Top 20 most-searched spa terms revealed, from "deals" to "serenity"
The top 20 spa search terms of 2022 have been revealed, showing which search terms attract clients to book a spa day or spa break in the UK.
It’s no surprise that "spa deal" comes in at number one, but it will also be of interest to spa businesses that "afternoon tea" and "bed and breakfast break" are positioned at two and three respectively, in the study, which comes from spa booking agency SpaSeekers.
This means that businesses not using these terms in their marketing material or spa packages might be missing out on potential bookings.
Wellness has been a huge trend for spas in 2022 and this looks set to continue, with terms such as "refresh and revive", "indulgent/indulge" and "serenity" all featuring in the top 10.
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Top 20 spa buzzwords of 2022
- Spa deal
- Afternoon tea
- Bed-and-breakfast break
- Indulgent break for two
- 2-for-1 spa day
- Refresh and revive
- Mud Rasul experience for two
- Cream tea
- Spa time together
- Just for me
- Natural energy
Commenting on the data, SpaSeekers’ director Jason Goldberg said, "We can see that romantic breaks for couples and indulgent experiences such as an afternoon tea spa packages are our best-selling packages, and of course, spa deals and two-for-one offers will always appeal to those on a budget.
“However, including wellness terms such as ‘refresh and revive’, ‘serenity’ and ‘mindful’ are also key for catching people’s eye, so worth considering when creating a new spa package.”
The list is comprised from analysed data from both Google searches and searches on the SpaSeekers website, which sees millions of website visitors each year.
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Do you use any of these buzzwords in your spa marketing? Let us know in the comments…