This summer seems to have been the tipping point for tourism in Bend—namely, that we are starting to see backlash against the number of tourists and the possibility is being raised that too much tourism is a bad thing for Bend. Not that local negativity against tourism is a new thing, but it’s really the first… Read More The Tourism Issue
Bend WebCAM, the web creative marketing conference, is back again is back this month, specifically next week on October 25 and 26. Taking place at downtown venues such as the Tower Theatre, Oxford Hotel and Phoenix Inn, the conference is in it’s fourth year. This conference still features the three educational tracks: The Left Brain (aka “Geek”)… Read More Bend WebCAM is back!
It’s here again! The 2012 Bend WebCAM web, creative and marketing conference on October 25-26 at the Tower Theatre. It’s shaping up to be one of the best conferences ever with confirmed speakers such as: • Danny Sullivan, Editor-In-Chief, Search Engine Land • Anna Sawyer, Social Media Content Queen & Auteur, Trada • Brad Cohen,… Read More Bend WebCAM is back
AdFed of Central Oregon’s annual web/marketing/social conference hits Bend Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at the Tower Theatre and Oxford Hotel. This conference offers a left brain, right brain or mix track for those looking to keep up to speed with the latest trends in design, social and SEO marketing. From their website: Attracting some… Read More 2010 Bend WebCAM next week
This is sort of a mini-press release but it was a reasonable email pitch so I figured, why not. I don’t know what a Blu-Ray player goes for, but this doesn’t seem like a bad deal. Maybe someone who follows up on it could report back? Purchase your Blu-Ray player with Home System Solutions and… Read More PR Blurb: 5 free DVD’s with Blu-Ray player purchase
So I’ve been loosely following the "Real Winter" story/project that the Central Oregon Visitors Association has been promoting; it started with this story in Sunday’s Bulletin, and there was a bit on KTVZ last night about it. The gist of it is, it’s a new ad campaign promoting winter tourism for Central Oregon (obviously), and… Read More "Real Winter"