Nov 12, 2012

Unless you go mobile, your online travel business will be dead in five years – The Next Web
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Travel

 

The online travel industry is not only about search these days. The world is increasingly social and mobile – think smart-phones, tablets, e-readers – and the number of tech-savvy consumers is rising. Social and mobile are not going away, so, now more than ever, travel companies must keep pace.

Understanding , influencing and delighting a customer during all stages of the travel experience will also be key to survival in the travel industry. The New York Times recently published a list of top 10 travel websites. It offers good examples of companies that provide services that modern travellers want.

via Unless you go mobile, your online travel business will be dead in five years – The Next Web.

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