Many things impact your search rankings, but what role, if any, does social media play? In this article, we examine how social media impacts your SEO strategy and how to use it to drive more direct bookings.
Last week, Leonardo employees competed in our second Hackathon. The 7 teams competing were tasked with creating ideas that either improved the performance of our products and processes, or increased the flexibility of Vizlly-powered websites. See what they came up with.
In 2017, Sojern, in partnership with Google, released a joint study titled “From Search Engine to Booking Engine: Sojern’s 2017 Hotel Report” that takes an unprecedented look into the path to hotel bookings in the US. One of the most interesting findings in the report centers around hotel lead time and when to start actively [...]
To drive more bookings at a lower cost you need to increase the amount of traffic to your hotel website. To accomplish this, you need a comprehensive search strategy that includes both organic and paid search initiatives. In this article, we recap some discussion points from the webinar, and how to approach your own search [...]
Vizlly takes a scientific approach in order to guide travel shoppers to your booking engine, reduce booking abandonment and increase revenue. Here’s how.
It’s been 2.5 years since we first launched Vizlly, our “multi-channel digital marketing system.” Vizlly was built on the premise that hotels could drive more direct bookings if they had a great hotel website – one specifically designed to convert. Well folks – we were wrong. Or, I should say, we were partially right.
In this beginner’s guide to SEO, we lay out what you need to know to ensure travel shoppers reach your website when they’re searching for their next trip.
Driving organic traffic to your hotel website is important, but driving quality traffic should also be a priority. By tweaking your SEO strategy to focus on long tail keywords, you’ll be able to drive more quality website traffic that is more likely to convert.
In an attempt to improve the browsing experience on mobile devices, Google will begin penalizing mobile websites with intrusive pop ups on January 10, 2017.
You can't drive direct bookings if nobody can find your website. See our 8 tips for making your hotel website more discoverable in search engine results. Part 1 of our two-part series.