Is Pent-up Travel Demand At An End? It Depends
Has the pent-up demand that helped fuel a surge in travel as the pandemic ebbed finally run its course? Analyses from two major financial institutions, Mastercard and Bank of America, […]
How do Restrictions Work in Hotel Revenue Management
By managing restrictions, one has the ability to set controls over which bookings are accepted on specific dates or rate types. NB: This is an article from Rateboard For example, […]
Is Facebook Still An Effective Marketing Vehicle for Hotels?
Despite many predictions of a Facebook demise, the platform continues to prove its resilience and maintains its position as a powerful hotel marketing tool
Why You Need to Reconcile Your Credit Cards Every Day
How and why you should balance your hotel credit cards daily. It may sound daunting and that is because most people do it monthly or maybe weekly
5 Big Things That Keep Hotel Sales Managers Up at Night
Most hotel sales teams find themselves staring at a wall that is covered in misplaced darts, with only a select few hitting the target despite their efforts
Is Your Hotel Revenue Management Strategy Working?
If your hotel’s bottom line is bottoming out, it’s time to revise your revenue management strategy—or put one in place!
Instagram for Hotels: What to Post and Features to Use
Instagram has changed significantly. Here’s a breakdown of the different features and how they can be used in your hotel marketing strategy
Beyond the Hype: The Rise of Conversational AI in Hospitality
Conversational AI, a solution that combines the simplicity of chatbots with the depth of AI to find information that required poring through search results
The Missing Link Between Data Analytics and Dynamic Pricing
Using real-time data analysis and dynamic pricing strategies, hotels can tailor their offers to guest preferences increasing conversions and direct booking
Maximising Hotel Profitability by Measuring Willingness to Pay
The concept of willingness to pay (WTP) relates to how much a guests are prepared to pay for a room and for each of your ancillary services