Today, we’re sharing our top five tips on how your hotel can ride the holiday train via social media!
It can be incredible how quickly time passes in the hospitality industry. One minute you are celebrating Independence Day weekend with your family and then before you know it, BOOM, the holidays are almost here.
If your hotel has an independent website, take a moment and consider its features that you value the most. No matter what these features are, they should always have this clear goal: provide the user with a high-quality experience that convinces them to reserve a room.
Blue Magnet’s Director of Digital Strategy, Karie Miller, and Senior Digital Marketing Manager, Nicole Poggensee, learned countless content marketing tips and tricks during their day at Chicago’s largest content marketing conference, Content Jam.
Renovations are necessary to the success of any hotel. Guests care about the experience they have when they stay at a property, and a fresh aesthetic is often an important component of this feeling.
Social media trends can change as fast as it takes to write an email, create a post, or send a tweet. Keeping up with each fad and the best practices of each platform can be confusing, especially with all the constant updates.
We have all picked through the displays of brochures placed conveniently in hotel lobbies throughout our experiences as travelers.
The quest to create epic content is real, my friends, and it is reaching mythic levels. Everyday, SEOs write, speak, and share content about the correlation between dynamite landing pages and search engine dominance.
Imagine this: your hotel’s social media accounts are growing quickly and you’re producing interesting, creative content that users are engaging with. Then, one morning as you are sipping your coffee and checking in on your hotel’s accounts, you notice it… the dreaded, negative comment, right there for all to see.
Hotels located near a major city, but not located in the heart of the city, may think they are at a disadvantage because of their location in a sprawling suburb.