Unnecessary travel canceled. Meetings moving online. Events postponed. Working from home. While the hospitality industry will be one of the worst affected by this, there are still things you can be doing to ready your destination for the return to normalcy.
- Set up a call with a few event leaders in your community to see what plans they have for events that have been postponed (and which are cancelled). This may determine whether you pause or redirect your media efforts temporarily. It will also help make sure your website has up to date information regarding future travel.
- Do an audit of your LGBTQ section or blog posts to see that they are evergreen and up to date. As with all other sections of your site, things change: bars close or rename, restaurants move, clubs change focus. This is a great time to review what you have up and make some updates. Here are a few other tips for getting your LGBTQ marketing in shape.
- Review photography being used throughout your site and look to refresh it. Push toward being more inclusive with your imagery throughout your entire website.
- Look to build partnerships with members of your local community. With the cancellation of events, these organizations will need more support than ever and finding a way to work with them will help set everyone up for success post virus.
- Don’t panic. Use this time to reorganize, refresh, and ready yourself for summer.
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