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5 Web Design Trends for 2018

Well, it's that time of year again. 2017 is coming to a close, making it the perfect moment to reflect on the past and make plans for the future - a practice just as beneficial for businesses as it is for individuals.



9 Tips to Keep Users on Your Website Longer

Your website is the most powerful marketing tool you have. It's the first place people will go to find out more about your property and the best way to score direct bookings. Therefore it's critical to create a site that inspires a positive first impression and invites users to stay and engage with the content.



Looking to Promote Your New Website? Here's How

You've invested a significant amount of time and money to create (or redesign) a website for your property. After careful considerations about formatting, content, and functionality, it's finally time to publish. You're excited to share your site with the world, but how exactly do you get people to notice?



Featured Design: Brewster Mountain Lodge

The Brewster family has a rich history of hospitality in the Canadian Rockies that they put to excellent use at the Brewster Mountain Lodge. Nestled in the heart of the picturesque town of Banff, the property offers 68 rooms and nine suites decorated with historic photos, cowboy art, and hand-made log furnishings.



Is Your Property Using Landing Pages? It Should Be!

You invest a lot of time and effort into your company's web page with the hopes of converting as many browsers as possible into a sale. But even after ensuring your page is visually pleasing, has intuitive navigation, and a responsive design, you may find your conversion rates and direct bookings aren't nearly as high as you would like. So what are you missing? Answer: landing pages.



Why We Work with WordPress

At the heart of any tourism or hospitality business' digital marketing strategy, a modern, user-friendly website is an important investment. Here at World Web Technologies Inc. we use WordPress to power our clients' websites and we'd like to take this opportunity to tell you why.



10 Hotel Web Design Tips to Increase Conversions

Your property's website has two very important purposes: to expand reach, which is achieved through good search engine optimization practices, and to increase revenue by converting lookers into bookers, which we will address in this article.



Why Responsive Design is Essential for Travel Websites

There's no denying it any longer; the World Wide Web has gone mobile. With mobile search queries surpassing desktop search back in 2015, the world actually went mobile some time ago.



Featured Design: Blue Bay Motel

The family owned and operated Blue Bay Motel is located in the historic fishing village of Tobermory, Ontario. Overlooking Little Tub Harbour, the property offers water views from every guestroom and puts guests within walking distance of restaurants, dive shops, boat tours, the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry and hiking trails -all that visitors to the area could ask for.



Does Your Hotel or Tour Operator Website Take Bookings?

As consumers we've got to a point where we expect to be able to purchase just about anything online, from groceries to clothing to travel. In fact, when we come across certain businesses that don't offer the convenience of purchasing products or services online, we're likely to turn to another that does.



8 Web Design No-No's for Hotels and Tour Operators

In today's competitive travel market, a lodging or tour operator's website plays a core role in attracting, converting and retaining customers.



Featured Design: Crazy Creek Resort

Located midway between Revelstoke and Sicamous in British Columbia, Canada, Crazy Creek Resort promises family-friendly fun and adventure.



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