With 500 million active daily users, Instagram is the go-to platform for the food industry. But, how do you use Instagram to market your restaurant? Here’s a guide to getting on the ‘Gram – and getting it right with planning, posting, optimizing, and advertising.
In addition to increasing visibility and accessing a larger customer base, moving your offline business online makes you more competitive. There are many benefits to moving your offline business online. However, it may be overwhelming to start from the beginning. Here are six factors to consider.
The hospitality industry has been hit hard by COVID-19, and it’s difficult to see silver linings in immense uncertainty and tragic circumstances. Here are 10 inspirational ways the hospitality industry is embracing positivity.
By 2020, more than 5 billion people will use social media platforms. The team at MicroCreatives put together this overview and infographic of social media content trends that are anticipated to be popular across social media in 2020 and the coming years. See what could work for your brand and start planning ahead.
“Growth hacking” is a popular term these days. For many, though, it’s easier said than done. When it comes to social media, several tried-and-true public relations practices can create effective growth hacking strategies. Here are three key public relations tactics that can help lead to significant growth on social media.
Marketing to millennials can be tricky. These 17–36-year-olds are 2.5x more likely than other generations to be early adopters when it comes to technology. They’re also, of course, connected—to the internet, to their devices, to social media platforms.
Calls-to-Action are the final gateway before website visitors become paying customers. This infographic shows the five most-used CTA designs on the Internet along with the explanation of how each design works.
MGM Resorts in Las Vegas just introduced the most hassle-free resort experience! Their mobile app now allows mobile, self check-in. Until now, other hotel groups with mobile check-in required advanced notice. Now, guests have near-instant access to their rooms.
Indivigital recently published a report on the Facebook performance of leading brands. The Facebook study concluded the world’s top 100 brands have an average engagement rate of 0.12 percent on Facebook. The average engagement rate with 74 outliers removed is 0.10 percent.
If you want to know how to use social media to market your resort, review Westgate Resorts. Through interactive elements, effective calls-to-action, user-generated content, and more, they effectively use social media to sell their resort experience.
Marriott International has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to social media and the travel industry. They’re partnering with social media sensation “Carpet Dad” for a new hotel marketing campaign to build brand awareness.
The process of growing your online brand involves continually extending your domain of authority and influence and make your online presence increasingly compelling and competitive. Luckily, there are many strategies you can utilize to realize this objective. Here are three of them.
The wedding industry is a large business driver for hotels. Many women use Pinterest to plan their big days, so Four Season Hotels and Resorts partnered with BridalGuide.com for a wedding-focused Pinterest contest.
DoubleTree launched its latest integrated marketing campaign, “Your Warm Cookie Awaits” which has refreshed creative, PR, social media, digital and other activations to inspire a more welcoming world.
Anyone interested in 2017 hotel trends and connecting with independent hotel leaders would be remiss to not consider this event! Independent Lodging Congress is in Brooklyn October 4-6.
This is the first generation of digital natives and their buying and spending habits will be heavily influenced by how you appeal to them. Here’s what you need to know about marketing to Gen Z.