Blogger Plays Promote Tourism Potential of Central Java

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Saturday, September 30 2017 - 23:01 IWST

Lawangsewu Semarang (Foto Ist)
Lawangsewu Semarang (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Semarang - Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo appreciates the willingness of "bloggers" to help promote local tourism potential while maximizing the function of social media.

"In the midst of millennial tourist trends, the current function of social media for tourism marketing is very important and the manager must be creative to package the promotional content of the tour through their social media," he said in Semarang, Saturday (30/09/2017)

According to Ganjar, tourism is a creative economy so it takes people who think "out of the box" from the habits that exist in the community.

"If managed mediocre can not and diplomacy T-shirts to support tourism is interesting because I'm a batik fan and T-shirt .. Everywhere I go I always buy T-shirts, sometimes I do not use but I always keep as a collection, "he said.

Previously, the "bloggers" in Central Java claimed to be ready to share the science of managing the tour, including teaching tour operators to maximize the function of social media for promotional purposes.

"Blogger" is also ready to teach travel advocates to social media literacy.

In addition to promotions through interesting T-shirts, the tour manager must also actively promote the charm of tourism through social media.

Head of Department of Youth, Sports, and Tourism Central Java Provincial Government Urip Sihabudin as reported by Antara added, currently there are about 551 points of tourist attraction spread across 35 districts / cities.

Hundreds of tourism potential is dominated by artificial tourism, followed by nature tourism, cultural tourism, artificial tourism, and special interest tourism.

"We continue to encourage the development of local tourism potential in various regions in order to be able to compete and known to the wider community," he said.

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