Fuel, the travel and tourism industry experts on a mission to make “Travel Marketing…Simplified,” formally known as Fuel Interactive, has changed names to better reflect the effect the addition of their capabilities has on a client’s business.
Check out this week’s Friday Fuel. We cover Baha Mar, a new resort in the Bahamas, Uber’s partnership with Starwood and Google’s Amazon Streetview.
Well, Happy Friday everybody! We hope everyone had a great week and have some plans to make a great weekend happen. In this Week’s Friday Fuel, we have a collection of interesting stories sure to perk up your afternoon!
Facebook ads come in many shapes and sizes and are designed to achieve different goals, many of which align nicely to a hotel marketing campaign.
Fuel Friday is finally upon us — come check out the latest and greatest in the travel, marketing and tech industries.
Another Valentine’s Day is closing in which often means flowers, chocolate, and all the other typical sappy stuff. But, why not do something different this year and take your partner on an adventure?
Whether you are a small mom and pop operation or a multi-billion dollar corporation with locations around the globe, Facebook is a gateway for you to connect with past, present, and future guests.
As disappointing as the movie will probably be, some boyfriends and husbands might be in for the long haul as some hotels are offering scandalous “50 Shades of Grey” themed weekend packages.
With it being a new year, and new tools being implemented every year, a web analyst can have a handful of things they hope to see released. What sort of tools would you like the see come out this year.
Skift recently caught up with several OTA executives and hotel CEOs to see what was in the pipeline for the next phase of mobile innovations. From mobile check payments at restaurants to mobile check-ins and check-outs, there’s a lot of exciting things in store for mobile in 2015.
Cyber Monday has past and if you’ve still got shopping to do, it’s time to get crackin’. It seems that some of the toughest people to buy for are those who are the most tech-savvy and know a great gift from a, “really you bought me this piece of junk?” gift. Do not worry though, here are five great gift ideas that are guaranteed to put a smile on that nerd’s face.
Just because something works great in print does not mean that it will work great in an email. The digital world is vastly different from the hard copy world of print. Creating an email that can capture a user in only 8 seconds is critical because that is exactly the amount of time it takes for the brain to decide to either “love it” or “leave it”.