Anne Sandoval

Anne Sandoval

Anne enjoys writing about marketing topics that help hoteliers understand ways to leverage technology to improve their businesses. Anne is the Marketing Director at Travel Media Group and is the editor of Suite Spot: A Hotel Marketing Podcast

Anne has an MA from the University of Central Florida in mass communication with a graduate certificate in corporate communication. She also received her bachelor’s degree in advertising/public relations from the University of Central Florida. Anne also teaches an online social media course for undergraduates as an adjunct instructor at UCF. Anne enjoys reading, visiting national parks, and spending time with her husband and their two dogs, Watson and Baloo.

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AD1 Global Wins 2019 Travel Weekly Silver Magellan Award

AD1 Global, a hospitality company managing more than 20 hotels across the Southeastern U.S., has been awarded Travel Weekly Magazine‘s Silver Magellan Award for their social media and reputation influence program entry titled “Every Guest Deserves a...

White Paper Download: Social Media – Your Hotel’s Marketing Super Power

Every hotel staff is made up of specialists. Housekeeping, maintenance, front desk, and GM employees each play a unique role to make your hotel operate successfully. The same is true when it comes to social media. Each social network plays a different role in the...

New eBook: How to Create Actionable Social Media Content to Attract Guests

Social media is an excellent tool for marketing hotels because it enables hoteliers to reach more travelers, make meaningful connections with guests, and tell their hotel’s story online. The value social media adds to a hotel’s relationships and public perception is...

5 Ways to Turn a Negative Review Into a Positive

There are few things more frustrating for a hotelier than receiving a scathing online review. It’s natural to feel defensive, angry, and disappointed when a guest posts negative feedback about their experience. What should you do when you receive a negative hotel...

Leveraging Local Events to Increase Revenue

Local events present an important opportunity for hoteliers to capture increased bookings and walk-in traffic. It’s essential to capitalize on the higher-than-usual demand for lodging, particularly when a special event falls on a weekday or in the off-season. By...

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