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Your loyalty card is out

hms-loyaltycardisout Loyalty cards got introduced in the last century as part of The Guest Retention Plan. But the next generation travellers does not like plastic. They want to be part of a Tribe: your digital community.

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How about guest retention?

hotel marjeting, guest retention, young traveller, next generation Did you know that an increase in guest retention by just 5 percent, can lead to an increase in profit by 25 to 95 percent. When did you invite the #selfie generation to come again?

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Your hotel on Youtube

hotyel on youtube, marketing online Millennials have an 8 second attention span. If your video is too boring, they look for another hotel on Youtube. Keep the pace with them and provide fast streaming video content.

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service-packs-for-hotels If you work with us, you will get a dedicated team, specialized in your area. Our  Service Pack covers all on-line marketing for your hotel; we create and manage your digital assets.

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27th Aug 2020
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U.S.-Based Hipcamp Acquires Australia’s Youcamp as Travelers Heed Call of the Great Outdoors

By Sean O’Neill, Skift Sky Mountain yoga retreat near Bear Lake State Park in Idaho. Hipcamp, a San Francisco-based startup, has acquired Youcamp, its counterpart in, Australia that lets property...

26th Aug 2020
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The Event Industry Is Being Confronted By Its Napster Moment

By Rafat Ali, Skift Photo by Darth Liu on Unsplash Skift Take: All types of business events are in danger of their revenue streams of tickets, sponsorships, memberships, and other...

26th Aug 2020
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Finally, Airbnb IPO Will Signal a New Era of Accounting and Accountability

By Dennis Schaal, Skift Skift Take: As a public company, Airbnb would be a dream for reporters, analysts, and investors because of the required disclosures about financials and strategy. It...

25th Aug 2020
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Desks, Donuts and Food Deliveries: Corporate Travel Expenses Look Different This Year

By Matthew Parsons, Skift Employees have been shopping around to set up their new home-working environments. Beazy / Unsplash Skift Take: This six-month expense roundup reveals good news for local...

25th Aug 2020
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All U.S. Hotel Sectors Saw a Profit in July — Yes, Really

By Cameron Sperance, Skift Both the full-service and limited-service hotel sectors in the U.S. saw a profit in July, and even urban markets like Philadelphia (pictured) were slightly profitable. Rob...

24th Aug 2020
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Corporate Travel Agencies Still Busy Helping Repatriate People — And Even Pets

By Matthew Parsons, Skift Vietnam Airlines operated repatriation flights for German and European citizens. BreakingTravelNews / Flickr Skift Take: Evacuations are difficult at the best of times. Now corporate travel...

22nd Aug 2020
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U.S. Tightens Restrictions at Mexico Border for American Citizens and Permanent Residents

By Julio-Cesar Chavez, Ted Hesson and David Shepardson, Reuters A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer interviews people entering the United States from Mexico at the border crossing in San...

22nd Aug 2020
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Las Vegas in Crisis and 9 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week

By Dennis Schaal, Skift A sign for the Las Vegas Monorail as seen on October 16, 2009. Michael Dorausch / Flickr.com Skift Take: In conavirus-related travel stories this week, Skift...

21st Aug 2020
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New Sites and Apps Aim to Dispel Confusion About Travel Restrictions Worldwide

By Sean O’Neill, Skift Passengers of a flight from Amsterdam wearing protective face masks arrive at the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, following the easing of measures against the spread of...

21st Aug 2020
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Carnival Faces First Big Pandemic Test as Two of Its European Lines Set Sail Again

By Rosie Spinks, Skift The AIDAluna, owned by Carnival Corp. Kevin Hackert / Flickr Skift Take: Carnival is on the cusp of restarting cruises on AIDA and Costa brands. To...

21st Aug 2020
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MakeMyTrip Bets on the Pandemic Speeding Up India’s Shift to Online Travel

By Sean O’Neill, Skift Hotel Desert Tulip in Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India. MakeMyTrip Group, the online travel company based in India, reported significant losses in its quarterly results ending June...

20th Aug 2020
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UK Corporate Travel Agency Breaks New Ground With a Subscription Model

By Matthew Parsons, Skift Subscription models provide a more stable revenue stream for corporate travel agencies. Gerrie Van Der Walt / Unsplash Skift Take: There’s nothing like breaking ranks with...