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The travel and tourism industry is a widely competitive sector, worth over 7.6 trillion dollars (Statista, 2016). When it comes to standing out in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, it is essential that your business remains aware of the most recent and relevant trends so you can make strategic decisions that focus on the rising markets.
Including the recipient’s name in an email can increase click through rate by 40%.
The travel industry is now about building relationships with your prospect and current customers, so your campaign has to help achieve this. When creating your campaign, there are various things to consider to ensure you are targeting the right people at the right time in their planning phase:
Your campaign should incorporate different messaging, depending on whether you are targeting prospect customers or existing customers. This will allow you to capture new audiences and maximise the loyal customers that are most valuable to you.
In the travel industry, data can be used to make creative decisions which can be game-changing, including the use of geotargeting, using location and other behaviours. An example of this involves having localised, unique social media accounts for each store across the country. By doing this, highly relevant content can be provided to your customers.
When it comes to planning a travel campaign, timing and intent is key. You need to fully understand the audience you are targeting and the timing in which they are most likely to hear your message. Find out more about our digital marketing & travel services here.
Social media has become the ultimate form of word of mouth marketing; so as a travel business, discovering how to leverage your audience is key.
In this whitepaper we cover a variety of topics from techniques to integrate into your social strategy, types of content to use, and the benefits of individual platforms, empowering you to head into 2020 with a social media strategy that gives you confidence.
E-Commerce is booming at present. Whether you’re a small retailer, direct-to-consumer brand or an e-commerce giant, there are plenty of opportunities to win big online, especially at the moment. We share some tips and tricks to help you boost sales performance.
If you check your organic traffic and/or rankings frequently you may have noticed over the past week that things may have taken a turn for the better, or possibly the worse following Google’s latest core algorithm update? Here's how some of our clients have fared.
It's fair to say that these coronavirus days are like nothing we've ever experienced. How should marketers come back and what should they be concentrating on right now?