Digital Marketing Assistance for Tourism, Hospitality, Food & Wine.
Here at BizEez Communications we want to teach you what you need to know about social media and digital marketing to build your online presence and successfully grow your tourism, hospitality, food or wine brand.
Our team can provide you with practical training or we can manage what you don’t have time to, in order to engage your niche market and get the most out of your online marketing dollar.
Whether that’s helping you:
Take social media by storm
Create a regular blog that intrigues and engages readers
Fully search optimise your new or existing website
Develop and execute a comprehensive digital marketing strategy
Write and distribute targeted press releases
…and much more.
Because if you own or market a tourism, hospitality, food or wine business and you’re not easy to find or engage with online, then we’re going to give it to you straight: you won’t be in business much longer.
But you already knew that didn’t you? And that’s probably a big part of why you’re here.
Here’s just some of the ways we can assist your business?
Or read our fortnightly blog – ‘Food for Thought‘. We produce articles on topics that will assist you market your business and get noticed online.
Hashtags (#) are possibly the most prominent factor of social media marketing today and for good reason. Don’t underestimate their importance in a social media campaign.
Thanks to rapidly evolving technology, digital marketing for the tourism and hospitality sector is constantly advancing. So where should hoteliers be spending their digital marketing dollar and time in 2014?
Your restaurant or café may have the most captivating physical location imaginable, and yet because you can’t be found online, prospective customers may never visit you.
Think of it as a road map: it gives business a clear vision, defined goals and actions to take to stay on task and on track. So what are the questions to ask when writing a social media marketing strategy?
What’s one of the easiest ways to leverage the contact you have with your customers both face-to-face at your cellar door and in the online world?
If the primary touch-point and most valuable online asset, your website isn’t easily accessed via a smartphone or mobile device, you’re leaving money on the table.