HotelTonight is ramping up mobile bookings by rolling out the Tonight +1 feature, which allows customers to add a second discounted night to their stay with the tap of a finger.
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NEW YORK – A HotelTonight executive at the Mobile Marketing Association’s SM2 Innovation Summit 2015 claimed that mobile search is imperative for the hospitality brand, and will continue its upward trajectory as paid search, application store optimization and app indexing take off.
Travel management service Concur is further developing an integrated experience for customers through a partnership with HotelTonight and Lyft in which users can seamlessly expense services through the two mobile applications.
HotelTonight is leading the charge for third-party booking marketers trying to personalize their applications by piloting a concierge feature enabling users to request information about their final destinations and ask for hotel amenities from the front desk.
HotelTonight is changing the way hospitality marketers target consumers by delivering news of $99 room deals to subscribers of its email list as well as users on Twitter and Instagram, proving that social media continues to be a valuable communication channel for travel brands to leverage for last-minute promotions or flash sales.
PayPal’s decision to accept Bitcoin through its Braintree payments system could lead to more widespread opportunities for the digital currency, given Braintree’s established database of clients.
Same-day hotel booking application HotelTonight is reinventing the hospitality check-in process with keyless room entry, an innovation raised from predictive marketing to meet mobile needs as 64 percent of total travelers showed interest in this feature, according to a recent report by Magnani Caruso Dutton.
HotelTonight’s new Look Ahead forecasting tool for its mobile application is designed to give confidence to the impulsive traveler, while generating demand for unfilled hotel rooms.
HotelTonight is trying to tap into mobile gaming to drive consumers towards its mobile application by offering credit for new downloads.
As mobile continues to grow, retailers will need to preemptively react to consumers’ needs, according to industry experts who participated in a Mobile Commerce Daily webinar yesterday.