Visit Jersey’s Website Listings
Jersey.com is the island’s shop window and plays a vital role in promoting Jersey as a visitor destination, inspiring visitors to choose the island for their holidays and promoting all the island has to offer.
All tourism businesses can be listed on jersey.com’s online directory. This is a free opportunity to showcase your business to over 40,000 people who visit the site each month. Include a clear description, a link to your website, contact information and anything else you believe will be useful for potential travellers to know.
Showcasing a Curiously Brit…(ish) island:
- 1.7m* annual prospective website users exposed to your content. * Based on 2019 figures.
- Free publicity using your existing assets
- All our marketing, from campaign, social, digital, press and print media, drives potential visitors to jersey.com.
- 28%+ of prospects who see our campaign advertising visit jersey.com
Make the most of your listing
- Business listings can also be found through keyword searches on the site, so include names and phrases that help identify your business.
- Your listings are free, so create a listing for each of your Jersey businesses and experiences for maximum exposure.
- Be creative with your copy, upload captivating, seasonal imagery and share engaging content and product information. Whether you have an exciting upcoming event, a new product launch or an irresistible offer; help spread the word about your organisation.
- Upload offers and events to your listing when you have them so you can further incentivise web users to visit your business.
“We’ve been able to exceed our 2019 UK visitor numbers, in a time when our visitor numbers to Jersey are still not at 100% of what they were in 2019.”
“This suggests of the people arriving in Jersey, we have a much greater market-share than what we did before we utilised Visit Jersey’s latest segmentation.
I’d urge other partners to see the value in this research, and use it to their advantage – hopefully you see the same results that we have.”
Jess Coleman, Head of Marketing, Jersey Heritage