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Stop wasting money on Adwords. Free yourself from your OTA's. 

Power up your online presence.

Hotel Marketing Support helps to get your hotel or B&B a stronger presence online.

In Google and in relevant social media.

This is what we can do for you, on interim consultancy or monthly service fee.

We know our approach works, guaranteed. If we do not succeed to get you more traffic and more direct bookings, we will offer a period of free labour until your website has come back from the "Unknown Pages section" in Google.

Remember, your occupancy rate may go up by outsourcing your marketing, but so will the rates at OTAs.

Unless you take action, you will be forced to follow their instructions to define your room rates.

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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.


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?


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.


Service Packs

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.

12th Dec 2019
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The Complicated Business of Saving Elephant Tourism: A Skift Deep Dive

By Raini Hamdi, Skift Tourists riding elephants in the Thai city of Ayutthaya. Thomas Hackl / VisualHunt Skift Take: Given the complexity of Asian elephant tourism, it’s natural for rifts...

12th Dec 2019
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The Way Forward for Expedia May Include Selling Off Businesses

By Dennis Schaal, Skift Attendees at the Expedia Explore ’19 conference at the Venetian in Las Vegas November 13-13, 2019. They heard all about Expedia’s strategy, which may change anew....

11th Dec 2019
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Luxury Travelers Taking a Shine to Sabbaticals

By Laura Powell, Skift This 2007 photo provided by Michelle Robin La shows her, rear left, with her husband Luong La and their three children at the Citadel in Hue,...

11th Dec 2019
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Survey: Millennials Prefer Travel Advisor Expertise When It Comes to Planning

By Maria Lenhart, Skift Pictured is the Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort. Younger travelers are turning to travel agents for trip-planning. Minor Hotels Skift Take: The experiential travel that millennials and...

10th Dec 2019
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Who Loves Travel Advisors the Most? It’s Millennials, Not Boomers

By Paul Biasco, Skift Hampton Inn’s recent ad campaign featured 7 millennials traveling the country, staying at Hampton Inns — and posting about it — every step along the way....

10th Dec 2019
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What’s in Store for the Hotel Sector in 2020: New Skift Research

By Wouter Geerts and Seth Borko, Skift Research Our latest Skift Research report forecasts slower but still positive growth for the hotel sector. Jonathan Haeber / Flickr Skift Take: Hotel...

09th Dec 2019
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How Thomas Cook’s European Businesses Are Now Divvied Up Among Rivals

By Patrick Whyte, Skift A Thomas Cook travel agency. The UK parent company went into liquidation in September. House Buy Fast / Flickr Skift Take: Thomas Cook collected its fair...

08th Dec 2019
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Where Did Expedia CEO Okerstrom Go Wrong and 11 Other Top Digital Stories This Week

By Jasmine Ganaishlal and Spencer Lee, Skift Former Expedia CEO Mark Okerstrom at the company’s Explore ’18 conference in Las Vegas December 5 2018. Okerstrom resigned from his position after...

07th Dec 2019
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What’s Behind Executive Burnout in Travel and 10 Other Top Tourism Stories This Week

By Jasmine Ganaishlal and Spencer Lee, Skift With punishing schedules, business travel executives are more likely to burn out, especially in the 24/7 travel industry. Saulo Mohana / Unsplash Skift...

06th Dec 2019
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5 Smart Insights for the Short-Term Rental Industry

By Sean O’Neill, Skift Domio co-founder and CEO Jay Roberts (left) speaking with Skift Senior Research Analyst Wouter Geerts at Skift Short-Term Rental Summit on December 5, 2019, in New...

06th Dec 2019
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Managing a Wolf Sanctuary Means Animals — Not Visitors — Are the Boss

By Rosie Spinks, Skift Pamela Maciel Cabañas in front of Shadow’s enclosure at Wolf Haven in Washington state. Wolf Haven International Skift Take: Tourists are welcome to visit Wolf Haven...

06th Dec 2019
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Alternatives to Oyo Surface for Independent Budget Hotels in Asia

By Raini Hamdi, Skift Shown here is a Chinatown street in Singapore: Many shophouses have been converted into budget accommodations in the neighborhoods of the destination. Fabio Achilli / Flickr...