With an increase in use of social media and technology, hotels are keeping up with demands from their customers. Here are 7 tech trends hotels are embracing
The number of brands using selfies on Facebook and Twitter are riding. So, here is some gear that can help your brand take the best selfies yet.
Ensure you can bring in more business thanks to excellent customer service by leveraging the power of testimonials, case studies and unique customer service channels to build trust with potential customers and keep your current ones happy.
GrubHub, Audi, and Sour Patch Kids are using Snapchat marketing and brand campaigns to reach millennials.
Hotels with three stars are reserved exclusively for the nation’s highest end boutique and chain hotels. Here’s more about European hotel star rating systems.
Hospitality marketers should make use of Facebook’s free engagement tactics to increase sales and leverage their hotel’s brand on the platform.
In order to focus on the customer, businesses should encourage feedback, have fast responses, and use reputation management to better customer relations.
Thanks to Facebook’s new Businesses on Messenger application, customers can contact businesses using the Messenger app, just as they would any of their friends or loved ones.
Building on a history of innovation, the Four Seasons Private Jet exemplifies the company’s commitment to evolving the guest experience to anticipate and exceed the changing needs of the modern luxury traveller.
Using an integrated mix of traditional and digital marketing techniques, also known as “Demand Marketing,” will deliver you to your destination.
In-room iPads, digital check-ins and smart lighting are just some of the features in London’s most high-tech hotels.
Use these tips on how to best utilize photography to improve your brand’s social media platforms and keep millennials sticking around.
Mobile marketing will advance in overtaking the console industry with the rising quality of smartphones and high quality graphics available.