Hospitality Marketing

  • How to Use Crowdriff for Hotel Marketing

    … Hotel Marketing and Crowdriff Once one dives into the world of online marketing, they are quick to learn that it requires an abundance of fresh, attractive content on a daily basis. Keeping up with this demand is time consuming, and even pricey at times. However, gathering content does not always mean hiring professional photographers…

    E-Marketing Associatesin Social How To's- 12 readers -
  • Why Online Reviews are Important for Your Business

    … to say, it is in every business owner’s best interest to focus on earning positive remarks from the right people. Many popular review sites have incorporated both customer and critic reviews, and now Google is joining the party. Beginning August 2016, business owners can choose to embed critic reviews inside their business listing. Critic reviews…

    E-Marketing Associatesin Social Google- 8 readers -
  • 2016’s Top Trending SEO Strategies for Hotels

    … your hotel can improve its mobile site. Subscribe These are just a few of 2016’s top trending SEO strategies for hotels. Staying up-to-date is crucial, yet finding the time to do research can be difficult. We recommend you sign up for our newsletter, so that the right information comes to you! The post 2016’s Top Trending SEO Strategies for Hotels appeared first on E-Marketing Associates - Online Marketing Products for Independent Hotels. …

    E-Marketing Associatesin SEO- 27 readers -
  • 3 Tips For Creating Your Best Hotel Mobile Website

    … Everywhere you go, you see people on their phones. Almost everything nowadays is done on mobile devices, and you want to make sure booking a room at your hotel is at the top of that list. Here are 3 tips to optimize your hotel mobile website. Tip 1: People typically use their smartphones when they’re on the go. This means your hotel mobile…

    E-Marketing Associatesin Content- 16 readers -
  • 15 Hotel Marketing Trends for 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    … In less than a decade social media has revolutionised many businesses around the world, and the hotels and hospitality industry has certainly benefited from using platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to attract, engage with and convert travellers into prospects and customers. Naturally, there’s a flipside to the all of this, too. Hotels…

    Shea Bennett/ AllFacebookin Social- 13 readers -
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