In some situations, it can be quite easy to find the best type of summer event for your business. However, in some cases, you may need to dig a little deeper to learn just where you should be marketing your brand. Once you figure this out, you will then need to learn what you can do at the event and how much it will cost. Here is a quick guide to help get you started.
Summer is here, and with it are longer days and warmer weather! For those who work in the hotel industry, it also brings the chance to welcome more guests. If you’re one of these people, you will know the importance of keeping your hotel occupancy high throughout the season. If you’ve been struggling to fill your rooms this year, don’t worry. Here are some things you can do to market your hotel for summer to ensure people continue to make bookings and even prepare for autumn!
Promoting your business at a festival this year? With such a busy environment, you may find yourself being too easily lost in the crowd. This is why you need to make sure you have the best materials to bring people to your stall. Check out this festival promotion checklist to get yourself started!
Promoting your business at festivals can be a fantastic way for you to reach your target market. No matter the size of the festival, it’s important to invest your time and budget in the right resources and preparations. To ensure you get the most out of this investment, it’s important to take some time in your thought and planning. This week, we shall discuss the things to consider when you promote your brand at a festival!
Whether it be a fundraising gala or an awards ceremony, marketing your next formal event is something that must be done with consideration. You want it to be a hit, but you don’t want it to be filled with just anyone who won’t benefit your brand in the future. So, with this in mind, here’s a handy checklist to promote your next formal event.
At some point, as a business owner and marketer, you will need to give in to the idea that you can trust your customers and clients to decide what your brand is. Some marketers are also strict on what their employees can say in regard to the brand, but this can often be a mistake.
While it is still officially a holy day for Christians, Easter has become one of the busiest holidays for venues, restaurants, and many other service businesses. Everyone has something lined up, so it’s essential that you do the same for your business. If you have nothing planned yet, don’t panic! It’s not too late to throw something together, and this guide will help you promote it just in time for Easter weekend.
Your social media platforms are useful for a variety of things. Your business can accomplish so much from it, from providing great customer service to showcasing your amazing customers and products. However, accomplishing all of this involves in-depth research, smart choices and creative content that matches your brand and platforms.
For many local businesses, social media marketing can be disappointing. You think it to be as simple as posting a few photos of your amazing food, and the customers will come flooding in, but there’s much more to it than that. Posting content to entice your customers requires time, effort and energy. As a business owner, you will probably be spending more of your time on the service than the social, so how do you get around that?
In two weeks, the UK shall celebrate the most joyous occasion of all. It’s a day where everyone puts aside their differences and bonds over a shared love of food. We are, of course, talking about Pancake Day. This day will send social media platforms into a frenzy, which is why you should take full advantage! Many hospitality businesses can use pancake day as a way to bring in more sales. So, this week, we have put together a handy guide for Hospitality Marketing for Pancake Day.