I have a tourism site where the main content is accommodation and activity listings (accommodation and activity providers have their own pages). The site has some other content in the form of articles.
The articles are usually about something specific relating to tourism in the area. I would like to include a call-to-action at the end of each of these articles linking through to a search page which displays relevant listings.
At the moment, I don't know whether it would be best to include a full search form at the end of every page which would perform a search and link to the results page. That would look like this:
Or maybe it would be better just to have a button which links through to a search results page with pre-filled out search criteria. This might look like this:
My question is which of these would provide the best call to action for the user after reading a relevant article?
If the latter is better, would anyone have any suggestions on how to make it clearer what the button does?