Hospitality content that helps your hotel business take off
Five-star content writing for your travel website, hospitality, or hotel business.
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buy high-quality hospitality, travel & hotel content
- Drive guests to your hotel website through Verblio’s cost-effective hospitality writing services.
- Increase occupancy for your property via increased traffic and direct booking options.
- Buy original travel and tourism articles from our network of experienced hospitality writers.
- Link to your posts from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and increase awareness of your brand.
Our hospitality writers won't fake their knowledge of the industry. They include restaurant and resort managers, hotel sales executives, event planners, caterers, hostesses, bartenders, baristas, hospitality recruiters, and front- and back-of-house staff.
171 writers with experience writing for the travel industry.
88 writers with 5+ years of experience writing for the travel industry.
56 writers with 8+ years of experience writing for the travel industry.
We handle all the logistics and paperwork of working with freelance travel content providers.
Clients consistently rave about the quality and professionalism of our writers.
Our clients include large hotel brands, boutique properties, travel agencies, and resort management companies.
we've created 823 pieces of content for travel and tourism clients in the past year
included in every post
- Engaging, well researched articles from expert hospitality & travel writers
- Unlimited edits at no extra cost
- Built-in WordPress and HubSpot publishing tools
- Helpful, human support from the Verblio team
Hospitality, travel content &
hotel writing solutions we offer
I need writers who actually know what they're talking about.
Ours do. They include hotel sales managers, hospitality recruiters, restaurant general managers, and executive-level hotel management team members located across the United States.
They know what it takes to set your brand and make you an authority in the industry to your target audience, potential guests.
How does it work?
Writers in the travel industry find you and create custom content. Most clients get their first piece of content to review within 72 hours.
Review your drafts and accept, decline, or request unlimited edits at no extra cost. Get the full low down here.
How do I tell your hospitality/hotel writers what I want?
You know your hotel and hospitality business best, but we’ve built a system to quickly and efficiently bring our writers up to speed on what content for your hotel should sound like. Verblio’s onboarding and content request processes help you communicate intent, audience, voice, and personality.
Whether you want to target specific geographical keywords or come up with a topic no one in your market has written about, you can leave a detailed guideline for our writers to follow.
Do I pay per article?
Where do your writers get their information?
Our savvy writers know exactly where to find the best information for the hotel and restaurant industries.
They read the latest hotel magazines, frequent hospitality blogs, and create discussions on various online forums. They write about breaking news & trending topics. The diverse group of writers can also come up with out-of-the-box topics to engage your audience.
If you have specific sources you'd like our writers to use, it's easy to include that in the content request process.
Why would I need to blog in the first place?
Between disruptive food delivery services and alternative lodging options, competition is fierce. You need a way to bring guests to your website, and there is no better way to do that than with organic traffic from search engines.
Creating a blog is a critical step in building a reputable online brand. You can develop a section for customer reviews, and with over 84% of people trusting online reviews to make buying decisions, it’s important to put your brand out there as much as possible.
What types of hospitality clients do you work with?
Our clients include a mix of independent and nationally known hotels, restaurants, and global hotel management companies. This allows our team to write about a number of topics that will appeal to your unique hospitality audience(s).
You wouldn’t want someone writing an article that hasn’t worked at a busy hotel or restaurant. Our team’s ability to understand specific situations will give you a leg up on your competition, with amazing insight included in every piece of content.
Do your writers know the difference between adr & revpar?
Not only can our writers come up with an excellent debate over which is more important for the long-term health of your property, they will come up with unique strategies you can implement immediately to boost your revenue.
A long-form technical article about a specific revenue management strategy won’t sound like a teenager wrote it. Expect countless years of experience that will give your readers a thorough understanding of even the most complex topics.
Can potential guests tell if I'm using a ghostwriter for my blog?
Not if we've done our jobs correctly.
We’ve built a system to quickly and efficiently brief writers on your preferences. Your content will be in your brand's style and voice, and fit seamlessly into your website.
As soon as you buy an article from Verblio, you own 100% of the rights. Most of our hospitality clients, hotel brands, and boutique hotels use the property name as the author for their content.
What customers are saying about
verblio's hospitality & travel content
Love everything about this post! The content and writing is spot on! The references to products we rent are awesome.
Awesome sauce! We love this post—you've given it so much personality and verve. It really stands out. Thank you!
Thank you very much for this post. It is extremely well-written. The topic is timely and the content is right on point.
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