This is the best way to communicate your experiences on site

We give you tips & tricks for your on-site experience communication

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Here is a summary:

  1. You can save your experience page (the link to the WebApp) as the home page in your WLAN. This way, your guests can always access your experiences directly when they log into the WLAN on site.
  2. You can generate a QR code for your experience page and then print this together with the link on various print media on site, for example:
    1. QR cards, flyers or the cover of the room card. You hand these to the guest at check-in and inform them of the experiences.This way, your guests always have them at hand, can get inspired and request or book your experiences directly.
    2. Your morning post. Here, too, the QR code is particularly suitable. It's best to always highlight at least one experience of the day and point out that guests can use the QR code to go directly to all the other experiences. 
    3. Your printed weekly program. This way, your guests can register directly online for the desired experience from your weekly program.
  3. You can also show your experience page on an iPad at the reception or on a touch screen in the lobby

TIP: The better you communicate your experiences on-site, the more intensively your guests will use them on-site. This way, you'll not only increase your visibility on Google (by maximizing clicks), but you'll also boost additional sales at the same time and may even motivate your guests to stay longer or come back next season. 

Please note: Just because a stream is invisible to the WebApp doesn't mean that the stream can't be live on your website or elsewhere! So you should never just delete a stream. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

You can learn more about streams in this article: 
How do streams work and why are some streams invisible?

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