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Montana ad campaign goes viral, upping expectations for tourist season

In marketing terms, “going viral” can mean taking advantage of social media to spread a message, or to relying on other, unpaid media and word-of-mouth to give a campaign legs far beyond its initial exposure and cost.

Website offers rural excursion ideas

The site provides detailed recommendations on where to hunt, fish, hike, raft, or even picnic. With each activity, you can get as detailed as you want, specifying if you are interested in big game hunting or whether you would like to conduct your outdoor adventure alone or with a tour-group.

Happy Wanderer: Whitefish — It’ll change how you think about Montana

Montana "… There’s nothing here. Playing on a common misconception about the Big Sky state, this is Montana’s tourism slogan.

Turns out, the joke’s on us.

In Montana and Chicago, it’s the people that matter most

It’s who we are that matters, and no towering peaks or golden plains can redeem us when we fail to prove ourselves worthy of our surroundings.

Chicago’s fine and all … but it’s no Montana – Missoula website brings Montana v. Chicago up a notch

Montanans have taken to the Trib’s website to good-naturedly comment on some Chicago "nature."

Montana Clings To The Wild – Affordable Outdoor Adventures Await

Montana is a state that has not lost its sense of adventure. While many places in the American West have become urban centric, Montana still clings to what makes it special, its wild places.

The Montana Brewery Trail website

Montanans take their beer seriously, and in recent years, this passion has resulted in a crop of outstanding craft breweries.

Tourism dept. marketing Montana’s High Plains to western Mont., N.D.

“It’s getting discovered.”

MT Tourism Week: North Dakota High School Students Select Great Falls for Senior Trip

Great Falls use to be the overnight stop. But now, more visitors are seeing the Electric City as the destination with museums and attractions, many of which are free.

Alaska Airlines puts Montana on sale

Offering everything from luxury lodges to family dude ranches to camping under the stars, it’s seems there’s a Montana for every budget, and thanks to Alaska Airlines, it’s now cheaper to get there.