In two short weeks, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have all either announced updates or made updates to their platforms that will impact social media accounts for businesses in the hospitality industry. Keep reading to see all the changes and what they mean for hotels and resorts.
Providing one experience to fits all website visitors is no longer an option. With up to 98% of customers abandoning hotel websites without booking, the majority of data hoteliers can action lives within the 2% of guests who decide to book.
Were halfway through the summer, but while plenty of people are kicking back and enjoying their vacations, the social media development teams likely arent doing the same. In the past two weeks alone, weve seen four big new updates that can directly impact the social marketing campaigns of hotels, resorts, and other businesses in the hospitality industry. Lets take a close look at each one.
A lot has happened in the last two weeks in the social media world, and there are some big changes happening that will directly impact hotels, resorts, and other businesses in the hospitality industry. Lets take a look at each one and discuss what it means for you.