For marketers of hotels, tours, and travel services, travel remarketing is an effective way to get a second chance to convert valuable traffic.
Four Seasons has done an exceptional job integrating social media into their website and general marketing, and constantly continues to expand its social media presence.
The needs of business are always driven by changes in customer demand. Nowhere is that more true than in the service industry, and a more sophisticated clientele is forcing hospitality managers to enlist new technology to help serve client needs.
Swiss-based Treovi.com, the first truly 100% no commissions online hotel reservation system, has launched a new beta of its website.
The Honest Company was started to ensure that parents (or anyone for that matter!) could easily find non-toxic, eco-friendly products that are beautiful, affordable, and effective.
Three Key Trends for Social Media in the Hospitality Industry in 2013.
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.
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.
Wedding registries are beneficial for both couples and venues as couples can register for wedding components rather than household items they don’t need, and the venue gets advertising.
Pfister Hotel’s Narrator program involved the hotel hiring a “writer-in-residence” to spend time in the hotel’s lobby, speak with visitors and guests and share their stories on the Pfister’s blog
Hotels.com, the leading authority on destination travel for consumers searching for hotel deals, amenities and availability, announced today the launch of its Deals Facebook app, which delivers tailored deals that are informed through user preferences and friend activity.