Already in January the Hotel Marketing & Technology Trends 2017!
Already in January the Hotel Marketing & Technology Trends 2017!

The 4th edition of the “Trends” by Profitroom shall be announced quite soon now, because already next month. The editor works have been accomplished already. And actually everyone who’s in one way or another connected with the hotel branch should know perfectly well what kind of a report that is. In truth, it’s now one of the most popular reports on the Polish hotel industry, giving you a glimpse of all the sales, marketing and technology trends for the years to come. This new edition will be supported by the patron Hotelarz magazine and the powerful partner – Deloitte Polska.

Google Analytics – 2 brand new facilities for those interested in analytics
Google Analytics – 2 brand new facilities for those interested in analytics
SEO changes for mobile websites coming soon
SEO changes for mobile websites coming soon
Content marketing and SEO? How does it work?
Content marketing and SEO? How does it work?
Be visible on Google Maps - let your Customers find you!
Be visible on Google Maps - let your Customers find you!
So to cooperate or not to cooperate with bloggers – that is the question for hotels.
So to cooperate or not to cooperate with bloggers – that is the question for hotels.
Sharing Economy boom
Sharing Economy boom
Customer data worth more than ever
Customer data worth more than ever
Internet of things gains access to hotel industry
Internet of things gains access to hotel industry
Big data - Time to organize the data
Big data - Time to organize the data
<strike>Content</strike> Reviews are King
Content Reviews are King
Trends 2016 by Profitroom
Trends 2016 by Profitroom
How to describe rooms to help the guest decide?
How to describe rooms to help the guest decide?
Does the billboard effect work? And what if it doesn’t?
Does the billboard effect work? And what if it doesn’t?
Online video consumption is growing. Thanks to smartphones
Online video consumption is growing. Thanks to smartphones