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Posts Tagged ‘travel industry on twitter’

Loews Hotels Lets You Book Rooms On Twitter

Loews Hotels Lets You Book Rooms On Twitter

We’ve officially entered a new digital age for the travel industry.

Loews Hotels and Resorts has launched “social reservations,” allowing travelers to book rooms at 16 of its 19 properties via Twitter.

Interested? Here’s how it works.

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Travel Bloggers And Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

Travel Bloggers And Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s only in the last decade that people have been able to make a solid living solely out of being a blogger, whether their milieu is food, arts, travel, tech or something else.

Social media is certainly an integral part of bloggers’ success, in terms of promotion, networking, and finance. Below, check out Dublin’s Sandymount Hotel’s infographic profile of the modern travel blogger.

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Travel Brands Are Representing On Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

The social travel revolution is a well-documented one, as airlines, cruises, and hotels are using social media more than ever before, and receptive travelers are right there alongside them.

As Shea has reported, social travel revenue has grown 103% – (compared to regular travel’s 4.03%) – and 40% of travel companies now rate social media as increasingly important in connecting tourists with their business.

Media Mosaic, a travel-focused digital marketing agency, assembled the following infographic to provide a bird’s eye view of the largest travel brands’ presence on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn along with, where available, their TripAdvisor ratings.

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The Social Travel Revolution: How The Travel Industry Uses Twitter And Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC]

This year we’ve followed closely how airlines have been using Twitter to provide customer service and make announcements, but what about the other social platforms, such as Facebook and LinkedIn? What about other areas of the travel industry, like hotels and cruise ships?

What about Las Vegas?

This brilliant infographic from Tripl takes a detailed look at the social travel revolution.

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