Social proof is important to guests and consumers. Now let’s look at the practical applications of social proof for hotels and restaurants.
Your hotel’s history has the potential to attract new guests and keep them coming back. Getting them to book is all about understanding what you already offer as well as how to leverage it.
Now, the availability of free WiFi ranks high for business and leisure travelers when it comes to choosing a suitable bed for the night.
Digital marketing in the cruise industry is fundamental, but there are many pitfalls to avoid. Find out how to overcome the 5 top challenges in the industry.
74% of all web traffic will be video by 2017. With Facebook’s video integration and recent updates, it’s critical to develop a plan for Facebook video marketing.
Chicago’s Kendall College hospitality program is geared toward giving its students real-world experience so they can hit the ground running, filling the roles their employers need.
TripAdvisor has 350 million unique monthly visitors; 90+ million members; 3,000+ employees; and hosts more than 46 million user generated photos.
The New Orleans Marriott reaches millennials with their @NewOrleansAdventure Instagram campaign helping guests and users discover New Orleans’ local gems.
Because most hostel guests are millennials, why not use Facebook to connect with guests? Here is how to market your hostel with Facebook and connect with guests.
Here are a few ways virtual reality is currently being used and other ways it can be implemented among the hospitality industry.
Smith Micro’s intelligent policy-on-device platform with premium voice, video, and content monetization services, provides new opportunities to engage consumers.
Here’s how Marriott and Starwood approached using snapchat for hotels and how other hotels can take their Snapchat marketing to the next level.
Hotels becoming greener, healthier, and offering free WiFi are among the millennial-geared elements affecting hospitality marketing in 2016.
The popularity and reach of online review platforms has grown rapidly. Hotels need to ensure they have a flawless online reputation. 85% of travellers read up to 10 reviews 78 ...
The holiday season is fast approaching and it’s never too soon to start holiday marketing. Here are 4 ways hospitality industry can leverage holiday marketing on social media.
Understanding how to present your destination is key. If you’re looking to market to Chinese tourists, here are a few ways to do so successfully.
Through e-commerce sites and apps, businesses are seeking to harness the power of the internet to battle against sharing economy startups.
September 27th was World Tourism Day and to celebrate this, Ard na Sidhe Country House in Co. Kerry, Ireland, created this infographic on Social Media and Tourism.
Here are a few tips to help you figure out how to use social media to increase sales in an inexpensive and efficient way.