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Effective Strategies to Attract Guests to Your Hotel

by Nimesh Dinubhai
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the population of the whole world is suffering and almost every industry has come down, especially the hospitality industry as people have stopped traveling. But slowly we are overcoming this pandemic and will surely win over this soon. But COVID-19 is not the only challenge to attract guests toward your hotel we all are in a hunt to gain a competitive edge over our contemporaries.

In order to survive this intricate, tough and highly competitive industry in this harsh contemporary time, it is crucial for the hotels to prepare themselves with modern hotel marketing strategies that can allow them to attract new customers. So, let’s see how you can boost your bookings and revenue on the go.

Distribution Strategy

Adopting the distribution strategy simply means to boost your content score. Take a look at package and special offers live on all channels, protect your rate, and connect your meta. Boosting your content score not only builds customer loyalty, increase engagement and strengthen your branding position, but is also an excellent way to supplement marketing, operations and customer service. So, if you have never considered the distribution strategy before, now is the time to start. It can also:
  • Give you a competitive edge
  • Lower the costs of marketing
  • Offer better reputation management

Marketing Strategies

This strategy includes the efforts you made to boost your visibility on search engines. Since travelers over the globe search their trips via channels with which they are familiar, you can easily analyze your traffic to see which regions you are most popular with and redouble your efforts in that area. If your organic traffic is flooding in from Canada, for example, you should make it a priority to connect to their search engines and start capturing the huge amount of potential bookings waiting for you.
Boost the Brand Relationship

This is the most important strategy you can adopt to attract more guests to your hotel. You simply have to:
  • Stay active on social media to highlight the top things to see and do.
  • Share the image of the property that travelers can download.
  • Maintain your website.
  • Manage your reviews.
If you want to succeed in your hotel business and want to attract as many travelers as possible, follow these strategies and rest assured.
About The Author
Nimesh Dinubhai

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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