I know I’m always raving about the great team we have here at Think Tasmania. I just can’t thank them enough for all the terrific work they do, making the website interesting and varied. But that’s not all. They each go above and beyond the call of duty to promote Think Tasmania. And that of course, means extra promotion for the people and places we write about. Let me explain.
Great Team Working Together at Think Tasmania
Michelle, with a little help from her husband John, risked life and limb to hang banners on their farm shed. Leven River Farm is in Gunns Plains, and I joked about painting a big sign to attract the attention of all the passengers from cruise ships driving straight past from Burnie enroute to Wings Wildlife Park. Before I knew it, the job was done and the signs were hanging in prime position.
Roger came up with a brilliant plan! He needed a new wheel cover for his 4WD, so decided it would be a great place to advertise Think Tasmania. A few emails, and a logo image later, design and print company Rusty Gate have supplied a very eye-catching, mobile advertisement geared to the 90,000-strong population of Albury Wodonga. (Roger currently lives in New South Wales, until it’s possible to make his longed-for sea-change to physically join the rest of the great team in Tasmania).
Dan got into the act when he told me he’d like a banner for Think Tasmania too. I happily sent one to him, thinking he would hang it from his front fence. But no! Dan took the concept to his local council and now has the banner strategically placed in the Tourist Information Centre in Longford, which also happens to be JJ’s Bakery.
Jen jumped at the chance to write for Think Tasmania when the opportunity presented itself. Although she already leads a very busy life, community spirit is clearly high on her priority list. She now has a Think Tasmania sign proudly displayed at her front gate in Mount Nelson, a suburb of Hobart.
Cassandra and Lorraine have also joined our great team and hit the ground running. Business cards are handed out left, right and centre in their quest to write new and interesting articles about Tasmania. And we mustn’t forget to mention Mike and Gina, who have both had a busy tourist season in their respective tourism properties (but will be back on board when they have more time to spare).
Great Teamwork from the Wider Community
Of course, there’s a lot of other people who promote the work we do at Think Tasmania. We have a very active and positive Facebook community, and I’m so grateful to everyone who shares our articles. We also send out hundreds of newsletters each week, and they get shared as well. It seems like the whole state is part of our great team. On behalf of everyone who loves Tasmania and has joined our network… thank you!
If you have a prominent place you’d like to dedicate to a Think Tasmania sign, contact us and we’ll make it happen. Straight away! And if you’re already talking us up, we’d love to hear about it and give you a shout-out. Send us a photo or two, like these from Native Point Wines at Windermere…
Hopefully that has answered the question:
“how does Think Tasmania attract so much attention and website traffic?”
Besides having a sound understanding of the way things work on the internet,
we also have a great team of people in the real world.
Why don’t you join us in sharing the love about Tasmania?
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