My Favourite Websites for Hotel & Resort Management
Judging on how often I will visit & comment in a site, three stand far above the rest.
One, is with my consumers, the other my friends and the third, my proffessional interest.
The first: Tripadvisor
Wonder what I do in Tripadvisor? I talk & help my potential clients.
The second: Facebook
The third: LinkedIn
Or if you are intereted to contact me: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=63510458&trk=tab_pro
What is the HL group?: What is the www.travel group?
Boutique hotels history & definition: http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4010409.search?query=lucienne+anhar+boutique+hotel
So you want to do a press release! Well here are a sites to help you:
Are you a Australian, have experience and want to help others whilst being stationed somewhere (anywhere)? Well then contact ABV, they are great to deal with. I have had the pleasure of doing business with three of their volunteers, all enjoyable experiences. Might be joinning them myself when I receive too many “Over qualified” notices.
If you are a New Zealander, please contact: http://www.vsa.org.nz/
Keyword Searches for your website & articles: http://www.encirca.com/seo/rank-checker/index.php
Think your content has been plagiarised?
Check here: http://www.copyscape.com/
My favourite Currency Converter: http://www.oanda.com/currency/converter/
Here are some Directories to submit your website for Search engines to find faster.
You want to do a Google Adword Advertising, go here: https://adwords.google.com/o/Targeting/Explorer?__u=1000000000&__c=1000000000&ideaRequestType=KEYWORD_IDEAS#search.none
Here are a selection of hotel & resort management systems.
Why you should have a blog for your hotel or resort:
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This “My Favourite Websites for Hotel & Resort Management ” article is copyrighted content for general discussion to persons interested in the management of small boutique hotels & resorts.
All views expressed in this blog are mine, except where clearly stated.
Your views and comments are most welcomed.
John Nicholls – small hotels and resorts management