People choose where to eat based on brands that stand out. Here are five ways to promote your brand and stand out from the crowd.
This infographic highlights facts and stats of millennial travel trends and how marketers can effectively reach them across multiple outlets and platforms.
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The Grounds of Alexandria cafe in Sydney uses a stylist and a horticulturist to bring out the beauty of everything they serve. #TheGrounds has become the sixth most Instagrammed location in Australia
Enter to Win concept with workstation on a wooden desk While a customer's need for certain products will certainly get them in the door, it's the contests and giveaways that ...
Social proof is important to guests and consumers. Now let’s look at the practical applications of social proof for hotels and restaurants.
Here are a few easy tips to get your restaurant started with Snapchat, Periscope, and Instagram.
Here are some ways your company can leverage Twitter to deliver better support to your customers.
Here’s your guide to the top three social media outlets and ways to master each one to better serve your customers and increase sales.
74% of all web traffic will be video by 2017. With Facebook’s video integration and recent updates, it’s critical to develop a plan for Facebook video marketing.
The New Orleans Marriott reaches millennials with their @NewOrleansAdventure Instagram campaign helping guests and users discover New Orleans’ local gems.
Have you ever wondered how much data is created on your favorite social sites? Now you can check it out by using the “Social Media in Real Time” counter.
Hotels becoming greener, healthier, and offering free WiFi are among the millennial-geared elements affecting hospitality marketing in 2016.
Here are a few examples of hardware and software your marketing team can use to enhance your social media presence and build your network.
LA agency High Wide & Handsome hired renowned food blogger Julie Lee of Julie’s Kitchen to be the agency’s “food artist-in-residence.”