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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.

15th Aug 2019
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The Standard Hotels to Launch New App Where Customers Operate as Travel Advisors

By Danni Santana, Skift Shown here is The Standard, High Line hotel in New York City. The chain’s parent company is set to launch a new tech initiative in October....

15th Aug 2019
Five Career-Harming Issues Faced by Medical Professionals

Five Career-Harming Issues Faced by Medical Professionals

By Are Morch While it should come as no surprise that having a career as a doctor isn’t going to be a simple walk in the park, what may surprise...

15th Aug 2019
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Short-Term Rentals: How Professionalized Should They Become?

By Wouter Geerts, Skift Research Luxury holiday home in Costa Blanca, Spain. iAlicante / Unsplash.com Skift Take: The short-term rental ecosystem, from property managers and platforms to business-to-business vendors, is...

15th Aug 2019
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Hospitality Brands Go All-In on the Sleep Movement

By Leslie Barrie, Skift Pictured is a hotel suite at Raffles Dubai. Raffles Hotels & Resorts launched its Sleep Rituals program in February 2019. The hospitality industry has embraced the...

15th Aug 2019
U.S Regulator May Not Enforce Max Simulator Training

U.S Regulator May Not Enforce Max Simulator Training

By Mary Schlangenstein and Alan Levin, Bloomberg An aircraft cockpit. The Boeing 737 Max jet is still grounded. Bloomberg Skift Take: This whole sorry episode has shed much-needed light on...

15th Aug 2019
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China Keeps a Closer Eye on Citizens Traveling to Hong Kong

By Steven Yang, Lulu Yilun Chen, and Fion Li, Bloomberg Travelers queue and wait at the departure hall at the Hong Kong International Airport. Paul Yeung / Bloomberg via Getty...

15th Aug 2019
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Hong Kong Tourism Tycoons Come Off Sidelines to Call for Calm

By Shirley Zhao, Bloomberg News Cancelled flights. Bloomberg Skift Take: Hong Kong’s richest, including Li Ka Shing and Henry Cheng whose empire includes hotels and tourism-related developments, couldn’t stay silent...

15th Aug 2019
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Hong Kong Hotels Revenue Tumbles as Chinese Tourists Stay Away

By Bloomberg News Chinese tourists fear being attacked in Hong Kong. Bloomberg Skift Take: It’s unsurprising that Hong Kong hotels’ revenue is taking a hit from the protests as Chinese...

15th Aug 2019
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Sabre’s Deal With Spirit Underscores Its Airline Tech Rebound

By Sean O’Neill, Skift An Spirit Airlines Airbus A319 plane. Spirit Airlines Skift Take: Spirit’s decision to buy more airline technology from Sabre signals two things. Sabre has overcome a...

15th Aug 2019
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Eventbrite’s Struggles Deepen as a Public Company

By Andrew Sheivachman, Skift Attendees at MozFest at Ravensbourne University London. Dom Pates / Flickr Skift Take: One has to wonder whether Eventbrite’s struggles as a public company will make...

14th Aug 2019
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Travel Winners and Losers in Northeast Asia’s Conflicts

By Raini Hamdi, Skift A woman practicing tai-chi in Hong Kong. Northeast Asia can do with some inner calm. Andy Turner, Flickr Skift Take: Current conflicts in Northeast Asia do...

14th Aug 2019
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Sabre Dares U.S. Justice Department to Sue It Over Farelogix Deal

By Sean O’Neill, Skift Sabre CEO and president Sean Menke spoke at Skift Tech Forum in June 2018. Menke has been frustrated that Justice Department officials have held up the...