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Hotel Industry Statistics:
- Percentage of Travelers Booking Rooms via Mobile Device on Expedia 72% 72%
- Percentage of industry mobile booking overall (growing each month) 31% 31%
- Percent of Room Rates at $100 or more (AHLA) 50% 50%
- Abandonment rate from online booking systems (people start then give up) 81% 81%
- Average Percent Paid to OTA’s for Room Bookings 15% 15%
- Average Occupancy Rate (AHLA) 62% 62%
Increase Web Reservations & Occupancy Rates for Higher Profits…
Are you working hard at your Inn, but only seeing 38%-45% occupancy rates? Looking for efficient ways to manage inventory on OTA and GDS system? Put a team of experienced hotel marketing specialists to work on: Prospective Guest Lead Gathering campaigns to build your marketing list, and bring back more qualified visitors who book at your site — saving OTA fees Actively managed “Content Marketing” campaigns with SEO + Blog Marketing + Drip Marketing 24/7 mobile-ready booking on your website — plus, push your room inventory out to popular Online Travel Agencies Accept payments online and at your front desk — integrates with POS & Accounting systems Increase annual occupancy rates with promotional options built into the booking system Select from a variety of OTAs includingTripAdvisor, Hotels.com, Expedia, AirBnB, Travelocity, Lodging.com, and GDS — Global Distribution System options via “myallocator” system. Save time – get off the phone with automatic inventory management & paperless invoicing
Recent Articles on Hotel Marketing
Imagine leveraging your Twitter followers (and — shsss… those of other businesses) to gather leads direct to MailChimp for automated response marketing. Thanks to smart targeting and integrations it’s possible.
In our recent webinar for PAII, we received some good questions about optimizing hotel landing pages. We answered some during the webinar, then did some research and have more answers on hotel marketing with examples for your here.
Are you selling the steak or the “sizzle”? The sizzle is the zest where your guests place their passion, desires and dreams. It engages prospects emotionally and speaks to their imagination. Margot reviews what this means for innkeepers who wish to book more guests.