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POKÉMON GO: WHAT IS IT, AND HOW CAN MY HOTEL PROFIT FROM IT?

Though the Pokémon GO game is free to play, there are a couple things that can be purchased. One of these things is called a Lure Module. Lure Modules can be gained through regular gameplay for free, but if you’re looking for some more immediate action, you can affordably buy and drop a Lure. I highly recommend that you do this for your business. And tell people about it. Each Lure Module costs about US$1 (75p) and gives you 30 minutes of Pokémon luring. Buy several and set one every hour on the hour for the duration of your opening hours. If you do go this route, try a message like this on your Hotel News feature: We’ve heard there’s Pokémon around here, so we’ve got our Lure Module set constantly. You know the restaurant I mentioned earlier, the one that saw beverage sales increase by 30 percent? They spent US$10 (£7.50) on Lure Modules to encourage that extra business. So, are you out to “catch ‘em all” when it comes to converting players into patrons? You can get more tips from Jamie and trivago by following the trivago Hotelier Hub UK blog.

Though the Pokémon GO game is free to play, there are a couple things that can be purchased. One of these things is called a Lure Module. Lure Modules can be gained through regular gameplay for free, but if you’re looking for some more immediate action, you can affordably buy and drop a Lure. I highly recommend that you do this for your business. And tell people about it. Each Lure Module costs about US$1 (75p) and gives you 30 minutes of Pokémon luring. Buy several and set one every hour on the hour for the duration of your opening hours. If you do go this route, try a message like this on your Hotel News feature: We’ve heard there’s Pokémon around here, so we’ve got our Lure Module set constantly. You know the restaurant I mentioned earlier, the one that saw beverage sales increase by 30 percent? They spent US$10 (£7.50) on Lure Modules to encourage that extra business. So, are you out to “catch ‘em all” when it comes to converting players into patrons? You can get more tips from Jamie and trivago by following the trivago Hotelier Hub UK blog.

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