Marriott Courtyard Chevy Chase is a strong example of a hotel that is effectively amplifying their message online with travel shoppers. Their story comes to life by displaying a fully customizable photo gallery that reflects their sleek and modern look.
Hotel marketing was different in the 50’s, in today’s internet age, travel shoppers are constantly using the web to find new experiences and travel ideas. Hotel’s need to be telling their story online.
Albert at Bay Suite Hotel uses an elephant to describe their hotel experience and create an out-of-the-box visual story travel shoppers will never forget.
Meet Kim Gibbons, Sales and Marketing Manager at Kishin and Rao Hospitality. Kim is responsible for marketing the company’s properties, including the Best Western Evans hotel in Grovetown, Georgia.
On our “Boost Bookings” last month, Warren Wheatley, Sales Manager at Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre, shared the strategies that he uses to tell his hotel’s visual story on the hotel’s website, online travel agencies, social media, and in his sales efforts.
This is an exciting month because when you like us on Facebook, you get a chance to win great prizes that will help enhance your mobile and social visual merchandising this year! We launched our Facebook “Like to Win” contest last week, and so far we’re thrilled to see all the likes and enthusiasm pouring in from our fans.
For Bud St. Pierre, having an online presence means more than just the number of people who “like” his hotel.
He uses VBrochure, as well as social media tools, to encourage online conversation about his hotel, knowing that it’s the initial spark that is the key to achieving merchandising hero status.