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Content marketing is the practice of developing written pieces, video, photography, infographics and more for the web. Content may live on CTvisit.com, be sent in an email, or be shared across social media platorms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Here are a few of the ways we are using content to promote our partners.
More than 700 unique partners from all five regions are featured every year in articles on CTvisit.com.
2.8 million consumers per year read articles on CTvisit.com.
These articles are shared via social media posts, search engines, email and popular sites all over the web.
No matter the season, you'll find farm fresh goods popping up all over Connecticut! What better way to enjoy it than to pick your own? Take a trip to the farm, find your favorite fruits and flowers and bring them home for farm fresh baking and a stunning centerpiece. And don't forget about pumpkins and Christmas Trees! To make it easier, we’ve gathered a short list of spots that are open to safely pick your own.
Featuring: Angevine Farm | Belltown Hill Orchards | Bishop's Orchards Farm Market & Winery | Blue Jay Orchards | Buell's Orchard | City of Norwalk | Drazen Orchards | Dzen Tree Farm | Easy Pickin's Orchard | Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm | Fairview Tree Farm | Holmberg Orchards & Winery | Johnny Appleseed's Farm | Jones Family Farms | Karabin Farms | Lapsley Orchard | Lavender Pond Farm | Lyman Orchards | Maple Lane Farms | Miller Tree Farm | Oak Ridge Tree Farm | Rogers Orchards Shuttle Meadow Farm | Rose's Berry Farm | Scott's Yankee Farmer | Starberry Farm | The Pickin Patch at Woodford Farm | Town of Burlington | Town of Redding
It’s time to sip your favorite drinks in the summer sun, uncork, and unwind. Whether you prefer wine or hops, many Connecticut vineyards and breweries are open, so you can enjoy everything from views to brews.
And safety is Connecticut wineries' and breweries’ top priority.
Featuring: Arrigoni Winery | Charter Oak Brewing Company | Gouveia Vineyards | Preston Ridge Vineyard | Saltwater Farm Vineyard | Sharpe Hill Vineyard | Two Roads Brewing Company | Urban Lodge Brewing
It’s so good to get away again. Escape to a private hotel room, kick back, rest your head, and maybe even enjoy a complimentary breakfast – sounds good to us!
And safety is the top priority, so Connecticut hotels and lodging locations are following guidelines to make sure you can just focus on relaxing when you visit!
It’s so good to be able to escape your own kitchen for a change. Sitting back, relaxing, and having a delicious meal delivered right to your table – who came up with this amazing concept? And with many restaurants adding new features to their patios, eating out is just as great as ever. From stunning waterfall views to chandelier-adorned gazebos, you’ll find plenty of dining options to enjoy.
Featuring: 116 Crown | Breakwater | City of Waterbury | Cugino's Italian Restaurant | Fire at the Ridge | Flanders Fish Market & Restaurant | J Restaurant & Bar | Marty's Cafe | Millwright's Restaurant | The Mattabesett Canoe Club | Town of Chester | Villa Italia Ristorante & Bar
There’s something about strolling through a museum to experience art and history up close that books and screens can’t match. So, after staying home for so long, reconnecting to culture feels so good. From marine life to outdoor grounds to vintage radios, there’s much to see and learn.
Featuring: Keeler Tavern Museum (c.1713) | Lyman Allyn Art Museum | Mark Twain Hostel | Mystic Aquarium | Mystic Seaport Museum | New England Air Museum | Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort | The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village | Vintage Radio & Communications Museum of Connecticut