Entries by Nicole McGovern

Lodging Interactive Launches HotelSiteXPRESS

We are pleased to announce HotelSiteXPRESS – our affordable, month-to-month website solutions. Today Lodging Interactive announced the launch of HotelSiteXPRESS, an affordable website design solution for hotels. HotelSiteXPRESS provides hotels with a unique website ownership opportunity versus lengthy rental programs offered by competitors. This is the latest endeavor for our New Jersey based firm, which saw a need for an […]

Lodging Interactive Wins Communicator Award for Hotel Website Design

Lodging Interactive, the digital marketing and social media engagement firm exclusively serving the hospitality industry, has a new distinction that we are proud to add to our multiple website design award wins in 2015. Our New Jersey based agency, which has provided customized website design, reputation management and social media marketing services to over 750 properties in […]

Catch DJ Vallauri Livestreaming on Meerkat & Periscope!

You know DJ is on Twitter and on YouTube where he answers your questions each week on the #AskDJV Show, but did you know you can catch DJ livestreaming his adventures on Meerkat & Periscope? Follow Lodging Interactive’s Founder & President on Meerkat by simply clicking the button below.   Search @DJVallauri in Periscope to follow him there! […]

FREE AUDIT: Is Your Hotel Website Ready for the Upcoming Mobile SEO-Pocalypse?

Lodging Interactive offers free mobile readiness audit and recommendations for your hotel website. If you’ve kept up with Google, you know that the SEO-Pocalypse is coming! April 21, 2015 is the day of reckoning, the day Google will roll out changes to its mobile search results algorithm.  Starting April 21st, Google will expand the use of […]

What’s Happening with Google Products in 2015?

It’s no secret that social media websites are a chatter with talk of major changes to Google+ in 2015. Trying to get the inside scoop on what’s going on with Google Products in 2015? The buzz, according to a number of sites, is that the search engine may be dismantling Google+ in favor of separate products […]