Visitorsⓘ com network


Since 1935

Imagine I said to you in 1935, that one day there would be a Visitorsⓘ center, for the whole Earth 👽 (it was on May 4th 1935 in Buffalo USA that the world's first welcome center for visitors was opened).

Even though in 2022 there were 917 million international tourism visitors, this was below pre pandemic levels.

The success of the iMac and other Apple products using the "i" prefix led to a trend of "i" themed domain name registrations in the late 1990s and early 2000s, which extended to other letters and prefixes as well. This resulted in a limited supply of domain names with the letter "i" when purposing it as an information symbol for mobile marketing or branding activities.

In 2001 the first emoji domains were created, followed by the approval of the first IDN (International Domain Name) in 2007. These are significant milestones in the development of the internet, giving people around the world the ability to communicate and access information more freely online. Emoji domains were later abandoned owing to problems with differentiating similar looking emoji, due to constraints of screen resolution.

simply put

punycode for information

xn--visitors-cma com

The word information contains 11 letters, ⓘ There are 6500 languages in use today, and a great deal of them are familiar with the information symbol as it appears in almost all of our daily lives. It is difficult to estimate the exact number of visitors information centers worldwide, however some estimates suggest that there could be tens of thousands of visitors information centers worldwide, ranging from small information booths located in local parks or community centers to larger visitor centers located at popular tourist destinations or national parks, shopping malls and factories. These centers can offer a range of services and information to visitors and tourists, including maps, brochures, directions, and recommendations for local activities, attractions, accommodations and hazards.

For more info about Emoji Domains go to “Emoji Domains” Wikipedia.

Mobile Marketing 2023

It's the year 2023 and in this new age of travel, technology and travel often go hand in hand. I'm excited to share with you a new idea for promoting tourism destinations. A modern, innovative twist on the traditional visitors information center, using emoji subdomains on the domain name Visitorsⓘ.com.







The generic "Visitorsⓘ" logo has a long and trusted history in the tourism industry, and I believe that this idea can build on that legacy in a powerful and meaningful way.

By creating emoji subdomains that correspond to popular destinations and attractions, we can make it easier and more fun for tourists to explore the world, while maintaining the strong brand recognition and equity associated with Visitorsⓘ.

Here are just a few of the benefits that our idea could provide for tourists and the tourism coordinators.

Improved visitor experience.

With emoji subdomains, tourists can quickly and easily find information about popular destinations and attractions. This can help them make the most of their visit and increase their overall satisfaction with the region.

Enhanced engagement.

Emoji subdomains are fun, creative and engaging, and can help create a sense of excitement and anticipation for tourists as they plan their trip.

Greater reach and impact.

By leveraging the power of the internet and social media, the idea of mobile marketing has the potential to reach a wide audience of potential tourists, both locally and internationally. This can help put attractions on the map as a must visit destination, increasing awareness and interest in a region.

Overall, this idea represents a powerful and innovative way to promote tourism, while building on the strong brand equity and recognition associated with Visitorsⓘ.


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