Cross promotion is designed for customers who buy a certain product, with the sole aim of incentivizing customers to buy related products as well.
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.
The use of mobile apps in the hospitality industry continues to rise. Individuals use apps to find deals, make reservations, and read reviews.
Here are the top five tips for curating and managing a killer social media strategy for boutique hotels.
In a move to harness the passion of a generation of food and drink entrepreneurs, Marriott International is launching CANVAS, a global incubator that will help hungry entrepreneurs realize their vision for amazing food and drink concepts in the company’s hotels.
With so many options available, how can hotels create the best romantic hotel experience? Follow these four tips to entice couples to stay at your hotel.
Hotels can use YouTube to both increase sales and market their brand to nearly one billion unique users who visit the video sharing platform every month. Here are three tips for marketing executives starting their YouTube campaigns from scratch.
Four Seasons is launching Energy by Four Seasons and, in conjunction, the Four Seasons #30DaysofEnergy Challenge will launch on November 1, with a new “challenge” shared each day on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Hospitality pros need to experiment with new approaches and strategies, especially ones that embrace tech. Here are hospitality marketing books to read.
Here are four ways that mobile technology has changed business communications in the hospitality industry, as well as some pros and cons of those changes.
Through developing meaningful, relevant content that appealed to the target audience, Avanti Resort was able to grow their Facebook presence significantly.
Software Advice conducted an online survey of 1,936 randomly selected U.S. consumers about their likeliness to deliver feedback in terms of timing, method and incentives. Here are the important takeaways.