Most hotel apps cover the basics these days: a browsable database of the brand's properties, a reservations booking system, a way to watch your loyalty-program points. But these smartphone and iPad apps stand out for the creative extras they offer.
Noyes Street Cafe in Evanston. Photo: Gerald Farinas. Ten years. That's the timeframe a busy New York City restaurant looked at to figure out why customers were leaving so many bad reviews and complaining about slow service. The firm that was hired sped through video footage of those ten years and figured out what the problem was. The startling discovery is quite certain a problem felt at eateries across our own Chicago cityscape—and the nation, too. Someone at the Midtown East restaurant posted a fascinating play-by-play of what was going on at the eatery on a typical day. The summation on Craigslist ended up pointing the finger at present-day American culture and the bad habits we've picked up. Here is the post in its entirety—with a few minor style edits for our publication. We are a popular restaurant for both locals and tourists alike. Having been in business for many years, we noticed that although the number of customers we serve on a daily basis is almost the same today as it
One of the most popular topics of discussion on Facebook is travel. People love posting vacation photos, as well as using Facebook’s structured status updates to say where they’re going. Ampush, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, put together an infographic showing how advertisers can target these Facebook users filled with wanderlust.
Millennials Changing the Hotel Landscape through Social Media Millennials is the Social Generations. They are the founders of the Social Media Movement; constantly connected to their Social circles via online and mobile. And they are very savvy shoppers, always looking for the best deals. But they are willing to pay more for products and services…