Create Your Own Virtual Experience: A Time for Innovation
As many tour operators are forced to temporarily close their doors, it’s important to think about new ways to generate business remotely. Whether that means taking to social media to engage with your audience or going digital through offering virtual events, finding a temporary solution is crucial. Join us as we talk through ways you can set up virtual experiences and examples of how other companies are adapting.
Frequently Asked Questions
A virtual experience allows your customers to take part in your offerings through virtual content. Virtual experiences can come in many forms but two defining traits of successful online experiences are:
The virtual experience is meant to show off your business to people who would have liked to visit but were unable to because of circumstances.
There are lots of possibilities for creating virtual experiences. Don’t be afraid to get creative with your offerings. Here are some common examples:
- Virtual tours
- Instructional classes
- Virtual happy hours
- Q&A sessions
- Webinar discussions
- Team Building
- Live stream event
- Add new item(s) to your FareHarbor Dashboard
- Add a clear description, pictures, custom fields, and availabilities so that your customers can book online.
- Optimize your confirmation email
- Be very clear with your confirmation and reminder emails as they will contain the link needed to access your virtual experiences
- Update your website
- Create an activity page if possible or add the item to your booking flow along with a call out on your website.