When it comes to pop-up ads, tactfulness and consideration are key.
Theres a popular saying that reads, 'Identity influences behavior.' This proves to be an especially important understanding of hospitality. As industry leaders work to identify (and cater to) the entirety of the guest journey, from pre-stay to post-stay, we are constantly faced with the question like: What do guests want most, and why? What is their motivation for traveling? What makes an exceptional trip?
iSeatz and Skiftx released the report focusing on ancillary portfolios, and loyalty integrations for 30+ major hospitality brands.
When I speak with hotel sales leaders at my training workshops and conference presentations, and when I read interviews with them in hotel trade publications such as this one, it seems that most are buying-in to these three myths about hotel sales in the current era: – The most important factor in closing more leads is to be the first to respond. – The second key to success is having the coolest PDF or online brochure, with more pictures than everyone else. – Planners who send digital inquiries do not want to talk or correspond; they only want to get the proposal they asked for.
Four Ways Hotels Can Aggressively Acquire New Emails
Newly released white paper reveals proven OTA strategies that hoteliers can seize upon to combat growing online competition and improve direct booking results.
Newly released e-book delves into the most critical data uncovered by Fuels annual study, which analyzes the evolving booking behavior of todays leisure travelers
Four offer tactics luxury hotels can leverage to fill room nights and need periods
Travel influencers are having a moment. With the ability to showcase stunning photography and lesser-known parts of the world, social media is the perfect platform for avid travelers to gain a following. This provides the perfect opportunity for hotel brands to partner with influencers and tap into those audiences in order to reach ideal guests.
The more we dig into generational travel, the more we realize another, equally important trend – multigenerational travel. In fact, the rise in multigenerational travel is, arguably, positioned to change the hotel and travel industry.