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Thomas P Wilkinson May 29
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Susan Katz Jan 16
AND before, after or on a return visit, see Beyond the Blue line. Contact members of the Guides Association of NYC for customized tours.
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Stan O'Connor Nov 20
Today's topic is Thanksgiving. What groups are you working with this week? Will you be busy this frigid Thanksgiving morning? How is next month looking?
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Aaron Tabackman Oct 16
I’m surprised no one has mentioned SEO yet in regards to marketing. How often do you work on your websites’ SEO in order to improve on your marketing?
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Stan O'Connor Nov 26
Tomorrow's topic is tours. What tours do you create? ? Three Kings Day? Holiday Lights tours? My friend did tours and took guests into what he called "the shrine," a drugstore Santa display!
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Mary Lane @NewYorkCliche Aug 7
I once blogged about the guys who sell comedy tickets in Times Square, "Do you like comedy?" " Do you like to laugh?" I wrote this post in 2011 and it STILL gets angry comments from comics who take it to seriously!
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Stan O'Connor Jan 7
The off season. pros of the northern world, What are your plans for this relatively -free time? ? Courses? Website upgrade? Talk about them on Twitter on Tuesday in the . Start with this hashtag and converse with us.
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Guides Association Sep 18
One key thing for any professional guide or website: Have a clearly stated cancellation policy, as well as how tours would be handled in different weather situations. Make sure customers are aware of these policies ahead of time.
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Terrible Tour Guide Aug 7
Sometimes when using jokes on a you have to be careful not to offend.
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Isle Of New York Tours Sep 25
I had to walk around Central Park several times in order to build up my Pokemon go tore up Central Park. I was not paid for that time or research. Tourism jobs are not like other jobs. We don't get paid while we're learning how to please the customers!
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Claudia Toback 12 Dec 17
Cititrek for your customized tours and tour packages in all the boroughs. "We take you where you want to go!"
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Custom NYC Tours Dec 18
The classic holiday tours are windows & lights along 5th avenue (ending at Rockefeller Center, of course!), & a journey down to Dyker Heights in Brooklyn to see the jaw-dropping displays. No city beats the pageantry of Christmas in NYC. Love these tours.
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Stan O'Connor Nov 6
12:00 Tuesday. Time for the weekly , extended from now until midnight. This week's topic is politics. When to talk about them on tours? When not to? When to educate about your City's needs? How to answer people who directly ask about ?
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A. J. Stevens Sep 4
Best Block? There's the charming block of mansions on Riverside Drive by 106th Street
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Urban Village Tours Oct 16
Have any of you (or your employees) barked in Times Square or heavily trafficked tourist areas to sell impulsive customers for your same day tours? and used to do this on a daily basis as operators in NYC.
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Custom NYC Tours Dec 18
Replying to @customnyctours
Once the holidays pass, my favorite winter tour to do is my Art Deco & Midtown Landmarks tour. It makes several lengthy indoor stops, so good way to see the sights & not be in the cold all morning. Central Park also nice in winter.
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Aaron Tabackman Jan 8
Replying to @TourguideStan
I’m going to create a brand new tour. (Stay tuned. It’s gonna be huge)! Catch up on some reading. And follow through on all my goals I made for 2019! And maybe take a tour or three.
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Aaron Tabackman Sep 11
I’d like to see if there are any who are members of whose membership fees are much higher than . Is this organization worth joining?
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Fun Foodie NYC Tours Jan 30
As I get ready 4 a trip to Philly I'm shocked at the lack of food tour options in winter--luckily that's not the case in NYC!
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A. J. Stevens Aug 21
Being asked where's the Union Square Trader Joe's apparently it's the biggest and the moms kid worked for Trader Joe's
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