Many hoteliers reach out to digital marketing agencies like Blue Magnet looking for a panacea. “What is the one thing we should be doing that will put us ahead of the competition?” they ask with a hungry look in their eyes.
You have a stellar hotel with potential for even more wedding business, but it is not generating the kind of wedding bookings you know it should.
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Instagram is one of the leading social channels and has the potential to bring revenue to your hotel; however, you could be making common mistakes that can block that potential. Do you post frequently enough? Are you engaged with your audience? Are you using hashtags in your posts? If you answered no to any of these, you may be in danger of losing followers or worse, losing valuable revenue for your hotel.
What makes the rooms in your hotel different than the rooms in the hotel down the street? If the only difference is price, then you are in a race towards diminishing revenue.
From managing your internal team to keeping your guests satisfied, there is a lot to do during the day-to-day operations at your hotel. Have you ever discovered substantial revenue opportunities, like an underutilized event space, but felt overwhelmed by the prospect of launching a daunting marketing campaign? What if you could follow four simple steps to promote your meeting space and instantly see results?
Instagram’s focus on visuals has helped vacation destinations, popular restaurants, and many individuals boost their following and their reach to drive not only engagement, but also increase their revenue.
Ever wonder how the words used on your hotel website affects your conversion rates, conversion funnels, and revenue? Blue Magnet sought to answer this question by A/B testing the primary calls to action on a major market, boutique hotel’s website.
Long gone are the days when internet users had little to no choice but to tolerate the frozen screens and slow loading browsers as consequences of triggering pop-up spam online.
Everyone has seen them. They are the bane of an SEO guru’s existence. An eyesore, they would say, on the first fold of your search engine results page (SERP). We are speaking, of course, about search engine marketing ads.
A strong social media presence allows hotels to connect with potential guests worldwide, showcase the type of experience they will have and hospitality they will receive during their stay, and is a vital aspect for successful digital marketing.