These 3 Site Improvements Create A Better Experience For Users
July 9, 2018
As a business owner, you want your website to generate revenue, but converting visitors into customers is not always easy. Poor website interactions, slow load times, and bad follow through are just some of the reasons why your site might not be performing up to speed.
There’s no better time than now to be in the hotel business, with the AHLA reporting more than 1B guests stay in American hotels every year. Getting these customers might not be easy. Making sure you have these 4 parts of your business plan in order, can make occupancy issues a thing of the past.
Just as with any other social media network or with marketing in general, a solid strategy is needed to get the most out of Pinterest. With over 100 million active monthly users, the channel has become too large to ignore.
5 Tips for Increasing Your Hotel’s Conversion Rate
September 18, 2015
Having a good website will definitely help increase your hotel’s conversion rate. Use these 5 simple and effective CRO tips to help improve your bottom line. What business doesn't want more conversions?
iBeacons are a small communication device that, with the user’s permission, uses Bluetooth technology to trigger activities, launch websites, play videos or offer coupons and information on a traveler’s smartphone.
Does your hotel host a lot of families? If so, you will want to be sure that your hotel is offering key amenities that these travelers desire. So what exactly are family travelers looking for in a hotel?
The Most Effective Forms of Earned Media for Hotel
October 30, 2013
The most effective online marketing strategy for your hotel incorporates paid, owned, and earned media. Gaining the latter can mean putting in some time, but it will pay off when your hotel appears high organically. This strategy will allow you to reap the benefits for years to come.
How Hotel Brands Can Leave an Impression on Guests
October 14, 2013
Hotels affiliated with well-established brands like Ramada, Best Western and Holiday Inn naturally get more representation than say smaller, independent hotels. This means these brand hotels tend to drive more traffic... but not necessarily more conversions.