Online Hotel Marketing

  • How to Build Your Hotel’s Brand Online

    …, products, and travel. Branding is important for any business. Having a brand makes it easier for internet users to discover your hotel based on their interests. Start reaching your target audience and start building your brand online today! The post How to Build Your Hotel’s Brand Online appeared first on E-Marketing Associates - Online Marketing Products for Independent Hotels. …

    E-Marketing Associatesin How To's- 21 readers -
  • 7 Budget-Friendly Hotel Marketing Tips

    … to maximize your marketing efforts. You can either do this yourself, or hire a team that focuses on sustaining your online presence. Either way, as long as you put these tips into practice, you can effectively market your business online without breaking the bank. The post 7 Budget-Friendly Hotel Marketing Tips appeared first on E-Marketing Associates - Online Marketing Products for Independent Hotels. …

    E-Marketing Associatesin Social Paid Search SEO Content- 15 readers -
  • How the Pigeon Update Affects Local Search Marketing

    …. Local real estate businesses were particularly hard-hit by the Pigeon update. Smaller, genuinely local agencies were virtually eradicated from search results; in many areas, the local 7-Pack has disappeared and there are no map results. Instead, large national directories now dominate the results with local agencies not even appearing on the first…

    Peter Brooke/ Blue Interactive Agencyin How To's- 27 readers -
  • Hotel Social Media Marketing

    … used by close friends who are also visual communicators. Based on what each platform has to offer, you will decide which to use for the promotion of your hotel and what hotel online business strategy is best for your business. The aim of social media marketing is to draw traffic to your hotel website and also strengthen relationships with past…

    Peter Brooke/ Blue Interactive Agencyin Social- 11 readers -
  • Net Neutrality and the OTAs

    …, proposed FCC rules would begin to allow ISPs like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T to charge content providers like the OTAs and smaller travel industry businesses (in addition to their current shake down of the consumer with fees). In this scenario, the OTAs will pay, small hoteliers will pay and eventually the costs will trickle down to the consumer…

    Peter Brooke/ Blue Interactive Agencyin SEO- 15 readers -
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