Now available for viewing and download, the NextGuest Q1 2020 Whitepaper: The Hotel Digital Marketers Whitepaper, covers current trends and industry insights hoteliers should be paying attention to in order to have a strong digital presence. The whitepaper takes a deep dive into strategies that will help to reach different audiences in different stages of their travel planning journey.
SiteMinder today reveals its annual lists of the distribution channels that brought the highest booking revenue to hotels over the past year. Varying across 20 of the worlds top tourism destinations, the lists reveal the fast-growing successes of both direct booking strategies for hotels and the growth strategies of the travel industrys consolidation-hungry giants.
If your property website currently has an Instagram feed application, it will no longer work in coming weeks. It must be updated to an approved, secure connection, in order to keep that photography feed flowing onto your website.
Its not just the start of a new year, but a new decade – meaning there are new updates, announcements, and initiatives kicking off around the industry. Read on to discover the top five things you need to know now in hotel digital marketing and make sure you start the new decade off on the right foot.
A new year is the perfect opportunity to reflect on the previous year: What brought the most success? What could be improved? What can we add to our current marketing plan to ensure even higher success in 2020? With the industry constantly evolving and improving, we have put together some top digital trends hoteliers should keep on their radar to create a successful digital strategy in 2020.
The hospitality business has always been a competitive one. Now, with the arrival of platforms like vacation rentals,& BnB; hotels, lodges and guesthouses alike will have to up their game even further to stand out. Hotel marketing coach Are Morch shares his tips.
Web design trends are constantly changing and in 2020, the technical possibilities seem endless!
Hoteliers are always looking for ways to improve their digital strategies and turn every dollar into an even greater revenue-driving initiative. Every hoteliers marketing mix should include metasearch – especially considering all of the new and exciting updates coming to existing metasearch platforms and search engines.
89% of Travelers Said a Thoughtful Response to a Negative Review Improved Their Impression of a Business, Showing the Effectiveness of Owners Responding to All Types of Reviews
Bridging the gap between the operations staff and the marketing team is an age-old problem that has faced many hotels. In this episode of the award-winning Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast, we tap into the brain of a bonafide hotel operator, Wil Slickers, and discuss some ideas that may help you to get every team member into alignment and eliminate the silos so that you can better serve your guest.