Hotel marketing is an incredibly complex web of tools, programs, sites, and third-party systems. In order for your marketing to work at it’s potential all systems must be functioning, and when you built them… they did. Unfortunately over time things break, stop working, change or are simply just forgotten. One of the oft-forgotten aspects of a great hotel marketing effort is going back and checking what you “think” is working great. When you do this, you’ll more than likely find that what you thought was a fine-tuned marketing machine is in dire need of some maintenance.
How well does your hotel’s current booking process incorporate marketing psychology to nudge travel shoppers through the funnel? Learn 5 simple tactics!
Our job as hotel marketing experts is to help spend their marketing dollars as effectively as possible. However, sometimes even the most effective marketing can fail and not because of the marketing itself, but something deeper down the conversion funnel. Something that oft times seems not marketing related at all even though it plays the most critical part of the entire mix.
Today we ask the question, “Is your PMS and booking engine the cause of your hotel marketing woes?”
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The key to reducing OTA reliance for hotels is simple: understand guests’ expectations. Learn how you can get your hotel back on track for direct bookings!
Join our analytics team on a deep dive into the hotel conversion funnel and learn how you can improve and optimize the customer journey at every step along the way.
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Here we discuss the importance of your web design and brand values and why those two need to be aligned. We also provide an example of Fuel utilizing these tactics for one of our hotel clients.
The online marketing industry is relatively new, definitely more so than traditional marketing and as a result it has inherited a lot from it’s traditional marketing predecessors. For instance, web design trends and terminology, at the inception of the field, borrowed heavily from those previously found in print and traditional media design. It’s no mystery that the trends in web design move so fast that it can be hard to keep up, but the jargon on the other hand can be a bit more sluggish.
See how using buyer personas can help you design the perfect hotel website and why that user experience is so important to your hotels revenue stream.