In the months since we first announced product support for Rezgo, we've been amazed by just how many tour and activity providers are eager to start selling physical goods. Today, we're making that even easier with enhanced product support.
You know that your tour and activities company needs a website to keep up with the competition, but do you know what that means in practical terms? In a complicated technical field, you need simplicity and straightforward information — and we have that for you.
There are so many services that promise to give you a website for free (or the closest thing to it). Wix, Weebly, Squarespace and others all promise cheap, easy website builders that you can use to create anything you want.
But jumping at the cheapest option can be dangerous. Here are five risks to consider before investing your time and money in a DIY website building solution.
With release 8.9.6, Rezgo is launching an exciting new partnership that will help you keep your customers satisfied in even the most unfortunate situations. We've also introduced new features to make your waivers and forms more customizable than ever.
If you don't already have your guests sign a liability waiver before heading out on your tours and activities, you may be leaving the fate of your business to chance. Liability waivers don't only protect you from accidents in your control — they can also protect you from the mistakes of your guests, suppliers, and contractors.
With booking software like Rezgo, it's easy to keep track of the metrics that matter most to your business, like sales, referrals, bookings and commissions. But there are other numbers that matter, particularly when it comes to your company website. A good website is an investment in your tour and activities company's future, so, it's important to keep track of your return.
In this industry, nearly everyone can agree on one basic truth: every tour and activities company should have a website. If nothing else, you need to be sure customers who search online can reach you — and that's the bare minimum your company website can offer.
Overtourism is a growing problem in many destinations, with locals and tourists going to war for the rights to space and resources. While it's a systemic problem that will require systemic change before it begins to improve, there are ways to limit its impact on your own community and tour company.
Historically, search engine optimization has been all about getting more attention to your website. But when you're thinking SEO, think broader. Remember, it's really about getting more attention for your business, and that's where local search shines.