This is the second and final installment in our two-part series on the massive upheaval in hotel SEO best practices.
Here are four ways your hotel can win by incorporating live online chat to your website experience.
Your hotel is most likely using a tired and antiquated tool meant to persuade guests to book directly.
How do you match up? Do these numbers surprise you?
Marketers must be as vigilant about keeping TripAdvisor reviewers happy online as they are about keeping the guest happy on-property.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, Tambourine is celebrating with a fiesta of some of our favorite digital marketing tips.
No British cyclist had ever won the Tour de France, but as Director of England’s cycling team, that’s what Brailsford set out to do. His approach was simple: He came up with an idea he called: “the aggregation of marginal gains” whereby his riders would try for a “1 percent margin for improvement in everything they do.”
A dangerous trend is creeping its way into the hallways of hotels and resorts throughout the country. Hotel marketing teams, overburdened with small staffs and growing responsibilities, are resorting to the old, seemingly harmless adage: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
A recent study revealed that only 10% of all companies use their existing data sources in a systematic way to increase revenue. Fortunately, the hospitality and tourism sectors have shown exciting improvement in this area over the last few years.
Tambourine was among 200 of the world’s top search engine marketing firms to be invited to Google Engage All Stars Annual Summit in Mountain View, California. To qualify, Tambourine delivered higher measurable ROI and outperformed thousands of others agencies worldwide.