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.
A recent survey conducted by Travel Technology Europe showed that 71% of the people who responded believe that social media, specifically sites like Facebook and Twitter was essential to their business.
In order to win over these potential clients, travel agents must provide them with compelling reasons to use their services. And many are choosing to share these “compelling reasons” through social media marketing.
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.
Qantas and KLM airlines have instituted technology and personnel that allows them to easily monitor digital conversations posted on social media. Rather than doing a search by keyword, the airline’s customer care teams monitor via GPS co-ordinates.