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WordPress Website Maintenance Checklist

Without a routine website maintenance plan, any site will show signs of age over time - like slower page load times, misaligned elements, malfunctioning widgets, glitchy content updates, and even security breaches.



Mobile-Friendly Web Design Tips for Hospitality and Tourism

Last year Google announced that more people are now searching the Web via mobile devices than desktop computers. When it comes specifically to travel planning, 40 percent of visits to U.S. travel websites come from mobile.



Telling Your Hotel's Story: How to Write Website Copy

Competition is hot in the travel industry these days, fueled in large part by the proliferation of online marketing and, in turn, travelers who seek unique, authentic experiences amid the deluge of travel information and advertising.



Featured Design: Beaujolais Boutique B&B at Thea's House

We recently completed a website design for Beaujolais Boutique B&B at Thea's House in Banff, AB, Canada. This gorgeous property offers guests an elegant alpine stay among the stunning Canadian Rockies.



6 Signs Your Website Needs a Makeover

While there's no strict rule on how often you should redesign your website, technology and design trends evolve constantly and it's important to keep up to stay relevant. Most of us spend a great deal of time online these days and so we've become quite critical of the websites we visit.



Measuring the Success of Your Hotel or Activity Website: 6 Key Metrics to Track

The face of your business on the Web, your lodging or activity website is an important investment designed to increase brand awareness and sales. With approximately 80 percent of travelers planning their trips online, your website is arguably the core of your marketing efforts.



Featured Design: Contact Contemporary Music

We recently completed a redesign for Contact Contemporary Music - a hybrid chamber ensemble that brings new music to Canada's diverse communities. Based in Toronto, Contact enriches and promotes contemporary concert music through public performances, workshops and recordings.



2016 SEO Checklist for Hoteliers and Tour Operators

Travel is a popular motivator of online search queries and both lodging and tour operators face a lot of competition for travelers choosing where to stay and what to do. While the rules of search engine optimization (SEO) have changed (for the better) over the years, SEO remains an integral part of any digital marketing strategy for businesses that want to get found online.



5 Inspiring Website Designs for Tour and Activity Operators

A customer's experience of a tour or activity often begins online. Through vibrant images, videos and descriptive text, websites for tours and attractions should reflect the excitement and experience of the tour or attraction itself.



What Prospective Guests Want From Your Hotel Website

From room descriptions to location information, amenities to rates, and everything in between... like guest reviews, videos, blog posts and booking policies... a hotel website covers a lot of content.



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