Meet Your Competition And Add A Little More . . . A Guaranteed Way To Fail!

Copycat competition NEVER allows you to distinguish yourself and your business in your marketplace! Too often, a business will attempt to compete in their marketplace by surveying the competition and matching their performance and offerings.  They will then do their … Continued

Are Your “Customer Satisfaction Surveys” Irritating Your Hotel Guests?

Initially, short customer satisfaction surveys were very popular … in 2003. As Scott McKain of Create Distinction points out, even the inventor of the idea, Fred Reichheld, wishes it would go away.  It seems that anything we do on the Internet … Continued

What Two Words Should We Be Saying To Customers?

Yes, of course, we should be saying, “Thank You,” but what two are often more important? Any idea what those 2 words are? Do you emphasize them to your staff? Check out what @scottmckain says about them.#HotelMarketingDominator https://t.co/cpltaKB8u6 — Hotel … Continued

Be Distinct In Your Marketplace. Don’t Drown In The Sameness Of Your Competition!

Scott McKain points out that when all businesses around you are the same, it is not all that difficult to stand out or present your distinction to the potential guests in your market area. Of course, once you have taken … Continued

Create That ‘We’ve Been Expecting You’ Guest Experience

We have all heard how important a first impression is and how you never have an opportunity to make one a second time. Scott McKain, the Master of Distinction, points that out so successfully. The latest Daily Dispatch of Distinction! … Continued

The Best Hotel Stay of Your Life!

WOW! Scott McKain does it again!  He is the specialist in Marketing with Distinction. As he points out, though this experience was over-the-top, you will be miles ahead in distinguishing your inn in your marketplace, if you pick one thing … Continued

Creating Distinction in Your Marketplace

Are you failing? How do you distinguish your business in the marketplace?  You may say you try to exceed your customers’ expectations. How can you “exceed customer expectations”?  If you were asked what your customers’ expectations are, how would you … Continued