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Hey, Big Thinkers! It’s a gorgeous day here in the Garden State. Hope you’re having a fabulous late summer afternoon wherever you are too. As you get ready, why not check out these 5 fantastic travel marketing insights for this week’s Hospitality Marketing Link Digest entry? Enjoy:
- Leading off, we rounded-up “21 Can’t Miss Travel Marketing Insights: The Top Posts of 2016 (So Far)” for you.
- Building from those top posts, one of the more popular items over the last few months took a look at “OTA’s vs. Chain Brands: Expedia Comes Out Swinging.”
- This next post explains why “Personalization Starts With a Person” that you’ll really want to review.
- You might also want to check out a couple of entries from the Hospitality Marketing Link Digest series, including these “5 Helpful Hospitality Marketing Stories for You” and these “7 Special Hotel Marketing Insights.”
- And, finally, this “New Sabre Study Outlines Key Mega-Trends Shaping Travel Marketing.” You’ll definitely want to give it a look.
If you’re looking for even more travel marketing goodness, you might also want to take a moment to review the slides from my recent seminar, “Digital Marketing Directions 2016: The Key Trends Driving Your Hotel Marketing Next Year” here:
Finally, you will definitely want to check out some of our past coverage of the mobile, local, social web and how to make it work for your hotel, including:
- Is Social a Waste of Time for Hotel Marketers?
- 5 Fantastic Insights Into 2016 Travel Marketing Trends: Hospitality Marketing Link Digest
- 6 Key Hotel E-commerce Tips: A Cheat Sheet to Drive Direct Business
- 5 Hospitality Marketing Trends You’ll Want to Keep in Mind: Hospitality Marketing Link Digest
- Expedia’s Accelerator Program: A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing
- For Travel Marketers, Content is Still King
- Trends in Hospitality Digital Marketing for 2016
- 8 Great Posts About 2016’s Top Trends: Hospitality Marketing Link Digest
- 5 Key Facts About Mobile, Millennials, and Hotel Marketing
- How Safe Are Independent Hotels from Airbnb?