Nano-influencers are people with up to 10,000 followers, and they are who could bridge the gap organically between your hotel and its next guests
The bizarre year that was – 2020 – is behind us. But the pandemic continues to rage in parts of the world. NB: This is an article from Staah Travellers […]
Hotels can attract local and domestic guests by focusing on experiences people are craving now, following these actions to capitalize on existing demand
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Using influencer marketing can be more effective now than ever. Guests seeing influencers showing the “new normal” at your hotel is powerful
Whether it is viewing a friend’s recent travel post that triggers wanderlust, or a photo directly from a travel account, social media ignites the desire to explore new places for so many of its users.
There is no doubt at this point that an influencer can help your brand. But, how do we measure the campaign/partnership’s results and the boost they brought to your brand’s online presence?
Hospitality technology has made some huge strides over the recent years and hoteliers undoubtedly know that personalized experiences are key.