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.
The National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) will host its first-ever Social Media Fundraising Party on November 14, 2012 to celebrate National Family Literacy Month. For 24 hours, they plan reach as many people as possible via social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook and various blogs, the goal being for fans and followers donate to NCFL through an online gift of any amount.
Tripbnb, the world’s first online social travel marketplace, is offering travel perks to people who might be interested in making a financial contribution that will help towards the development of ...
Whether you have a great job, a less than great job, or are unemployed, becoming social media savvy could help you further your career
Social networks continue to have a rising influence on travel. This infographic from highlights some significant figures related to how reviews, website traffic and travel decisions are all affected by social networks.
Since Google released Penguin, it has aimed the algorithm at sites whose SEO practices were considered to be heavy on spam type tactics.
Through social media, cruise lines are able to reach a segment of the population that has definite financial potential.
The growth and fame of social media is a phenomenon that all businesses have had to embrace. Hospitality, more than any other industry is about people
Social media has helped make the hiring process and the job seeking process more manageable. These avenues also help narrow down employers and candidates to niches much more specific than if someone were to simply post a job opening on a generic job board.