Who are the giants of the digital travel world, and what can you do to compete? Here we look at two of the biggest – lastminute.com and booking.com – and examine how they communicate their brand stories.
Travel is a highly competitive digital space and as it becomes easier and easier to book a holiday online, travel companies need to find new ways to maximise their online presence. According to Hubspot, 53% of marketers say that blogging is their top content marketing priority, and it’s not hard to see why. Blogging benefits … Read More
Even though recent EU legislation has aimed to keep the power of larger brands like Expedia and Booking.com in check, the smaller companies are still struggling to compete on a level playing field. In fact, the legislation, according to Skift.com hasn’t really made any difference. So, how can the smaller brands compete? And is the digital … Read More
The thing about travel in 2016 was that Brits are basically undeterred when it comes to getting away and having a great time. 66% of Brits took holidays in 2016, up from 61% for the previous year. Terrorism and Brexit did not impede the sector Source: World Travel Market Ok, so that’s good news. But … Read More
Departure Lounge It’s not enough to have stunning brochures, attractive websites and widespread advertising to stand out from the crowd. Potential visitors want to know what a destination is like from people, not places, and the best way to achieve this is through captivating travel content writing that engages your audience in meaningful ways. It’s … Read More
According to a report released this month by MarkMonitor, 68% of global consumers today book their travel exclusively online. While few will be surprised by the popularity of online travel bookings, this stark statistic makes it incredibly clear that if you don’t have a top-notch travel content writer for your site, you’re going to miss … Read More
In 2016, travel companies need to ensure that their content and the technological solutions that they implement are working together. In this article we look at the most recent developments in both, and how you can bring them together into a cohesive travel content marketing to send your online sales soaring.
According to figures released by StatisticBrain in 2015, a little over 148million travel bookings are made online every year, or 57% of all travel bookings. How many potential customers are you missing out on by having a mediocre travel content marketing strategy?
According to HubSpot, companies that blog get 55% more website visitors… 57% of all business have acquired a new customer through their company blog. So how can travel companies maximise the impact of their blog posts to get more business?
Copywriting agencies can help online travel firms with essential content production
Whether you’re a hotel, a travel agency, or you’re renting out cottages, the internet can be a powerful tool for bringing in would-be customers and convincing them that your holiday is the one of their dreams. Setting up your website is just the start, and once you’ve cleared that hurdle you need to populate your site with great … Read More