Reaching Travelers Online
HOW TO: Use Social Media for Travel Research Whether you're traveling to another city, state, or continent, putting in a few hours to do your homework can mean the difference between a great vacation and a week full of headaches.
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RWW Live: Online Travel - ReadWriteWeb The latest episode of RWW Live , today at 3.30pm PST, will be focused on online travel applications. We have executives from 4 great travel startups on the call: TripIt , Yapta , Dopplr and PlanetEye . In the show we'll be discussing how the Web is changing the way people travel for work and fun.
If you visit Sheraton.com , you will see something completely different from other major hotel websites. Instead of the usual advertisements for exotic locations and special offers crowding the home page, you are immediately struck by the phrase "Welcome to the neighborhood" in the center of your screen, and a U.S. map covered with pop-up photographs and the words "Your story. In your words." The photographs are all amateur, taken by Sheraton customers with no more travel logging experience than the average person. There are no actors or models masquerading as guests in these snapshots and they are not the views most hoteliers would choose to display. Travel 2.0: Social networking takes a useful turn
50 Best Web 2.0 Travel Tools | Travelhacker 50 Best Web 2.0 Travel Tools Tuesday, May 20, 2008 at 5:01pm by admin Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway with your significant other or a less-than-exciting business trip, there’s a pretty good chance that you used the Internet to make travel arrangements.
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Booking methods depend on travelers' needs Suppliers seem to have won the battle for online leisure and unmanaged business travel market share in the US, according to December 2008 PhoCusWright data. Fully 61% of online travel sales are now made directly at supplier sites, compared with 39% for online travel agencies (OTAs) in 2008. This balance is projected to hold steady through 2010. Online Travel Companies Choose Their Targets
Sympvertising and secrets for business travellers: Airport Haven As the holiday season marches on, business travellers around the globe are no doubt shuddering at the prospect of the nightmare they’ll have to endure each time they take a trip through the world’s airports.