Monthly Archives: May 2021

First impressions count! Why Hotels Should Translate and Localize Their Website

A consumer study has shown that 75% of customers will only buy in their own language. So if you only have an English language website, you are missing out on generating income from a large number of potential clients who do not speak English. This, coupled with increasingly fierce competition …

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Lawsuits against hotel operators and the ADA website reservation system

As you prepare for the 2021 travel season, your website reservation system’s compliance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is probably one of the last things that cross your mind. spirit. Unless, of course, you’ve been hit by one of the many ADA lawsuits that have …

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The hotel website you didn’t know you had

Today, we are talking about… Your Google My Business hotel profile. The little box that turned into a website. It started off pretty harmless. You remember that little Google My Business page that linked your hotel to Google Maps. It is unrecognizable today. What was once just a simple directory …

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Sonoma Chamber Launches Hospitality Jobs Website

The Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce has launched a website to promote hospitality jobs in the Sonoma Valley. The site, WorkInWineCountry.com, was created to help local businesses find the workers needed to fill several roles in the hospitality industry. The site provides information on employment opportunities in broad categories that …

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From Domino’s to Winn Dixie: New Developments in Website Accessibility | Loi Pessin Katz, PA

What accommodations must businesses apply to their websites under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Well, it’s not entirely clear. In a recent decision, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (covering Alabama, Florida, and Georgia) ruled that websites are not places of public accommodation within the meaning of Title III …

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