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With the new year fast approaching many hoteliers are thinking about what content they’re going to release for 2017. One of the biggest challenges for hoteliers is figuring out which content their website visitors will find useful and want to read but also construct it in a way that is SEO compliant and easily shareable on social media. That’s why we’ve developed a two part series with 10 actionable steps on getting the most out of your content for 2017.
Avvio are delighted to be running a ½ day social media training course for accommodation providers. Get up to date on all things social from the experts.
We'll have two events running this month:
- Strand Hotel Limerick Tues 29th Nov 9.00am-1.00pm
- Clontarf Castle Dublin Wed 30th Nov 9.30am-1.30pm
What were you doing on 11 August 2001?
If you were anything like me you were likely still carrying around a large CD case along with your Discman so you could listen to your favorite albums on the go, (all the while waiting for the iPod to be invented). Moving large files from computer to computer meant either burning CD's or using Zip drives and the main reason you kept taking your phone out in a bar / restaurant was to play Snake on your Nokia 3310. In the cinemas Harry Potter was three months away from starting his first day at Hogwarts and Frodo Baggins had no intention of stepping outside his front door until things changed somewhat suddenly for him around December time.
They say a picture paints a thousand words and that is certainly the case in relation to hotel photography. Good photography showcases your property and is one of the main contributing factors in turning lookers into bookers.
When choosing photography for your website, it is important to ensure your imagery looks its best on all screen sizes and resolutions. To achieve this, your photography needs to follow a number of conditions; one of these is ensuring the main subject of your photograph sits within the focal area.