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Winter 2020-2021 Marketing Plan
Overview of Connecticut Office of tourism Winter 2020-2021 Marketing Plan
Explore research and studies on economic impact results, USTravel research, and much more.
Tourism Insights Program - February/March 2021
Explore research and studies on awareness, visitation and much more.
Annual Brand Attitudes and Awareness Study
The Office of Tourism commissions a third party study every year to gage the target audience’s perspectives on visiting Connecticut and key competitors.
CTvisit.com is a great resource for visitors and residents alike, but it’s also a strong platform for partners. Learn more about using it to optimize your business.
In January 2021 CTvisit.com saw an increase in the amount of page views to our partner listing pages over January 2020, with 95,883 page views to our partner's attractions listings a 6/4% increase. This helped generate over 134,000 click throughs to our partner's websites, an average of over 4300 leads generated per day.
Explore research and studies on seasonal results reports, trackers, and much more.
2020 Fall Marketing Results
The Office of Tourism’s fall campaign sought to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the state’s tourism industry. Building upon the successful "So Good To See You, Connecticut" campaign from the summer, was updated for the fall to inspire state residents and nearby visitors to explore all there is to see/do in CT safely.
Find guidelines, logos and tips for marketing the Connecticut brand here.
To help you incorporate the Connecticut brand into your marketing efforts, we have prepared comprehensive brand guidelines. These guidelines have also been versioned for communications within the U.S and international markets
Digial Asset Mangement Library
The Connecticut Office of Tourism has an online photo library (Digital Asset Management System) that you can view to select images for your use. Further information on usage rights and using the library can be found through the "How to Use" menu at the top of the media library home page.
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