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We know by now that hotels should have a strong presence on social networks. The question today is on which networks. This is not only true for hotels but any business should ask itself this question. It is useless to put a lot of effort into creating a strong presence on a social network if that’s not the one your...

At this point, it is hard to imagine that there are still hotels, whether they be large chains or small local hotels that ask themselves this question. Clearly, having a profile on major social networks and having a website optimized for mobile devices is no longer something you can brush aside. We have already seen on many occasions that the reviews...

Hotels, big and small, are increasingly relying on the web to get new clients. Last year, social networks were the main protagonists in hotel chains' marketing strategies. This led to several hotel advertising campaigns that had a great user impact and an enormous return on investment. Download for free: The guide: “How to double online booking revenue without depending on OTAs” Of...

We've already spoken about the importance of continuously updating your hotel's profile on TripAdvisor and about the impact your response to users comments can have. See article» the best way to respond to users comments about your Hotel on TripAdvisor.» Ideally your hotel should get only positive comments, and if the service is good, this will be the case. But nobody...

In recent years we have seen how Twitter has grown and become a part of everyday life for many people, making it an essential online marketing platform. Today hotels see Twitter as an important part of their marketing and client retention strategy. However, sometimes they can get a bit lost when it comes to handling Twitter correctly. Why Twitter? Because it is...

People have always loved taking pictures during their travels and holidays to share them with the people around them. Thanks to social networks this custom is more alive than ever and it is has become easier to share photos with more people and directly from your phone. The proof of this is that in recent years photo centered social media networks...