The way social media is used has already gone through many changes in its short lifespan. Has your hotel been keeping up with it?
Chatbots are being heralded as a huge advantage when it comes to guest experience, but what about the impact on revenue?
Instagram has announced a range of positive new features to drive more engagement and revenue. Here’s what your hotel business should know.
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.
These 15 stats from SiteMinder justify why your hotel needs to be engaging in social media marketing.
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.
Hotels can get many direct bookings through their Facebook page with an effective strategy in place.
More and more people are using social media to influence the way they plan and participate in travel. Learn more in this exciting webinar...
Social media channels are always adding features that can help your hotel business. Read about the social media updates in this SiteMinder round-up.
With some changes to the way hashtags work on Instagram, what should hoteliers know about gaining engagement on the popular channel. SiteMinder explores.
Social media marketing should be a crucial part of your hotel’s strategy as it’s where your prospective guests are. So how are hotels mastering social media? Here are three great examples of hotels getting it right...
In this video, SiteMinder provides useful insights into how travellers use social media to plan their trip and engage with it during and after their stay.
Your hotel should always be keeping up with the latest social media developments. These new Facebook features will help you drive more bookings.
Social media has changed the way the world connects, engages, and communicates. In this eBook we explore useful insights into how travellers use social media to plan their trips and engage with it during and after their stay.