We’ve worked very hard to perfect our presentation,” said Gabrielle Watts, General Manager. “With the dedication of InterCoastal Net Designs and our marketing team, we have a product that sells and we are proud to share that.
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Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) March 8, 2011
In a new digital economy, businesses have to be well-suited for the job. And that means sharpening their virtual apparel.
For Tilghman Beach & Golf Resort, image is everything. After months of building, composing and preparing, a new and improved website is available to the public, giving the North Myrtle Beach resort much to look forward to in the upcoming months.
“This new site is exactly what Tilghman [Beach & Golf Resort] wants everyone to see. We have a new staff in place accompanied with some great summer specials and special events to provide our guests with the best summer ever” says John Agness, Marketing Director. “We have made a lot of changes since last summer and we want our virtual presence to reflect that.”
Change has been a great element for Tilghman Beach & Golf Resort as they’ve implemented new staff, new marketing strategies and new concepts to help increase traffic to the website as well as promote campaigns such as “Tilghman Cares” through every method of the Tilghman experience. The most significant change is the Myrtle Beach accommodations website which features dynamic visuals of the resort along with a landscape that captures detailing information regarding accommodations, amenities and the surrounding Myrtle Beach area.
“We’ve worked very hard to perfect our presentation,” said Gabrielle Watts, General Manager. “With the dedication of InterCoastal Net Designs and our marketing team, we have a product that sells and we are proud to share that.”
Accompanying the website is a golf section, complete with its own Myrtle Beach Golf site and reservation center for booking golf packages. Tilghman Beach & Golf Resort is also virtually sustained by Twitter, Facebook, and an active blog. Residents can also check in via FourSquare. In today’s digital age, being socially connected is more of a need than a hobby.
“Meeting people and their expectation is the business that we’re in,” said Agness. “The Internet is just one more avenue in sharing the Tilghman experience.”