There’s no doubt that almost any brand can benefit from maintaining an online presence; campgrounds and RV parks are no exception. But with so many different social media platforms, it can be challenging to engage with them all.
Ah, online reviews. We’ve all used them at some point to make a decision about a brand. Whether it’s looking up a restaurant on Yelp to see its star rating or reading about a local entertainment venue on Google Reviews, customer feedback helps us choose trusted businesses based on others’ honest experiences.
Any hotelier knows that guest experience is a top priority— and one way to make or break that experience is through your brand and teams’ communication.
In today’s digital world, your website is one of the first places prospective guests go to learn about your hotel.
Adding social media to your campground’s marketing strategy can seem like a no-brainer, but actually executing that plan might be more difficult. It can be hard if you don’t know where to start or which platforms you should use.
Our industry comes with inevitable changes through high and low seasons, but it’s important to keep guests connected all year long through your hospitality marketing strategies.
As a property owner or manager, it can be hard to juggle marketing efforts on top of your day-to-day operations, especially during your busy season.
The hospitality industry immediately comes with a lot to manage: guests, calendars, property upkeep, customer service, special events, and so much more. Time is an important factor for making sure everything runs smoothly; the more time you can save, the better your property and guest experience can be.
You know that social media is a valuable tool for connecting with campers online. Chances are, you’re already using at least Facebook to promote events and gather important reviews as a part of your campground marketing strategy.