Measurement and Tracking
This section of Driving Financial Sustainability of Byway Organizations provides suggestions for where to find assistance in objectively documenting the economic and social impact of your byway/byway organization and how to develop your own measurement and tracking tools.
Click on the links below to learn about:
• Apply Common Sense to Developing Your Own Measurement Resources - Dean Campbell of the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway shares from his thirty-odd years experience with marketing and measuring the impact of businesses, industrial and retail operations.
• Byway Conducts Own Economic Impact Study - A profile of Seaway Trail’s Road Scholar traveler tracking program
• Marketing Research: Capturing Your Customer’s View - An America’s Byways Resource Center Tele-Workshop Fact Sheet with information on mail, intercept and telephone surveys, and a basic conversion study how-to
• North American Industry Classification System: Is Byway-Specific Coding Possible?
• Quantifying the Economic Impacts of Scenic Byway Designation - A research note from the National Scenic Byway Resource Center’s Economic Development Research Group
• Tracking Down Measurement Resources - Tracking and measurement suggestions from byway representatives
• University-Based Tracking Resources: An Objective Measurement Option
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