It’s easy for consumers to point out bad customer service. But what about good customer service? Sometimes it doesn’t get any (or enough) recognition. Salesforce put together this overview of customer service lessons from Apple and Spotify.
Restaurant marketing is forever changed by Instagram. In addition to posting food shots and running Instagram ads, here are five other tactics for leveraging Instagram marketing for restaurants.
Because customer loyalty is paramount to business success, it’s important to understand the wants and needs of your audience. And with the proliferation of online businesses, many changes have been made with regard to how companies market to their audiences.
When it is used properly, social media can be a gold mine for businesses. Conversely, when social media is not used properly, you risk damage to your brand. Here are five mistakes that can ruin your brand’s reputation.
Yelp has the reputation for being the review site that matters most to restaurants, but a recent study suggests change is coming. Google Business Listings gain new reviews faster than any other review site including Yelp, TripAdvisor, Facebook and Foursquare. In fact, Google appears to outpacing Yelp by almost 200%.
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.
AI and hospitality compliment each other in many ways. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is playing a growing role in hotels around the world. AI can enhance the visitor experience. It doesn’t have to replace your personal touch. Here’s why you should consider using AI at your hotel.
There are many challenges in hospitality marketing. In the era of rapid tech advances and ever-so-demanding travelers, it’s even more difficult to know how to use social media in the best way. Here are six tips on how to use social media in an effective way.
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.
It takes trust for customers to interact with brands. While it may take ages for a brand to earn a trustworthy reputation, a single marketing mistake can cause it to crash. Here are four marketing tips to ensure your reputation remains in tact.
Consumers use online reviews as a research tool when they search for local businesses. 2018 brings many notable shifts among online review trends. The “2018 ReviewTrackers Online Reviews Survey: Statistics and Trends” provides insight on these trends along with tips for enhancing reputation management.
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.
Accustomed to instant communication, Millennials have higher customer service expectations than any previous generation. To meet the growing expectations of Millennial customers, contact centers are now in high demand.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information. Hotels should take necessary action to safeguard personal data to avoid the financial repercussions that could result from lack of compliance.
It can be hard and time-consuming to continuously come up with new ideas for great content. You can save time, effort, and resources by re-purposing content you’ve already created. Here are a few ideas for how to re-purpose old content for new audiences.
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.
While many technological changes are positive, some are not. Here are a few of the ways tech is influencing the hospitality industry.