Articles tagged “instagram”

Travel Influencers Say YouTube is Still Their Sweet Spot

Travel Influencers Say YouTube is Still Their Sweet Spot

Tom Samiljan, Bloomberg

It makes sense that YouTube is still doing well in travel as travelers get to trust and know a person more when they can engage with them through longer-form content.

2 weeks ago

France Tests Social Media Influencer Strategy to Engage Meetings Industry

France Tests Social Media Influencer Strategy to Engage Meetings Industry

Greg Oates, Skift

Lots of destinations work with influencers to drive leisure traffic, but France's national tourism board is among the first to contract a meetings and events specialist to engage conference planners. This should inspire other countries and cities to try the same because it positions them as digital innovators to younger audiences.

4 weeks ago

It’s Time to Rethink the Travel Instagram Aesthetic

It’s Time to Rethink the Travel Instagram Aesthetic

Colin Nagy, Skift

Travel is more exciting than a well composed and prop-heavy Instagram shot would let on. We think it's time to start letting go.

3 months ago

Interview: Facebook’s Head of Travel on Hotels Going Mobile

Interview: Facebook’s Head of Travel on Hotels Going Mobile

Deanna Ting, Skift

Facebook would certainly love nothing more than for hotels to use its platforms exclusively for their mobile needs. But what Christine Warner has to share about how hotels should be thinking about mobile, and social media platforms, is advice any hotel can use.

4 months ago

Travel Megatrends 2017: Digital Platform Disruption Is Here to Stay

Travel Megatrends 2017: Digital Platform Disruption Is Here to Stay

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Sitting out the race to figure out Snapchat marketing or develop robust partnerships with trusted content providers is a losing proposition for travel companies, regardless of their position in the industry.

6 months ago

Instagram Launches Ads in Its Stories — Digital Travel Marketing News

Instagram Launches Ads in Its Stories — Digital Travel Marketing News

Jeremy Kressman, Skift

Between their digital advertising tools and deep knowledge of consumers, there's virtually no tech company on earth (other than Google) that can match Facebook and Instagram. The launch of Instagram's new "Stories" feature should make advertising competitor Snapchat very afraid.

6 months ago

Conrad Hotels Transforms Instagram and Virtual Reality Into Travel Guides

Conrad Hotels Transforms Instagram and Virtual Reality Into Travel Guides

Deanna Ting, Skift

We can appreciate Conrad's desire to be innovative in its approach to content marketing, as well as providing both useful service and inspiration for its guests. But we question whether these attempts have any actual staying power or impact.

7 months ago

The Most Popular Hotels and Destinations on Instagram in 2016

The Most Popular Hotels and Destinations on Instagram in 2016

Dan Peltier, Skift

Knowing the most widely shared attractions and hotels gives brands a window into how travelers perceive destinations, what they enjoy doing, and most importantly, what they like to share with their networks. We must admit we've shared a few photos of these places on Instagram, too.

8 months ago

Travel’s Social Commerce Future — Digital Marketing News This Week

Travel’s Social Commerce Future — Digital Marketing News This Week

Jeremy Kressmann, Skift

Whether we're discussing Instagram or conversational "chat bots," more travel brands seem to be experimenting with ways to make online commerce more social. The question is, do consumers want that too?

9 months ago

Understanding Instagram and Snapchat User Demographics

Understanding Instagram and Snapchat User Demographics

Dave Montali, Skift

New heavy-content social networks are beloved among the younger generation. Whilst travel's adoption of these networks has been slow, the networks themselves have been in constant growing.

9 months ago

Snapchat Wants to Be More Ad-Friendly to Travel Brands

Snapchat Wants to Be More Ad-Friendly to Travel Brands

Dave Montali, Skift

With Snapchat's move towards becoming advertiser-friendly, it may be an opportunity for the travel industry to adapt to the new content-heavy platform.

9 months ago

New Skift Trends Report: Snapchat and Instagram Strategies for Travel Brands

New Skift Trends Report: Snapchat and Instagram Strategies for Travel Brands

Dave Montali, Skift

Visual content creation, curation and distribution presents challenges and opportunities. The best way to deal with the challenges is a consistent, head-on approach to ensure a brand culture that embraces the ins-and-outs of social media engagement and community building.

9 months ago