We all know that having striking, enticing images on your hotel website is important, but the way you display the visuals is as important as the images themselves. The Crowne Plaza Boston Woburn recently redesigned their website photo gallery in order to better showcase what their hotel has to offer.
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Though many hotels opt to share exterior photographs of their property, VFM Leonardo research shows that the #1 most viewed hotel images consumers are seeking is guestrooms.
Hashtags are everywhere, almost every social media platform now uses them and they are fantastic for hotel marketers. But what makes them so great? And how do you know if you’re using them correctly? Read on to find out!
The best hotels don’t simply throw pictures and video on their homepage willy-nilly – they use those photos and videos purposely, to tell engaging stories. This approach gives travel shoppers the opportunity to visually anticipate their upcoming hotel stay, increasing the likelihood they’ll choose you when the time comes. [...]
Many hoteliers struggle with knowing what type of content to post on their social media channels. Here are 4 ways you can give fans what they're craving online.
The good doctor once said, "why fit in when you were born to stand out?” It’s a valuable message Dr. Seuss communicated through over 40 children’s books.
All hotels have a story. The key is to find out what your unique story is and how to use it to better share your hotel’s amenities, rooms, atmosphere and culture.
Hotel Max is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, Washington. They’re incredibly active on social media especially Facebook.
One of the fastest-growing online channels in history, Pinterest had the largest year-over-year increase in audience of any social network in 2012. That makes 2013 the perfect time to integrate Pinterest into your visual storytelling strategy.