Choosing a domain name for your website isn't something that should be taken lightly. After all, it is a name that will be used to identify your website, therefore impacting not only your site, but also your brand. Make note of the following things you should consider before choosing a domain name.
More emails are now opened on mobile devices than on desktops. Different studies cite different stats – anywhere from 53% to nearly 68% – but either way, the trend remains the same. Which means mobile-friendly email campaigns are no longer an option, they’re a must-have. What’s a mobile-friendly email? It’s one that displays optimally on both a mobile device and a desktop, ensuring it’s attractive and easy to digest regardless of where someone reads it. Fortunately, it’s fairly easy to make your email campaigns mobile friendly.
For any business professional who has spent months reading, studying, analyzing, brainstorming, writing, revising, meeting, talking, discussing options, presenting and...waiting, it's one of the most exhilarating feelings in the world: Closing...the...deal. And it's worth saying slowly, for dramatic emphasis.
Are your customers struggling to complete their travel plans on your website?
With dreams of a tropical vacation, a customer wants to book a cruise to the Bahamas. He finds the perfect deal on your website. It is the right price, destination, and dates. It is simply perfect.
He fills out the booking page and, when he's done, he clicks "Book Now." Nothing happens. He verifies everything is filled out and clicks the button again. Again, nothing happens. He can't find a help section. He tries it one more time and it fails again.
Totally frustrated, this customer abandons the booking and goes to a competitor's website.
It's the difference between quilt shops and Cuervo shots, an early afternoon nap and the nightlife, 140 characters versus a four-color printed brochure.
It's marketing your destination to multiple generations--and it's not always easy.
Yes, it is a new age of travel marketing, where millennials and more seasoned travelers are all on the move. And it's your job to attract them to your destination.
It was bound to happen. After all, technology is advancing at a pace unlike any other time in history.
Almost as soon as disruptive ads became ubiquitous, programmers started looking for ways to make them more effective.
And they succeeded--even at getting around ad blockers.
In August, Facebook announced it had created and begun using software that essentially shuts down all ad blockers. The result is Facebook users will no longer be subjected to random ads of little interest to them. In fact, they'll be served ads that better align with their personal and professional interests.
But not everyone is happy about it.
Ah, destination marketing--the art and science of promoting cities, states and even regions as great places to live, work and play. It's the reason Colorado's tourism agency puts up billboards in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin every summer. It's probably at least partially responsible for a lot of long car rides across the country, as families road trip their way to popular tourist destinations like the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Disney World.
Thanks to smart phones, people are always connected wherever they go – even when they are on vacation. More than 85% percent of today’s travelers own a smart phone or tablet. More products are turning “smart” to integrate and adapt to this technological society, including hotels. These cutting-edge hotel technology trends are changing longstanding standards in the industry and allowing hoteliers to provide guests with more personalized experiences.