Sedona, AZ (PRWEB) May 20, 2006
With millions of tourists coming to Northern Arizona each year, Gateway To Sedona plans to capture the accounts of visitors with its new feature, Visitor Stories.
Gateway To Sedona, http://www.GatewayToSedona.com , a unique Internet magazine and directory serving Sedona, Arizona, from the Verde Valley to the Grand Canyon, presents current events and informative articles each week to over 50,000 unique visitors. The visitor perspective gives readers a first hand account of the region, adding a new dimension to the web sites information trove.
What better way to inform prospective tourists than to let them hear from someone who has just visited — with the experience of their trip fresh in their minds, states Victoria Oldham, co-publisher of Gateway To Sedona.
Visitor Stories is already among Gateway To Sedonas most popular features. Were getting feedback about the places people stayed and the things they enjoyed, but Im most impressed by the tone of awe and excitement evident in many of the accounts. Its very revealing, adds Oldham.
Visitors to Gateway To Sedona can submit their story online to http://www.GatewayToSedona.com/VisitorStoryPost , along with a photo or two. To address privacy concerns, only first names and states of residence accompany each story. We want to encourage a straightforward, honest narrative, especially since people are taking the time to write about their actual experiences, says Oldham.
Contributors of stories accepted for publication receive the Gateway To Sedona 2006 – 2007 Visitor and Web Guide, a new, full color regional guidebook, complete with area information and original maps. Web site visitors can view the online version of the guidebook here: http://www.gatewaytosedona.com/VisitorGuide2006/pages/FrontCover/VisitorGuide2006.php.
The link to Visitor Stories appears on the home page of Gateway To Sedona: http://www.GatewayToSedona.com/VisitorStories .
About Gateway To Sedona
Gateway To Sedona is Sedona, Arizonas, most popular web site, a unique online magazine with the focus on tourists to Northern Arizona. New articles and features are published daily and syndicated via RSS feeds. Once just an online resource, Gateway To Sedona now publishes a 176-page printed, digest-size full color guidebook that sends readers online for special offers, including lodging and tour bargains.
Gateway To Sedona is headquartered in Sedona, with its office location at 44 Stutz Bearcat Dr., Sedona, AZ, 86336. For more information, call 928-282-4326, or log on to http://www.GatewayToSedona.com.
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