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Transcript of Donsol
Slogans with ‘Discover’ and ‘’Begin the Adventure’ emphasises adventures as the tourism product (Lee, Cai & O’Leary, 2006).
Marketing Mix Strategy for
“The range of facilities or products a tourist destination will offer to its customers”
Whale Sharks (“Butanding” Festival)
Mt Mayon Volcano
Keep focus on the Donsol having the largest schools of whale sharks in the world
Display all Donsols products in new promotional tools
Gain a competitive advantage, show adventure seekers what they are missing out on
Younger demographic with a less disposable income
Asia-Pacific area travellers base holidays mostly on competitive pricing (Euromonitor International, 2014)
Cheaper pricings to target 20-35 Australian Adventure Seekers
“Place in tourism marketing refers to the channel in which the customer receives information about the destination and can purchase the experience”
Main channel is through internet sites and Facebook
Indirect distribution through travel agents, but don’t refer to Donsol specifically
Increase marketing on Facebook page
Blog regularly and invite more friends, numbers are low
Design own brochure for travel agents to distribute
Moisescu (2012) has found that in order for the tourism industry to segment and target markets properly, they need to use social media websites, as this approach targets mass audiences with high rates of penetration.
“The integration of partnerships is necessary to create a tourism value chain proficiently” (Morrison, 2013)
Maintain relationship with Eco Tours
Spread to other local companies running activities with Donsols products
Engage in a partnership with natural area managers
The more partnerships the easier products will reach the intended target audience (Morrison, 2013)
Butanding Whale Shark Festival in Donsol, Philippines. (2010). Retrieved from http://coraltriangle.blogs.panda.org/biodiversity/2010-butanding-whale-shark-festival-in-donsol-philippines
Donsol Eco Tour. (2014). Tours/Sightseeing. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/donsolecotour
Echtner, C. M., & Ritchie, J. B. (1991). The meaning and measurement of destination image. Journal of tourism studies, 2(2), 2-12.
Euromonitor International. (2014). Consumer Asia Pacific and Australasia. Retrieved from http://www.euromonitor.com/medialibrary/PDF/Book_CAPA_2014.pdf
Firefly Watch in Donsol, Philippine. (2011). Heels and Wheels. Retrieved from http://www.heelsandwheelsonline.com/2011/12/firefly-watch-in-donsol-philippines/
Gentle Giants of Donsol. (2013). Smile Magazine for CEBU Pacific. Retrieved from http://www.cebusmile.com/features/2013/05/gentle-giants-of-donsol
It’s More Fun in the Philippines. (2014). Retrieved from http://itsmorefuninthephilippines.com/
Lee, G., Cai, L. A., & O’Leary, J. T. (2006). WWW. Branding. States. US: an analysis of brand-building elements in the US state tourism websites. Tourism Management, 27(5), 815-828.
Moisescu, O. I. (2012). Tourism preferences and choices of young romanian facebook users: Travel frequency, seasons and types of destinations. Paper presented at the 283-292. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1330860584?accountid=10499
Morrison, A.M. (2010) Hospitality and Travel Marketing (4th ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Delmar.
Morrison, A.M. (2013) Marketing and Managing Tourism Destinations. Oxon: Routledge.
Phuket 101. (2014). Local/Travel Website. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/phuket101?ref=br_tf
Whale Shark Festival in the Philippines. (2003). Retrieved from http://www.jurgenfreund.com/stories/donsol/content/1009505_large.html
WWF- Philippines. (2007). Days of Donsol. Retrieved from http://wwf.org.ph/wwf3/news/article/35
Logos can communicate desired attributes to visitors and awareness, therefore can influence visitors choice behaviour, especially if the logo connects the target market (Blain, Levy, & Ritchie, 2005).
‘the whale shark capital of the world’
Effective positioning is both beneficial for the destination and tourist, especially if they differentiate their destination in a meaningful way to their consumers (Pike & Ryan, 2004).
The use of other unique attraction that differentiate from competitors
Destination image is the mental ‘pictures’ of specific tourism destination that people have in their mind, formed from a number of different sources (Morrison, 2013).
in the Philippines'. welcoming, easy going and cheerful
Adventurist and mysterious
18-35 Adventurous Australian
Diversified Product Offering
Promotional tools - Brochures, Social Media & Merchandise
Social Media Competition
Total (For a weeks stay based off averages)
+$385 per free swim along side whale sharks
+ $10-$100 depending on which tour guide operator you go with for whale shark swim
Comparison of a Weeks stay in 3 Destinations
1. Like/Follow social media page
2. Post a photo of the thing or place you'd most like to discover in Donsol
3. Add the tagline 'I'd like to discover the e.g. Whale sharks in Donsol'
Segmentation - Mahaya
Marketing Mix - Gabriella Branding - Taran
Promotion - Emma
Countries traveling to Philippines
Where tourist are traveling once in Philippines
Percentage of tourist traveling for leisure
Chosen target market
Australians aged between 18-35 that are traveling to seek adventure