- Online hospitality marketing directories
- Targeted resort advertising
- Cottage rental promotion
- Social media marketing
- Internet marketing solutions
We offer effective, targeted, and affordable internet marketing for Canadian resorts, Inns, lodges and cottage resorts.
We offer many years of combined experience in Tourism and Technology.
As Owners of the Beauview Cottage Resort since 1993, we found that of all the marketing methods we tried to promote our cottage resort, the Best Value for money was through the internet.
We have had many inquiries and bookings through our web pages from all over the world. There's no other way we could have reached as many potential clients with so little expense.
We found that the more places you are listed the more chance of being found.
In 1999, using Gord's extensive background with Information Technology (20 + years experience with Office Automation and Computer application systems development with large financial companies in Toronto), we decided to start our own Web Based cottage and resort marketing site to share our knowledge and expertise. www.Cottage-Resort.com
It represents large and small resorts, inns, lodges and cottage resorts through the province of Ontario, Canada
As complimentary websites, in 2000, we launched www.Golf-Ontario.com and 2001 for all of Canada www.BobtheTourist.com in 2004 www.Travel-Canada.net and in 2009 www.accu-window-weather.com
In June 2013, a new content rich website
for Ontario Travellers
Gord is on the Board of Directors for Resorts of Ontario and a member of the Marketing Committee. He is on the Board of Directors for the Muskoka Community Network. He is a past director of Muskoka Tourism and the Huntsville Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce.
He has led a seminars at conferences on Social Media. He has spoken in the past at Muskoka Small Business week conferences about Internet Marketing.
Gord has done a number of on site consultations with Ontario tourism businesses regarding internet marketing and social media.
We have mentored a number of new tourism businesses in the Muskoka Area through contact with the Muskoka Community Futures or Chamber of Commerce organizations.
- Gordon and Nancy Bell