Author: Jenna Gabriel

  • How to Optimize Your Website for Event Sales and Catering

    When it comes to building a strong website, it’s crucial for you and your team to optimize it for SEO (search engine optimization) and conversions. Your mission is to generate sales for your venue, so maximizing your online presence and having easy to access tools for your visitors should be your main objective. Once you […]

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  • The Top Tips for Monitoring Your Venue’s Website Traffic

    Your venue’s website should be the most important component of your marketing strategy. In order to create a website that is successful, you first need to understand what to look for in your website analytics and which features will help you to measure and monitor your success. With that being said, we’ll talk about a […]

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  • How the Sands Hotel and Spa Made a COVID Comeback

    The Sands Hotel & Spa is close to the California vacation hotspot of Palm Springs and the location of the annual Coachella concert festival. But the resort — the first designer boutique hotel in the prominent and exclusive community of Indian Wells, Calif. — had to put some of their business on hold as the […]

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  • Hotel Trends for Building Corporate Business in 2021

    This year has been a frustrating one for the hospitality industry, but, as we near 2021, we’re starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel, and some new and creative ways that hotels can begin to book corporate business again. A majority of that comes from how quickly you can get back […]

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  • Hotel Trends for 2021

    It’s finally December and it’s safe to say that most of the world is eager to turn the page on 2020 and look forward to 2021 with positivity. We’ve seen most of the hospitality industry pivot quickly and adapt to the new normal over the past nine months. Hoteliers created a sense of comradery with […]

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  • 5 Offers Your Hotel Can Create to Drive More Holiday Business

    The holiday season is underway, but the travel industry’s busiest season has slowed down due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, some customers are planning small, safe getaways for the remainder of the year and into 2021, and hoteliers have been targeting them with creative enhancements and promotions to drive more sales for the end of […]

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  • 4 Creative Ways Hotels Are Driving Group Sales Revenue

    As hotels head into the final quarter of 2020 and continue their reopening efforts after coronavirus lockdowns were lifted, none of them are going back to business as usual. Many hotels are offering extended stay deals, grab and go service, catering, and opening their event spaces and dining to a smaller capacity. But a few […]

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  • 5 Emerging Technology Trends for Hotels

    In a world that’s changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, hoteliers are looking to stay ahead of the emerging technology trends to stay compliant with health and safety regulations and build trust with their hotel guests. Here are five trends that hotels should consider implementing to drive business in 2020 and beyond. 1. Contactless payment, […]

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  • 5 Ways Hotels Can Drive Business for the Fall and Winter Seasons

    We’re all asking ourselves, “what happened to 2020?!”  As the hospitality industry settles into fall and starts to gear up for the holiday season, hotels and resorts are continuing to find creative ways to drive business and provide a great experience for their customers. Most hotels and resorts have included their sanitation guidelines and COVID-19 […]

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