Tag Archives: Digital Marketing

What Big Data Means for Hotel Visuals

Today’s travelers are starting to expect a personalized experience throughout all stages of travel. As a matter of fact, 74% of consumers feel frustrated when website content is not personalized (Infosys.) This shows us that in the evolving world of travel marketing, big data must be utilized in order to please (and convert) our target … Continue reading What Big Data Means for Hotel Visuals

How to Engage Your Guests Before, During and After Their Stay

Guest experience starts from the moment a consumer begins planning a trip. Engaging them from the beginning and providing a seamless and pleasant experience will increase the chance that they come back and stay again, refer a friend or leave a positive review. Here are a few ways to engage your guests before, during and … Continue reading How to Engage Your Guests Before, During and After Their Stay

How Marriott is Using Snapchat Video Ads

Advertising on Snapchat is not only a savvy way to reach a large audience, but also effective for appealing to the coveted millennial consumer. As of February 2017, Snapchat has 158 million daily active users (DMR.) Of those users, approximately 86% are millennials (Statista.) These high volumes along with the increasing internet traffic coming from … Continue reading How Marriott is Using Snapchat Video Ads

Basic Landing Page Ideas for Hotels

Using landing pages to promote your hotel is an effective way to generate marketing leads/provide insights about your audience and increase online booking conversion. The difference between a landing page and your hotel’s homepage is that a landing page focuses on one thing rather than presenting numerous options for visitors to click. This targeted marketing … Continue reading Basic Landing Page Ideas for Hotels

Most Popular Hotel Purchase Methods

Recent data from Phocuswright’s “Channel Optimization in Hospitality: Secrets of Data-Driven Hoteliers” white paper, done in conjunction with Sabre, gives useful information regarding where/how people book hotels in the U.S. Hoteliers can utilize this data to determine where to focus their hotel marketing efforts and what consumers to target. This can lead to more bookings … Continue reading Most Popular Hotel Purchase Methods

What Facebook’s New City Guides Feature Means for Travel Marketers

Those who have updated their mobile Facebook app since March 2 may or may not have noticed the new “City Guides” feature, listed among other features in the bottom right hamburger menu. This addition brings users to a page that displays various major cities across the world and shows a count of how many friends … Continue reading What Facebook’s New City Guides Feature Means for Travel Marketers

8 Statistics on Millennial Travel Trends

The millennial demographic has companies in numerous industries adjusting their marketing strategies, including companies within the travel industry. Travel marketers hope to build brand loyalty with this younger age group now in order to generate repeat business in coming years. These statistics from Internet Marketing Inc’s “Millennial Travel Trends: A Look at the Largest Generations’ … Continue reading 8 Statistics on Millennial Travel Trends

Personalization Tips for Travel Brands

Recent research from MDG Advertising tells us that 74% of web users are frustrated with websites that are not tailored to their needs and 72% of consumers don’t like generic marketing. In this day and age, consumers expect content to be personalized based on their interests. Therefore, in order for brands to be successful, big … Continue reading Personalization Tips for Travel Brands

Digital Travel Content Consumption in 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, we must examine the trends that affected the travel and hospitality industry to prepare for success in the upcoming year. One conclusion we can draw is that digital content was king in the past year, and will be increasingly important as we enter 2017. Expedia Media Solutions released a … Continue reading Digital Travel Content Consumption in 2016

Why Digital Asset Management is Important for Your Hotel

After upgrading your hotel’s visuals for the upcoming year, hoteliers should consider using a Digital Asset Management (DAM) system to organize their digital assets. A recent report from IDC, “Proving the Value of Digital Asset Management for Digital Marketers and Creative Teams” says that one-third of marketing assets go unused or underutilized. A reliable DAM … Continue reading Why Digital Asset Management is Important for Your Hotel