travel-related searches. This change is known as Destinations on Google and it has created a lot of buzz in the industry.

Pay to Play—the new Facebook algorithm

You’ve probably heard chatter about the new algorithm for Facebook that seeks to prioritize posts by friends and family. But what does that mean? Well, good news, for your business it probably won’t affect you too much.

What’s it like at Google? We ask so you don’t have to.

Ever wonder what it’s really like to visit the Google headquarters? Madden Media superstars Alexis Favis and Vanessa Abril-Gutierrez were able to join our partners Jason Holic and Jessica Castro from Experience Kissimmee at Google’s main campus in California last month.

Food Tourism

Food. In our daily lives it can be a hassle to plan and make those meals, making sure we balance the right amount of meat with vegetables, and wine with water, so when we go on vacation, we often let loose.

Conventions and meetings are big business for destinations

Most destinations aren’t equipped with grand convention centers or sprawling resorts, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have the ability to entice meeting planners with the venues you DO have.

Travel to where the jobs are

What influences someone to relocate? Is it the job benefits? The salary? But those are only part of the reason. Professionals want to live in a place where they can explore, dine, and relax on their downtime and continue to be successful while on the clock. But it can be a challenge to encourage these professionals to consider relocating.