Three Key Trends for Social Media in the Hospitality Industry in 2013.
Twitter is one of the most widely used social media platforms on the web today and a great portal for catching up on news, sharing information and promoting your personal or business profile. It’s also a great opportunity for link building – if you know where to go.
Commercial catering companies operate in a number of environments, like music festivals, sporting venues and even weddings. Such companies are so common in everyday life that their presence is often taken for granted. Another component that is frequently overlooked is the waste these companies will inevitably produce.
Smashburger was born to carry the torch for the modern burger lover. Where “smash. sizzle. savor” means a dedication to creating the best-tasting “smashed-to-order” burger.
Gogobot is announcing that it will be teaming up with Travel + Leisure to bring its 2.5 million registered users a streaming feed of the publication’s best photos, reviews and destinations.
Total Wine & More is America‘s largest independent retailer of fine wine. They currently operate over 85 superstores across 14 states and are growing rapidly. The typical store carries more than 8,000 different wines from every wine-producing region in the world.
Big Train has made great strides in the social space. They provide the ability to subscribe, read reviews and purchase products easily straight from the Big Train Facebook page.
Each day for the next 12 days, we’ll be highlighting a brand and some of the noteworthy things they have going on or have in store. First giveaway: Yogurtland
From online booking to social media, technology is definitely trending in the hospitality industry. The latest infographic from The National Business Research Institute takes a look at the rise of some of the most popular trends in hospitality.