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Marketing Strategies for the Hospitality Industry

Internet Marketing
Website Design / Redesign
Search Engine Optimization
Pay-Per-Click Marketing
Organic / Natural Listings
Specialized Site Marketing
Third Party Websites (IDS)
Last Minute Marketing
Paid Inclusion Listings
Competition Profiling
Traveler Review Sites
Local Search Marketing
Web Analytics
Marketing Furnished Apartments
GDS Marketing
Email Marketing
Marketing Collateral Design
Hotel Photography

Every business is unique and has its own needs. Every property faces its own set of challenges - be it a hotel, an extended stay property or a bed & breakfast. The array of tools available is sizeable, but you should only use the ones that will deliver results for you.

Here's what is recommended:

  1. Get an assessment done. It tells you where you stand (in accordance with your industry), and it tells you what's working for you and what's working against you. This document is worth its weight in Gold.
  2. Examine the options you have and shortlist the ones that will deliver the most results in the shortest period of time. This does not mean that you "only" take a short-term outlook. It simply means that you aim to get off the mark sooner rather than later.
  3. Eliminate waste. Once you know where to look for expenditure that's not driving revenue to you, you can take steps to eliminate it or reinvest it. The question isn't "Where am I wasting money". The question is "Where can this money get me the maximum return". There's a big difference between the two.
  4. Spend time over the recommended marketing plan... Ask questions... Expect logical answers...Play the Devil's advocate. After all, its your business we're talking about here.
  5. Based on revenue expectations, allocate budgets and make a start. Launch short-term and long-term activities concurrently. At this point, a lot of things become clear as you know exactly where you're headed.
  6. Measure and track results. Apply the findings to the next steps and using this intelligence, fine-tune the marketing plan.

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