Posts Tagged ‘hotel demand’

Hotel Owners Understand the Need for More Digital Marketing

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

The hotel marketing experts must’ve shouted loud enough, because now operators, owners and asset managers have seemingly all joined in touting the importance of hotel digital marketing and allocating the proper resources toward it.

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Duetto’s Most Popular Revenue Strategy Blogs of 2017

by Mark Brandau, Director of Content |

Before this year began, Duetto was predicting major changes to the look of distribution in the hospitality industry. That certainly came to pass, as hotel brands continued to successfully deploy book-direct campaigns and put pressure on online travel agencies, which have responded with their own innovations.

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Stop calling it “Unconstrained Demand!”

by Marco Benvenuti, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer and Co-Founder |

While going through old books the other day, I came across a textbook from my Ancient Greek class in high school. Thumbing through the book, an interesting word jumped out at me: “tautology,” which comes from the Greek “tauto” (the same) and “logos” (word or idea). A tautology is a figure of speech to describe an unnecessary repetition of meaning, basically using more than one word to say the same thing.

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Boom Times in Australia, New Zealand are Right Time for Hotels to Bolster Pricing Power

by Vera Lye, Contributing Editor, APAC |

Down Under, times are good for the travel trade. As hoteliers in Australia and New Zealand reap the benefits of increased tourism, they also would do well to revisit and refine their pricing strategies so they have more power to hold and yield rate in the future, experts say.

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How Mexico is Getting Ready for Increased Hotel Demand

by Pamela Espinoza, Contributing Editor, Latin America |

Inbound tourism to Mexico is up by 8.9% in the first four months of 2017 when compared with the previous year, reported SECTUR, the government tourism department. With Mexico set to welcome 12.5 million international tourists, its hotel sector will need to prepare for increased demand. 

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