When it comes to your properties, understanding how to communicate anticipated experiences to today’s modern guest is critical as your marketing plans are developed. By sharing a story, you’re increasing the likelihood that when the time comes to book, the hotel shopper will choose you because they’ve “seen” the value you offer.
Learn the five best practices for targeting Millennial travelers with visuals and some examples of hotels who are doing it right.
Virtual Tours are designed to put your hotel on full display by allowing travel shoppers to pan around a complete 360 degrees. It allows consumers to interactively explore the property, rather than simply being able to view it statically.
We created this educational guide on Best Practices for Multi-Media to help you understand the role photos, virtual tours and videos play in your hotel’s marketing plan.
This week's Superstar Storyteller is the Digby Pines Golf Resort & Spa! This resort located in Digby, Nova Scotia effectively uses their multi-media web galleries to show travel shoppers the experiences they'll be having outside of the guest room.
This superstar storyteller hotel, located in Airway Heights, Washington, has maximized their use of VBrochure by displaying relevant photo galleries that travel shoppers can easily view.
Is your hotel’s website just a “billboard on the information superhighway” or a powerful marketing tool that amplifies your story and drive bookings?
By including a balanced combination of professional and crowd-sourced photos, the Standard creates a highly impactful visual story for their brand.
With the Summer Olympics fast approaching, London is becoming a number one destination for travelers this summer.
1. Today’s travel shoppers are shopping around more than ever before. To book a vacation online, the average person spends 29 days doing 12 searches and visits 22 different travel sites.