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Our Selection Process For
Best Hospitality Content Distribution Tools

Last updated: September 1, 2017

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Top 10 Hospitality Content Distribution Software

Best Hospitality Content Distribution Tools - September 2017

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Rank

Company Name

Year
Founded

Revenue

Fulltime
Employees

Active
Clients

Client
Retention
Rate

Pricing

Major Clients

Other Core
Services

Feature Offering

Content Syndication

Automation

Quality Control

Diversity

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Change in Rank

Leaders

1

Boostability

Lehi, Utah

Kelly Shelton
800-261-1537
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2009

Above $10 million

465

7500+

92%

L

J.D. Power, Fieldstone Homes, Dexter Law, Alegria Shoes, Artbeats

 

100

 

100

 

100

 

100

 

100

100%

NC

 

2

Norvax Inc

St. Chicago, Illinois

Clint Jones
312-226-0027
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1999

$250,000 - $1 million

100+

50+

93%

M

BrokerDialer, E - Apps

 

100

 

99

 

100

 

98

 

100

99.4%

NC

 

3

Cny Marketer

Syracuse, New York

Jacob Tanner
315-313-4256
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2013

$1 million - $3 million

50+

100+

92%

M

Coo At Infinit Technology Solutions, SyracuseFirst , Urban Life Crossfit, Honest Workout Reviews

 

97

 

99

 

100

 

99

 

100

99%

NC

 
Strong Performers

4

East Wood

Naper Wille , Illinois

Mr. Mathew Joseph
630-753-9031
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2009

$250,000 - $1 million

40+

60+

91%

M

La classic, Star rocks, Porcupine Castle, De Rock

 

97

 

99

 

100

 

98

 

99

98.6%

NC

 

5

The Mecham Company

Spokane Valley, Washington

Craig Mecham
509-922-0535
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1988

$1 million - $3 million

90+

150+

95%

M

Bay Shore Systems, Critical Data, Dream Room Design, Advanced Forest Equipment, Anbo Manufacturing

 

100

 

99

 

96

 

97

 

100

98.4%

NC

 

6

Image Co

Yonkers, New York

Tim Garner
425-378-9462
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1999

$1 million - $3 million

100+

50+

93%

M

Columbus Advertising, Veda Communications Co.

 

100

 

98

 

99

 

98

 

96

98.2%

NC

 
Contenders

7

iProspect

Boston, Massachusetts

Jeremy Cornfeldt
617-449-4300
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1996

Above $10 million

50+

150+

92%

H

Yellow Book, Allegis Group, Circuit City, Delta, Avis

 

96

 

99

 

97

 

100

 

97

97.8%

NC

 

8

Pin Wheel

Orlando Ramirez
772-291-7886
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2011

$1 million - $3 million

60+

76+

92%

M

Aol , Vgti , Harcourt , Sol

 

96

 

98

 

96

 

98

 

100

97.6%

NC

 

9

Open Book

North Rexburg, Idaho

Daniel Larson
866-342-6099
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2008

$1 million - $3 million

40+

80+

92%

M

Vero Beach

 

96

 

97

 

98

 

97

 

99

97.4%

NC

 

10

Hotel Traffic Builders

Coral Springs, New York

Yesi Hill
954-421-6399
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2004

$1 million - $3 million

60+

15+

90%

M

Confidential

 

96

 

99

 

97

 

95

 

97

96.8%

NC

 
Evaluation Criteria: Best Content Distribution Software
Feature Offering Variety of Features

During our analysis of content distribution services, time is spent comparing different features and functions of the software in regards to how they assist in distributing different types of content across different channels. We analyze whether the features impact the overall quality of the software, whether the features are easy to use and intuitive, and whether they hold up to similar services provided by their competition.

Content Syndication Access to Variety in Channels

Our analysis of content syndication focuses on how well the content is distributed across different channels both from a depth perspective and how the content is being represented across each of the channels. It is important for content to not only be distributed across effective channels of communication, but it is also important that the content is being uniquely represented in each of the channels.

Automation Quick, Efficient Automation

The automation component of the analysis focuses on whether the features in the software allow for the content to be distributed automatically while also allowing for specific meta information to be automatically generated. We determine whether the features are truly useful in automating various aspects including titles, tags, and relevant information which different channels require in order to categorize content.

Quality Control Ensure Quality Content

Another important area of our analysis focuses on how much effort is placed into quality control. It is important for the channels in which content is being distributed to be of high quality in order to prevent the content from harming the beneficiary. We analyze whether there are both automated and manual systems of quality control and how the company approaches ensuring a high quality and relevance of where content is distributed.

Diversity Wide Diversity in Channels

The overall diversity of different channels for content distribution is another crucial element of the evaluation process. We analyze the types of channels which are included in the distribution network, the different industries which are being represented, and the audiences of the different channels. Having a diverse network ensures that content is being represented in channels which make sense to the context of the content.

 
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