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New Social Media Campaign Promotes Bali Tourism

October 12, 2017 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

The Campaign

The campaign #iaminBaliNOW is modeled after a very similar successful scheme, tried and tested in Nepal. It is a brand new crowd-sourced, social media campaign to advise friends and visitors that Bali is open for business and tourism as usual. The campaign showcases Bali as it is now, with reliable, up-to-date information, facts, photos and stories.

The #iaminBaliNOW campaign is a collaboration between travel agents, resorts, shops, restaurants, yoga centers and suppliers – all located in Bali – who care for their island. It has the support of tourism experts and special input and guidance from our friends in Nepal, who launched Nepal Now, after the devastating earthquake the country suffered in the spring of 2015.
I am in Bali NOW

How does it work?

  • Explain the campaign to your staff and ask them to change their profile photos to the #iaminBaliNow image
  • Explain it to tourists and let them share it on social media by posting photos of themselves in Bali whilst tagging your business and using: #iaminBaliNOW

If you are a tourism operator located in Bali, please help us by sharing positive content about your actual activities and traveller’s experiences on your social media outlet using the hashtag #iaminBaliNOW

We urge you to encourage people to visit Bali, as tourism is one of the main economic activities that generates much-needed jobs and injects much-needed currency into our economy – especially critical in this time of need.

Thanks for collaborating with our island!

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