eSign Software: Wherewolf vs Smartwaiver
10 October 2019
Trying to decide between Wherewolf and Smartwaiver? This handy feature comparison chart will help you make that decision. Best fit for you? Smartwaiver is a very basic digital waiver platform designed to simply replace your paper waiver process. So if you’re looking for something more robust that solely focuses on the adventure tourism industry, Wherewolf...
Google My Business vs TripAdvisor in 2020
9 October 2019
When it comes to spending your marketing budget, there’s an abundance of options to evaluate which can be overwhelming. Digital marketing in itself can be a minefield to tackle as a business owner, particularly with new mediums popping up all the time. Online reviews are a low-cost, low-maintenance way to improve your digital presence and...
Airbnb Experiences Vs Tours and Activities
10 October 2018
After launching globally in 2016 to 55 Countries, ‘Airbnb Experiences’ has officially made it to New Zealand. Travellers can now find unique “experiences”, from a sports lesson with a Squash World Champion to a craft class in creating your own skincare oil, through Airbnb. So what is an Airbnb Experience? Think of Airbnb Experiences as tourists meeting...
Find out how Ohiopyle Trading Post and River Tours has bound beyond paper waivers with Wherewolf.
3 October 2018
Wherewolf works with some amazing operators around the world, so it’s always great to hear how we help each business and become part of their tool belt. So when Jeremy Kierski, the Operations Manager of Ohiopyle Trading Post and River Tours got in contact to tell us how “Wherewolf has definitely taken us leaps and bounds beyond...
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Are you using the right keywords for your business?
22 August 2018
What are keywords? Keywords define your business, they are descriptive words to describe who you are and what you do.When relating keywords to SEO; keywords are the terms users enter into search engines such as Google and Yahoo to find answers on the internet. So when the keywords that you use often on your website, match...
What does GDPR mean for Tourism Operators?
15 August 2018
As I’m sure many of you have heard, on May 25th of this year, the EU passed a new privacy law that will provide all EU citizens with more control over their personal data. This new law is called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In this post we break down exactly what the GDPR...