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Adrian Johansen

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How to drive traffic to your hospitality website

Posted by Adrian Johansen on Jan 3, 2022 12:45:00 PM

In today’s digital world, directing people to your hospitality website is like pushing party-goers to one club over another. The only way to get them there is by standing out from the competition and appealing to who they are. 

You must do the same thing to drive traffic to your hospitality website, stand out from the millions of other hospitality websites on the internet today and understand your target audience enough to interest them. 

There are so many ways to improve your website traffic that it can be overwhelming, confusing, and frightening to the point you don’t even proceed with the work. Luckily, guest blogger Adrian Johansen's got you covered with these six simple ways you can increase your website traffic to your hospitality business.

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Topics: Hospitality marketing, Hotels, Hospitality managers, Restaurants

Ideas for accommodating families with young children

Posted by Adrian Johansen on Dec 6, 2021 3:15:00 PM

While family vacations can be fun, every parent knows that traveling with children isn’t always easy. It can add a lot of stress, take longer to get around, and a lot of effort to keep kids from getting bored. 

If you want to become a top-tier choice for parents, it’s important to consider how your hotel can accommodate families. What are some child-friendly activities and amenities you can offer that would make their lives easier during their travels? 

One of the great things about offering child-friendly amenities is that once families know that their children enjoy staying at your establishment, they’re more likely to come back and be loyal guests. 

The best part about setting this all up? You can have a lot of fun doing it. With that in mind, let’s look at some ideas from our guest blogger Adrian Johansen for accommodating families with young children, so you can start marketing to a new target audience.

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Topics: Health and wellbeing, Hotels, Hospitality managers, Restaurants, Travel & tourism

3 tips to keep hospitality employees motivated during stressful times

Posted by Adrian Johansen on Nov 1, 2021 4:00:00 PM

It’s not uncommon for hospitality employees to experience times of stress, especially during busy seasons. But, the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the industry, and the virus hasn’t subsided the way many people expected and hoped for at this point. 

On top of that, the holiday season is just around the corner. Though the pandemic is still lingering, many people want to get out and return to a sense of normalcy, so more people might be traveling over the holidays. 

So, what can you do to keep your employees motivated during stressful times? 

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Topics: Health and wellbeing, Hotels, Hospitality managers, Restaurants

Unique resources hotels should provide for their guests

Posted by Adrian Johansen on Sep 27, 2021 4:58:00 PM

With over 700,000 hotels around the world, any business in the hospitality industry already knows how competitive things are. For many people, it’s easy to think that hotels are constant money-makers. After all, anyone traveling needs a place to stay, right? 

But, between the growing popularity of Airbnb, rental properties, and bed and breakfasts, the hotel industry specifically needs to remain as competitive as possible. 

That starts by making a great first impression. In this blog post, guest contributor Adrian Johansen shares with you some unique resources to make your hotel stand out from the crowd.

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Topics: Hospitality operations, Hospitality managers, Travel & tourism

How to train new hospitality employees

Posted by Adrian Johansen on Aug 16, 2021 4:18:00 PM

There is currently a staff shortage in the hospitality industry in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. As hotels, restaurants, and other facilities try to re-open and get back to business, not having enough staff on hand causes things to feel limited and doesn’t allow for growth.

A staff shortage isn’t the only problem – it’s not impossible to find people to work. What’s harder is finding individuals with the right skills. You might find that new employees need a bit more training than you’re used to, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

In this blog post, guest contributor Adrian Johansen shares with you some tips to help you train your new hires and get them service-ready.

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Topics: Hospitality managers, Hospitality training, hospitality skills shortage