The social media addict is, perhaps, one of society's most misunderstood members. Your boss has forbidden you from using Facebook at work, your friends have accused you of not having ...
Holiday Inn’s new campaign celebrates the inspiring journeys of guests by sharing their unique narratives through their first digitally-led marketing approach.
Last week, Facebook debuted a new “save” feature that allows users to save pages or posts that interest them. The hospitality industry can leverage this.
‘Your Memories’ displays photos of captured moments, tagged with #RCMemories, shared by guests on Twitter and Instagram. Guests may also submit photos directly through the website to be a part of the memory collection and display.
Here are some compelling reasons why your hotel needs Instagram, as well as some of the benefits of the new Instagram 6.0.
There are a variety of ways that hotels and restaurants can optimize social media. They include hosting events; humanizing their brands; managing customer service; nurturing communities; and offering value.
Facebook graph search provides users with a Facebook version of what most of us do in Google, only it makes the results hyper-relevant.
With a family- friendly and child-focused Facebook Contest called #MaxineTakesManhattan, the Four Seasons Hotel New York aimed to generate awareness about the hotel and increase weekend bookings for families during the summer months.
Knowing to whom you’re speaking, establishing trust, and telling stories are some ways to find and establish your most desired voice on social media.
How do you make guests feel valued? One way is to utilize a new technology like the one offered by GuestDriven.
Aloft’s innovative and exclusive initiatives set it apart. Aloft recently announced that select properties will roll out Keyless Check-In, allowing guests to use their smartphones to check in to the hotel and open their guestroom door.
With more hotels, resorts and private residences being added to its robust pipeline, Four Seasons continues to expand its influence and global footprint.
It is important for companies to recognize the significant role that “social proof” plays in the decisions of their customers, and to use it to their own advantage.