Cultural Travel & How Your Hotel Can Benefit From It – By Laura Badiu

An increasing fraction of the travel sector, cultural tourism is defined by the search for rich experiences that go beyond beautiful views and adventurous activities. This type of travel has seen an uprising level of popularity in the last years. Globalization has opened up doors towards different and often exotic cultures that are waiting to be explored.

Upgrading.cc Extends Free Trial to Hotel Groups in Asia Pacific to Mark Its First Participation in ITB Asia 2019

To mark its first participation in ITB Asia 2019, Upgrading.cc, one of the world’s leading online upselling platforms for hospitality and travel companies, extends an exclusive 3-month free trial of zero commission to hotel groups in Asia Pacific when they sign up as partners during the months of October and November.

What Hoteliers Get Wrong with In-context Ads – By Jack Catton

In our recent blog, Putting Contextual Advertising in Context for Hoteliers, we covered the many advantages that contextual advertising offers over more frequently used hotel advertising initiatives or strategies for driving direct bookings. So, what is holding hoteliers back from effectively implementing in-context ads? Here we take a look at how you can overcome the most common barriers that often stand in the way of many hoteliers today.

Trends To Consider For 2020 Hotel Digital Marketing Budget

Now is the time for hoteliers to review their previous years’ budget and make any necessary changes for the upcoming year. While evaluating their hotel budget, hoteliers should also consider the latest digital marketing trends that may or may not benefit their hotel property. Here are some trends Vizergy recommends hoteliers to consider budgeting for in the upcoming calendar year.

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast: Episode 122 – Hotel Marketing 101: Proactive Website Content Updates That Make Sense

Finding content out of date, or not ready to be posted, is one of the most common issues we come across in terms of hoteliers being ready for what is to come. This is not unexpected, many hotel operators are busy dealing with guests, property issues, and a myriad of other urgent issues. Unfortunately, this means the important things that are not urgent, get pushed to the side.