Instagram has announced a range of positive new features to drive more engagement and revenue. Here’s what your hotel business should know.
Facebook is a huge marketplace for your hotel to attract bookings, but you need to adopt strategies that focus on a full-funnel approach to be successful. Here are some tips.
With Facebook making another major change to its algorithm, your hotel needs to be ready to adapt content and stay engaged with your prospective and existing guests.
Events can be a lucrative activity for your hotel but it’s important you learn how to market them properly. Here’s how Facebook can help.
Hotel advertising on Facebook is not as targeted as it could be according to a recent analysis of more than 100 ads. SiteMinder looks at the findings.
Hotels can get many direct bookings through their Facebook page with an effective strategy in place.
Your hotel should always be keeping up with the latest social media developments. These new Facebook features will help you drive more bookings.
Your guests are using Facebook for at least 20 minutes a day - so what ideas can you use to grow your hotel's Facebook page likes organically?
An online booking engine is your key to commission-free direct bookings; a way to optimise your property’s sales strategy and maximise profit.
This article will detail all the important performance metrics at your hotel and teach you how to easily calculate and evaluate them for the improvement of your business.
Marketing your hotel is a monumental task. This blog teaches you how to use SEO, mobile, social media, video and email to get more awareness and more bookings!
Millennials, Baby Boomers, and Generation X don’t share the same attitudes towards travel. Here’s how they differ and how hotels can capitalise.
The way social media is used has already gone through many changes in its short lifespan. Has your hotel been keeping up with it?
Celebrating 10 years in business, Airbnb has some amazing properties on the books. Here are the highlights, according to global travellers.
Hotel industry trends are often longer lasting than they seem, it’s just that people find new ways to capitalise on them. Here are some that will hold true for your hotel in the future.
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