Travel has always been about the experience.
As a vast marketplace, the travel industry is given to buzz, a phenomenon when the terms we use fail to communicate value from misuse and overfamiliarity. Rather than perpetuate the turnover of marketing terms, how can we resuscitate our communication to provide a more robust discourse both internally and to the customer.
Recent forecasts that the travel industry is entering the Post-Experience Economy have been premature, at best. Airlines and Travel brands that recognise the economy of their business will see the clearest path to innovation and profit.
For Travel Providers to market any experience as Local/Authentic you need to know the Lifestyle preferences of the traveler.
Netflix use human behaviour to personalise inspiration and increase conversions, travel brands can do the same.
3 simple things Travel Brands can do to take back the customer from Google, Facebook and the OTA.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of Mr Trump's presidency–a year marked by high minded debate like, Who's Red Button is Bigger? and Does Ryanair need qualified, well-compensated pilots to transport passengers at speeds of 500mph? – how would you answer this question?
If airlines had understood the message of Aladdin's "A Whole New World" in 1992, they would better know their product and customer in 2017
It’s been a year since Airbnb launched Trips. The continued success of the product should have other travel brands (especially brands outside the accommodation space) asking how they can adopt some of Airbnb's approach.
While travel brands are increasingly dependent on Google/Facebook for custom, they should also be pursuing a better direct customer engagement strategy.
"Local" is defined by the individual; airlines and travel brands seeking to win in 2018, need to consider the lifestyle preferences of the traveller before making "local recommendations."
Airlines and travel brands have to stop talking about becoming the Amazon of Travel and simply copy their marketing. Here's the secret to their success.
Over 90% of airline email offers are irrelevant to the customer's needs. Here are three ways airlines can overcome that problem.
Destination content is essential to be relevant in the Inspiration phase of travel, but traditional publications are missing a great opportunity that digital provides: increasing engagement by tailoring the content to the customer's lifestyle and lifecycle
In an industry as complex as air travel, sometimes how an airline handles the unexpected reveals the true colours of their brand.
Personalisation, as we know it, remembers the name but forgets the person. The travel brand that executes a truly personalised service will immediately distinguish their brand with travellers.
Authenticity has become the new traveller sensibility and the buying criteria by which consumers choose brands and products. What makes an experience authentic?
Building a brand is the first step to creating customer loyalty.
To combat a machine like Google airlines need to build a brand about human connection in the travel experience
Many travel brands are seeking to own more of the customer journey, but becoming the Amazon of Travel will require a risk and commitment most brands lack the courage to make.
Pitted as a travel industry trend since 2017, the rediscovery of a brand's greatest asset: humanity. Innovative Travel brands looking to differentiate in competitive markets need to empower their staff to forge connections with customers on an authentic level.
Donald Trump and Michael O'Leary have employed similar strategies to become leaders. Will that strategy benefit them in the next challenge?
“How can we add more value to our customers?” said every exec at one time or another. How can a company create an experience for their customers that increases revenue and customer loyalty at the same time? It’s a billion dollar question ...
We recognise that this is the perfect opportunity for the travel industry to follow Airbnb’s lead, and airlines are ideally positioned to take advantage and create that experience.
At the heart of improving the experience for your customers is a need for context, beyond basic demographics. Context is the why a traveler goes from A to B, not how.
We integrate within your digital domain (website, app, social media, email) to deliver highly engaging local recommendations for your customers.
We understand that every brand has particular needs - let us know who you are and we will call you back to discuss your requirements...