How would you position your hotel in the minds of those who appear to be your ideal guest? There are various ways to do this depending upon your current positioning. Here are just a few methods used today in order to successfully Position a hotel, company or business.
- Position yourself as a leader
- Position yourself as a follower
- By repositioning your competition
- By name
- By riding on the back of other advertising.
According to Al Ries & Jack Trout, you first have to ask yourself these 6 questions;
- What position do I own?
- What position do I want to own?
- Who must I outdo?
- Do I have enough money?
- Can I stick it out?
- Do I match my position?
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