Marissa Kinzel

Marissa Kinzel
Marissa is a Marketing Coordinator at Travel Media Group, and a previous member of the product team helping hoteliers with Respond and Resolve. Her aim is to deliver educational, practical content to hoteliers to show a unique perspective and encourage innovation and creativity. Marissa earned her Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Rhetoric from the University of Central Florida. As a rhetoric scholar with a firm belief in meaning and message, she takes an audience-first perspective in all of her writing. She considers all factors to deliver a tailored, relevant message no matter the subject. Her minor in Digital Humanities affords her skills in multimedia messaging, and she is a proponent for companies utilizing audio and visual mediums to better market themselves in a fast-moving world.
 
Marissa engages in and loves many forms of media, including podcasts, video games, books, and movies. She also enjoys sewing and cooking and is working on a small series of young adult fantasy novels to publish independently.

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How to Compete in a New Build Market [White Paper Download]

Despite the changes brought to the industry by the COVID-19 pandemic, research shows that there are still plenty of new build projects happening nationwide. As travelers move from the dreaming phase to the booking phase of their journey, it’s important for...

Smart Strategies for Post-Stay Surveys

From posting reviews on public-facing review sites to sharing their experiences via social media, guests are presented with countless ways to share their feedback online. There is another method of guest feedback collection that should not go overlooked by hoteliers:...

Work From Anywhere: Digital Nomads (and How to Accommodate Them)

The Rise of “Work from Anywhere” Over the last year, the world has seen numerous changes in the way our workforce operates. Some companies have even transitioned their work-from-home initiatives into full-time opportunities, affording thousands of workers more time to...

What to Post on LinkedIn About Your Hotel

Many hotel owners may only be familiar with LinkedIn as a job posting platform as opposed to a place to attract travelers. However, as long as you thoughtfully plan the content you post, LinkedIn is completely viable as a platform to attract business and casual...

Identifying the New Traveler: Capturing More Interest with Targeted Marketing [White Paper Download]

The effects of the coronavirus led many industry experts to refer to 2020 as “travel’s lost year.” A lot of changes occurred to traveler behavior when booking hotels, and learning what those behaviors mean for the way you market your hotel will be...

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