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What Works for Hotels and Resorts on Facebook?

March 8, 2014 by Nathan Mendenhall

Some of the most fun clients to work with in social media are hotels and resorts. By having guests check in and out every day, hotels can be content generating machines. This is especially true if they have restaurants, lounges or awesome pools.[read more]

14 Digital Marketing Trends for Hotels in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 11, 2014 by Frederic Gonzalo

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In the travel & hospitality sphere, it’s always insightful to take a closer look at how hotels embrace new technologies and face upcoming challenges. The folks at NetAffinity came up with this infographic that paints a good picture of digital marketing trends hotel marketers can expect in 2014.[read more]

Hotels and Resorts: Isolated Experiences in Need of Social Awakening

September 5, 2013 by Himanshu Sareen

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The push to social within hotels and resorts has been modest. With social skyrocketing, this seeming lethargy has been perplexing to say the least. While the upside is apparent for large resorts and global hotel brands, it's evident that most hospitality brands today have not taken the plunge.[read more]


The Big Brand Theory: The Ritz-Carlton Uses Social Media to Create Indelible Memories

September 3, 2013 by Ric Dragon

When asked about what comprises the driving force, or passion point, behind the Ritz-Carlton's social communications, Sitch says it is about memory-making. "We're in the business of creating indelible memories that last a lifetime. It's not about heads-in-beds and fine linens."[read more]

Why Hotels Should Be Embracing Social Media

August 11, 2013 by Matthew Marley

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Online review websites such as Yelp and TripAdvisor have grown to become a major part of the marketing process for a lot of hotels and vacation destinations and it is possible to use this, along with your own blog, as the basis for a powerful social media strategy.[read more]

A “New” Holiday Inn Welcome – How are you going to pay for that?

June 14, 2012 by Gerry Brown

When the first response to ordering two coffees in a hotel lobby is "how are you going to pay for it,?" you have an idea that customer service may not be at the top of that hotel's list of duties.[read more]

Free WiFi At Disney Hotels, But Less-Than-Magical Online Privacy Issues Remain

May 4, 2012 by Elaine Rigoli

...38% of all credit-card hacking involves hotels., a credit-card comparison site, says this figure outnumbers the incidents of credit card fraud at restaurants/bars (13%), retail stores (14.2%), and the financial sector (19%). CreditDonkey says that, in one 3-month-long hacking incident, credit card information was stolen from 700 hotel guests, resulting in losses averaging from $2,000 to $3,000 per credit card account.[read more]