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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Door-County-Camping.com Now Part of Navigator!


Early last month, DoorCountyNavigator.com acquired Door-County-Camping.com. The mother site's family of websites now includes Navigator, DoorCountyDining.com, and now Door-County-Camping.com. Below is our press release!

For release: February 26, 2009
Contact: Donna Marie Pocius
Donna Marie Pocius Writing Services
donnamarie@dcwis.com

Door-County-Camping.com now part of DoorCountyNavigator.com brand.

Door-County-Camping.com is part of the DoorCountyNavigator.com family of Web sites effective in February.

The camping dotcom joins Web sites owned by Dan Silvestri. The former Microsoft sales and marketing professional founded the “Navigator” online travel guide to Door County in 2000. In 2005, he acquired DoorCountyDining.com.

“Now, with the acquisition of Door-County-Camping.com, we are extending our reach under the DoorCountyNavigator.com brand,” Silvestri said.

“We anticipate that we will reach more people interested in camping in Door County and provide them with helpful information that they can use to choose a campground or RV park.”

The camping dotcom includes profiles and graphics of area campgrounds/RV parks as well as maps and ideas for things to do. Also online are videos, ratings, a blog, e-newsletter and contests.

Silvestri’s plans include adding additional in-person reviews of campgrounds, beefing up content with information about equipment and more, and promoting the site to prospective campers.

“If people are looking to camp or RV here, they will be on Door-County-Camping.com and DoorCountyNavigator.com. So, campgrounds and RV parks need to be represented and linked up,” Silvestri said.

In addition to campgrounds, Silvestri said the camping dotcom appeals to Door County restaurants, grocery stores, activity providers and other businesses that serve campers.

“We reach campers at their moment of decision,” Silvestri said of the value of online marketing. “And we make it easy for people to find our advertisers.”

Also, the family of Web sites is cross-linked, and Silvestri anticipates that people will surf them all.

“All the sites are packed with useful information, and people can move across them with ease,” he said. More information is available at Door-County-Camping.com or by e-mailing Silvestri at Dan@DoorCountyNavigator.com

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations! You guys keep getting better and better!

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