A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR DESTINATION BRANDING IN JAWA TIMUR, INDONESIA

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  • Novan Andrianto
  • Darwin Yuwono Riyanto
  • Abdullah Khoir Riqqoh
  • Achmad Yanu Alif Fianto
Keywords: Destination, Image, Branding, Visit Decision

Abstract

This article receives a sociological point of view to inspect the wonder of destination branding. Summoning the social trade hypothesis as the establishment and its mind boggling trade framework as its system, the part expounds the uniqueness of provincial destination as a social structure as opposed to a market or authoritative element. A branding model for provincial destinations is proposed and showed through a contextual investigation. The model promoters a network based way to deal with image examine as a stage on which the branding procedure happens. The part reports the near findings on the image as anticipated by a destination promoting association, seen by present and potential visitors, and wanted by neighborhood occupants. By featuring the job of host network's cooperation in the travel industry branding, the investigation advises its definition as a proceeding with procedure to make full of feeling encounters through structure an exceptional personality and supporting a predictable image that sincerely bond with inhabitants and reverberate with visitors.

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Published
2019-12-09
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Andrianto, N., Riyanto, D. Y., Riqqoh, A. K., & Fianto, A. Y. A. (2019). A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR DESTINATION BRANDING IN JAWA TIMUR, INDONESIA. Majalah Ekonomi, 24(2), 149-157. https://doi.org/10.36456/majeko.vol24.no2.a2061
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