It will be extremely hard to avoid all negative reviews at your hotel but there are some common causes that are very easy to avoid if you take the time to learn them.
We’ve all felt at some stage like we’re missing out on something. It happens every day, so why not use FOMO marketing at your hotel to capture bookings?
The sharing economy has to work very hard to build trust in its services from users and hotels can learn from this experience.
To get more bookings and better conversions it’s important to target your marketing properly. Use this advice from Expedia to find the right guests for your hotel.
Solo travel, particularly among women, is on the rise so your hotel needs to be aware of how to attract this special market. Here are some winning tips.
With the final stages of the competition upon us, we began to wonder which countries would advance through the tournament if the world cup was decided on hotel booking sales instead of goals scored. Check out the wall chart here.
When writing content for your hotel’s guests, there are some guiding principles of online writing you should try to stick to. Here’s how to be creative when you have new blogging ideas.
The amount of data now afforded to hoteliers via technology is now so wide-ranging it can be overwhelming. Sometimes it’s easier to focus on the simple ways to increase website conversions, and you can find some here.
Social media marketing is a powerful way to boost brand awareness and convert bookings. Here’s how to increase engagement for your hotel.
Learn about this new technology in our on-demand webinar where we explain the details behind selling your rooms via Airbnb.
Not everything you do has to be new. There are some marketing principles which have held true over a long period of time. Here are some simple lessons you can repeat at your hotel.
Instagram has announced a range of positive new features to drive more engagement and revenue. Here’s what your hotel business should know.
Airbnb have a good handle on how to give guests great destination content and personal recommendations. Here’s how you can do it at your hotel.
The guest experience extends much further than welcoming travellers once they arrive at your hotel. You need to consider them when they begin researching.
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.