Is Your Website Doing Its Job?: The Only Three Things You Need to Know

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You’re too busy to take a crash course in website design, but you need to know if your property’s site is worth the investment. Enter BookingSuite. We’ve combed through tons of best practices, guides and case studies to give you a website assessment tool for the hospitality industry. You can forget all the technical jargon. […]

Land Ho! Get To Know WebComplete


  The hotel business is shifting and changing more rapidly than any other time in its history. Communicating with customers has undergone a sea change: desktop, mobile and tablet are available 24/7. One statistic says that 90% of the world’s information was created in the past two years. Reaching customers today means finding them in […]

Do You Really Need That Dazzling Property Website?


Life is full of tough choices.  Allow yourself one more cat video, or get back to work? Wear slacks to the office, or what technically count as yoga pants? Wash your dishes on the regular, or straight up murder baby polar bears with your Styrofoam addiction? BookingSuite can’t help you with everything, but we do […]

New Year, New Hotel

Hotel marketing resolutions

Oh hey. I didn’t see you there. I’m a hotel and I have no eyeballs. I do, however, have hopes and dreams and seriously outdated carpet, so I wanted to take a minute to talk through my resolutions for 2015. How can I type if I don’t have fingers? Just go with it. I’m a hotel. […]

SEO Tiki-Taka


The World Cup starts in just a few days and here in the good old U-S-of-A the buzz is palpable. Everyone’s dusting off their trusty vuvuzelas, wondering how it’s already been four years since we last heard the instrument’s sweet, sweet music. What? The vuvuzela’s out? Well then, everyone from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon, […]

A Tale Of Two Types Of Website Content

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Not all website content is created equal (at least, not where SEO is concerned). I like to make a distinction between two types of website content: converting content and ranking content. Converting Content Converting content is not optimized for search engines. Instead, converting content is designed to convince your guests to book a room. Instead […]

Your Hotel Schema Questions Answered

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First off, schema markup is much less complicated than it sounds.  Schema markup is a set of HTML tags known as “schemas” that you can add to your web pages to give search engines a better idea of what each page is presenting. Schema presents information to search engines in a structured, uniform way, so that […]