It’s a well-known fact that more than 60% of internet users research online travel before they make a booking or purchase travel plans. What’s more, internet bookings are increasing at a rate of 50% every year, making it vital for hotels to include online marketing strategies.
There is so much happening at a game farm, lodge, hotel, resort or guest house on any given day that it can be very difficult to write new, original content on a daily basis. This is no different during the Christmas period…
Creating effective, engaging and relative content that reaches the right audience, and keeps that audience engaged and entertained, can be described as the “holy grail” of social media marketing success.
We pride ourselves on making hospitality digital marketing personal. Each aspect of your campaign is designed to appeal to a range of factors that make your establishment great: it’s not just about the rooms the guests will be staying in, it’s about the destination, the fun, the service – it’s about the possibilities.
If your company hasn’t considered LinkedIn, it’s missing out on opportunities to increase brand loyalty, fortifying employee engagement, and building business.
Professional social media management can make a huge difference between your business’ successful online marketing campaign and a social media disaster.
You can do social media for free, right? Not if you want to get social media results! Why is this? Let’s take a look.
Marketing on social media not only improves your business’ visibility, it also helps build lasting relationships with customers. Maintaining your profile, promoting pages and updating content is key to an effective marketing campaign.
The intention is to make yourself visible, attract the attention of your target audience, engage their interest, generate leads and connections and retain their interest. That is what digital marketing is all about.
There are just over seven billion people in the world. About one in four use social media. The number of users increases 15-20 percent each year.