Travelling Mystery Guest has launched a few exciting packages for tourism and hospitality destinations in South Africa. These packages combine a few of the company’s popular services, like Customer Journey Evaluations, Workshops and Destination Marketing Photography to provide our clients with even more value for money.
Bookings for 2017 are already open. Contact us today for more information or to book us for a visit at your destination.
Have a look at the packages below:
PACKAGE 1 CUSTOMER JOURNEY EVALUATION & VISUAL CONTENT SHOOT
This package includes both a Customer Journey Evaluation (mystery guest visit with customized quality assessments, complete and constructive feedback and measurement) and a one hour photo shoot for your destination, of which the images are available to your destination for website and social media content. R2250.00 for Restaurants R2750.00 for Accommodation Establishments Terms and Conditions Apply.
PACKAGE 3 HOST A WORKSHOP AND ATTEND FOR FREE
Host one of Travelling Mystery Guest‘s full-day workshops of R950.00 per delegate at your venue for a minimum of 10 pax and have one employee attend the workshop for FREE. Delegates may be from your own destination, sister companies and/or other destinations. Workshop marketing and gaining delegates will be both Travelling Mystery Guest and the venue’s responsibility and the package agreement will not be binding until a minimum of 10 delegates (including 1 delegate attending for FREE) have been confirmed. Food and beverage costs are not included in the price per delegate. Terms and Conditions Apply.
*Travel, accommodation, F&B and other customer experiences, i.e. spa treatments and safaris are not included in the package price.
• Drink less coffee and more water
• Move to Pretoria and get a proper office
• Take more time to smell the rain, hear the birds and see the rainbow
• Spend more quality time with friends who matter most
• Host at least one social media workshop per quarter for small businesses in the Gauteng region
• Sign another hotel group to Travelling Mystery Guest’s customer journey evaluation program
• Sign another restaurant group to our customer journey evaluation program
• Assist hotels, guesthouses and restaurants with the training of their staff regarding communication skills
• Start working on Travelling Mystery Guest’s first e-book
• See another part of the country that I have not seen before
• Get some extra hands to help out at the office
It’s always fun to stay or dine for free. Especially when you can enjoy dinner at a restaurant you usually can’t afford or if you can stay at a hotel you’ve always dreamt of experiencing.
Stay or dine for free
Travelling Mystery Guest is looking for people to assist with the evaluation of customer journeys at restaurants, guest houses, hotels and lodges, which will allow you to stay or dine for free. Even though this opportunity has its perks, it also comes with a few responsibilities and you will be required to have some knowledge regarding customer service in the tourism and hospitality industry.
If you feel you have the required knowledge and skills to evaluate a destination’s customer journey, to complete the evaluation sheet sensibly and to report back to Travelling Mystery Guest with constructive feedback and suggestions about the destination, contact us today on 082 336 1562 / email@example.com. We would love to hear from you!
You will be required to sign an agreement, in order for Travelling Mystery Guestto protect its copyright on all documents.
You will be required to attend a crash course on Travelling Mystery Guest’s evaluation process. This will most possibly take place in Johannesburg or Pretoria.
Travelling Mystery Guest’s evaluators’ list is divided into South Africa’s different provinces. You need to be able to visit destinations in your own province. Travel costs will be covered by the company, given that you have adhered to the necessary requirements stipulated in the agreement.
Wow…time flies when you’ve got a gazillion holidays in between. But, none the less, the show must go on, which is why we have a whole new Social Media Package for you!
This package includes Travelling Mystery Guest‘s social mediamanagement for your destination for 2 (or 3) months, as well as a free destination photography session, a monthly schedule and a monthly social media report. Should you book this social media service for 3 months, Travelling Mystery Guest will also offer you a free customer journey evaluation, which includes a mystery guest visit, a full report with suggestions and qualitative data for measurement purposes.
Social Media Management
I would suggest that you take us up on this offer, as it is only valid until 31 May 2014 and it is valued, all and all, at a cost of R6500.00!
Please note that travel costs outside of Gauteng are excluded from this package.
Even though customers tend to change and not one customer seems to be the same, they also make things easier for us in terms of identifying their expectations. We just have to learn to identify it. How?
You would have noticed by now that many companies have employed social media managers who are responsible for communicating with customers via platforms like Facebook and Twitter. And it doesn’t stop there. Then came LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest…and Instagram and Flickr and I whatever else. The point is…customers communicate via social media. Not just with companies, but also with friends and family. They share stories and ideas via links on Facebook, they mention good (or bad) reviews on Twitter with creative accompanying hashtags and they create dream boards on Pinterest. What does this have to do with identifying customer expectations? Well…let’s look at a few examples:
Facebook gives you the opportunity to learn more about your followers in numerous ways. Your followers will only interact on posts that they find interesting or worth their while. You can also view your page insights, which shows you who your followers are, where they are from, which types of posts they mainly interact on, how many female and male followers you have and more. You can also view your followers’ most basic information like where they are from and some of their interests. This should already give you a good idea of what they are into and therefore you have an opportunity to act on it. No excuses!
To view discussions on Twitter and the people’s tweets and interactions with your brand is sometimes quite interesting. People’s title descriptions usually also say quite a lot about their personalities and what they would enjoy.
I believe Pinterest to be one of the best ways to identify customer expectations, as this is where people pin everything they would like to have and not necessarily what they have. It includes things they dream about and things they hope for like the perfect wedding dress or the most beautiful presented dishes or creative recipes. If these people are like me, they most probably will never have all these things that they pin to their boards, but it’s never a bad thing to dream. And that’s where you could come in and sweep your customers off their feet! Make their dreams become reality with a popular Pinterest recipe for dinner or plan a contest with a dress similar to the most pinned wedding dress on Pinterest. Identify what your customers dream about and act on it.
Need some assistance in identifying your customers’ expectations? Contact Renate from Travelling Mystery Guest on 082 336 1562 / firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Have a look at Renate’s Pinterest page and identify five of her customer expectations from the list below. The first one to identify all five expectations correctly will receive a Customer Journey Evaluation for your destination for FREE!