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You wouldn’t consider using a spreadsheet to manage your contact list or manage your guestroom inventory; you probably use software applications specifically designed for each of those functions. CapEx planning and administration technologies are no different, needing its own system to provide for greater accuracy, reliability and efficiency. Thomas Riegelman explains how you can find your own CapEx Planning Paradise in seven steps.

Millennials are more likely to make purchases after seeing or hearing advertisements compared to Gen Xers, Baby Boomers and other older generations, according to a new survey from Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews firm.

The impact of artificially intelligent machines on the future job market has been gaining significant attention in recent years. Brendon Granger talks of the impact machines and robots could have in the hospitality industry in the very near future.

As North American hoteliers enter the holiday season and round out the year, all travel segments are seeing a noticeable increase across the board in both average daily rates (ADR) and occupancy, up 1.4 percent and 3.9 percent respectively, during the fourth quarter of 2017, according to new data from TravelClick’s November 2017 North American Hospitality Review (NAHR).

Hotel owners spend an average of seven percent of gross revenues on CapEx, every year; a very significant reinvestment of scarce owners' capital. Thomas Riegelman talks about the perils of using spreadsheets to manage CapEx, which he calls "The Nine Circles of CapEx Spreadsheet Hell." 



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Why Blogging is Important

10/03/2017



Blogging has been an important part of online marketing for a variety of industries for some time. It has been the most consistent trend in SEO and is still relevant even now. There are several reasons why this is so despite the changing of algorithms and other new methods. Blogging continues to prove content is king. Here is why blogging is important...

1. Blogging Gives You Fresh Content
The challenge for most websites is getting regular fresh content to attract new customers, keep the page relevant and rise up the Google rankings. All search engines select fresh content first. While re-editing your content can work it will fail in terms of variety and users soon get bored hence the need for blogging.

2. Blogging Offers Additional Service to Customers
Many people usually search for information concerning products and services instead of a specific brand or outlet. Having a blog regularly updated allows you to provide this information in your field both for new and potential customers. It leads them from your blog to your site giving you quality leads.

3. Blogging Offers Chance for Interaction and Collecting Feedback from Clients
Blogs have a comment section where you can get feedback and views about topics and events you have written about. You can interact with the readers as they share your posts or provide insights and reviews regarding what you have written.

4. Blogging Allows You to Have Content to Share
Blogging also forms an integral part of social media marketing. In social media you will have to offer daily fresh content across multiple platforms. Blogging not only gives you the content to share but also allows you to have content that is engaging and likely to create more engagement and interest more than just price updates.

5. Implement SEO and Get Higher Rankings
Blogging also gives you a better platform to implement most, if not all, of the various SEO techniques. You can have inter-page back links as well as links to other quality sites. You also get to have targeted content and key words, optimized photographs and images and several other SEO strategies. These along with the quality fresh content help you rank higher on search pages results. In return, you get more traffic and increased conversions.

6. Promote Your Events
If you are having events, blogging offers you a better way to promote them highlighting their attraction without much sales talk. It also makes you an authority and this improves your credibility among visitors and search engines. 
About The Author
Nimesh Dinubhai
President
Websrefresh


Nimesh Dinubhai completed his studies in 2003 and launched Websrefresh to help businesses grow their ROI. He also owns two Arizona hotels, one of which earned the Historical Hotel Award in 2014.

 
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