As a hotel owner, you must be looking out for ways to attract new guests to your property, although not be sure where to start from! If you haven’t already designed the pipeline for an effective marketing strategy to attract more guests, we are listing a few of them for you.
Hotels throughout the US—properties large and small, boutique and branded—are catering to travelers’ appetites for "local experiences" with food-and-beverage venues that celebrate local ingredients in unique ways. But little attention is paid to the growing popularity of fast-casual dining, the hybrid concept that blends fast-food or quick-service restaurants with casual dining.
Marriott has a whopping 416,000 followers on Twitter, more than double that of its closest competitors.
The social media platform is designed to allow immediate interaction between customer and hotel proprietor.
On your summer vacation you'll spend more time glued to your smartphone than your beach chair, according to a recent global study.
No matter how amazing your hotel may be, it will not be immune to receiving backlash online at some point. Here are some steps to follow when you receive a negative comment on social media.
To capture the holiday seekers’ imagination early, you need to keep the engagement fire blazing on daily basis because a ton of potential guests are snooping around your social media accounts every day.
Social Media Best Practices in Travel Marketing explains the pros and cons of each key social media, providing tangible examples of how restaurants, hotels, airlines and destinations use them to reach their goals and objectives.
Here are some guidelines on which reviews to comment on, and how to interact with your hotel's social media channels.
The role of social media is changing the nature of travel, as tourists increasingly post their photos online to be viewed and commented on by broad audiences.