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Anguilla Tourist Board signs contract with local promoter
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Written by Anguilla   
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 10:32

Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) and Anguilla Access join forces.

 

Local company Anguilla Access signs contract with the ATB to improve their social media and website presence and drive increased tourism business to Anguilla.

 

Julian Hodge and Candis NilesOn Friday January 06, 2012 the Anguilla Access team announced that they have signed an agreement with the ATB to undertake the crucial role of Anguillas social media/website representatives in 2012.


The skills possessed by the Anguilla Access team – which include social media content creation and monitoring, website updates and management and SEO (search engine optimization) are vital to marketing success in todays increasingly online world. Anguilla Access won the contract for the work after they demonstrated how social media can push increased traffic to websites and Facebook pages - using their own sites anguilla-anguilla.com, anguillaaccess.com   and   their popular Facebook page Anguilla Summer Festival as examples.

 

 

Anguilla Access is a local company that has a passion for promoting indigenous Anguilla, a warm and welcoming island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Creator/Manager of Anguilla Access Mr Josveek Huligar says “We will help the ATB by developing brand awareness, generating inbound traffic and encouraging product adoption, whist ensuring consistency in voice and cultivating a social media interaction network. Anguilla Access sees great possibilities and numerous ways to help the ATB and in so doing generally help the tourism sector of Anguilla. The ATB is aware that Anguilla has a lot of untapped resources that can be used to market the destination but they have not recognized the full value of an integrated web and social media strategy before this point. It is my wish to network with other sites like anguilla-beaches.com andanguillaguide.com and everyone else who has a part in promoting Anguilla to create a truly impressive online community of supporters for our beautiful island”.


Hon. Haydn Hughes Parliamentary Secretary Tourism Ministry of Finance & Tourism Government of Anguilla  said “ This is perhaps one of the most important jobs any one can have for an island so dependent on tourism for its survival. Indeed it is wonderful to see that a young enterprising Anguillian professional such as Anguilla Access, who I must add, has been promoting and marketing Anguilla via their various websites, youtube and fb over the years. I have no doubt that they will improve upon and grow our share of the pie through your initiatives. I look forward to working with them over the next year and beyond

 

Ms Julian Hodge, Anguilla-Anguilla Manager says: “ our websites Anguillaaccess.com and anguilla-anguilla.com typically attract over 40,000 visitors a month with an average of 2,000 guests on site at any one time – we intend to do the same for the ATB. We hope that other entities in Anguilla that need and improved online marketing will be encouraged to make contact with us and get involved with this cost effective and timely strategy.

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About Anguilla Access

Anguilla Access has a passion for promoting indigenous Anguilla, a warm and welcoming island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Anguilla Access describes itself as a “movement” and specializes in but is not limited to Marketing Strategies, Websites Creation and Hosting, Photography, Videography, Entertainment and Tours. http://anguillaaccess.com has been in business for a little over 2 years as a spin-off of http://partyaccessaxa.net and http://anguilla-anguilla.com .

 

For further information, contact Anguilla Access at 12647729827 or 12645846498 or email them at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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