You own a business associated with hospitality, let’s say a restaurant, for instance. The digital craze is, obviously, something you’ve at least heard about. But just how do social media, blogging, search engine marketing (SEM), and other advanced connectivity channels help your business? Is there a real return on investment from this “social” space? There seem to be more questions about the social sphere than answers, no?
The upcoming Hospitality E-Commerce & Revenue Management Conference in Budapest, dubbed dotcomhotel Budapest, has named digital PR firm Pamil Visions as the conference’s AOR. News via Pamil Visions announcement speaks of the innovative conference aims and Pamil Visions’ digital footprint as well.
For haters of Travelocity’s Gnome news that the online travel giant wants to get you off your couch and over to Spain, well, it just sits funny is all. Is there bad form in presenting your products during a downturn? Maybe Travelocity knows something we don’t. You be the judge.
It’s no secret we’re about being open here at Argo Travel News. At all our news outlets, for the matter. The world needs so called “loose cannons” if we are to get better at everything we do. That said, a really bad public relations move on the part of Polska, Poland’s Official web portal and acting Director Boguslaw Becla befell us and them recently. I say “befell” out of consideration for our friends in Poland, the man is just plain rude.
Visit Norway is creating the longest “scream” on our planet to honor the anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth, the painter of the famous “Scream” painting.
In cutting edge travel technology bits, RateGain has launched their BrandGain guest satisfaction technology at HITEC 2011 in Austin, Texas. According to their news, the BrainGain technology extracts, scans, analyzes, and scores across the social spectrum providing crucial analytics for users. As anyone involved in “the digital revolution” should know by now, the sphere of engagement […]