How a travel agent got on television

PR for Anyone

See how Patricia Mickus, travel agent, used her expertise in travel and current events (a hurricane) to land in the media. PR Client : Patricia Mickus, Simple Luxuries Travel. Successful PR Topic : Using her expertise in the travel industry.

Targeting the Traveler: What Drives Travel Decisions

Cision

Planning decision drivers vary widely depending on the purpose of travel and the age/life stage of the traveler. To gain insight into travel planning needs, Cision Global Insights aggregated, segmented and analyzed 1.7 Cision’s latest report, “ Planning Travel: What Drives Decisions ,” shares insights on how age, the type of trip, season and other factors influence travel decisions. Find out the best ways to target these three groups of travelers: 1.

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The top 10 travel journalists in 2021

Muck Rack

The top 10 travel journalists in 2021

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Travel in 2022: Will 2022 be the year of the travel rebound? Key takeaways for marketers

Agility PR Solutions

Of all the industries beaten down by the pandemic, none was more impacted than travel—and a messy holiday season didn’t do much to get things back on track. The firm’s newly released Travel […]. The post Travel in 2022: Will 2022 be the year of the travel rebound?

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Future travel forecasts from Skift’s Travel PR Summit

Muck Rack

Future travel forecasts from Skift’s Travel PR Summit

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Airbnb: Transforming Travel Industry using Digital PR

Ronn Torossian

The post Airbnb: Transforming Travel Industry using Digital PR appeared first on. In the early to mid 2000s, nearly every service industry tried to translate what they had to offer to the internet. Many failed.

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Marriott’s Aynat Ravin on real-time insights and data in the travel industry

NewsWhip

As restrictions have loosened and the world cautiously begins to open up, it felt like the perfect time to check in and see how one of the world’s leading travel brands is planning for the new journey ahead. . These types of trends inform digital content that Marriott Bonvoy Traveler produces.

6 questions with Jennifer Barger from National Geographic Travel

Muck Rack

6 questions with Jennifer Barger from National Geographic Travel

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The New Customer Journey: How Live Video Is Transforming the Travel Industry

Contently - Strategy

As part of a pre-launch test, Oddo and his co-founder signed up for Second Life, an online virtual world, and digitally traveled to famous landmarks and monuments in Italy. The travel and hospitality industry has been slower to adopt live video than industries like tech or gaming.

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7 communications lessons from air travel mask rules

PR Daily

A PR pro reflects on her recent travel and how messages about masks are being delivered and received as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers. I’ve traveled on commercial airlines seven of the last eight weeks. When traveling, the masking message is hard to miss. travelers.

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5 comms approaches for travel agents to gain clients

Agility PR Solutions

There are many ways that travel companies gain your attention. You may have seen a commercial for travel and it made you start thinking more about taking that trip. The post 5 comms approaches for travel agents to gain clients appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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What Consumers Think About Travel Technology

Cision

All those travelers you see glued to their smartphones at airports may be doing more than checking their email or updating Facebook. Many are using digital travel technology, a trend that is changing the way consumers interact with airlines, hotel chains and other companies. With Disney’s success, more travel brands will follow their lead. To find out more about what Cision discovered in the Travel Technology study, click here. Travelers Don’t Want to Pay for Wi-Fi.

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How to Target Millennial Travelers Seeking More Than a Destination

Cision

One way they demonstrate their independence and “find themselves” is through travel. Cision’s report, “Planning Travel: What Drives Travel Decisions,” analyzed social media posts from millennials, as well as other key travel audiences, to determine what factors influence their travel decisions. In their social media posts, millennials (adults currently between the ages of 18 and 34) frequently describe independent travel as a rite of passage.

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3 Reasons Retirees Are Ready to Travel

Cision

For retirees, the biggest travel planning factor is the most obvious one. With 52 free weeks a year, retirees are free to roam when the mood strikes — and take advantage of last-minute budget travel deals, too. However, most retirees still carefully plan trips, and have special concerns as well, according to Cision’s latest travel report, “ Planning Travel: What Drives Decisions.” This is the time to try new things, travel and explore.”.

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PR Guy Morphs into Travel Writer

Ishmael's Corner

I thought the newspaper was asking me questions about my favorite travel destination. It turned out that the newspaper assumed San Francisco was my favorite travel destination — hey, why else would I live 53 miles south of San Francisco? — The post PR Guy Morphs into Travel Writer appeared first on Ishmael's Corner ~ Storytelling Techniques For Business Communications. The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations.

Ten Signs You Need to Get Out of the House and Travel

Landis PR

As we move beyond COVID, he took a humorous look at the reasons to start traveling again. If the travel bug has bitten you, you can take advantage of the “Save Now Stay Later” package at the Handlery Hotels in San Francisco and San Diego.

[Case Study] Airbnb + 23andMe: Achieving Success with the Heritage Travel Campaign

Onclusive

That’s why Airbnb and 23andMe teamed up to launch a communications program during Airbnb’s “Family Month” in May 2019 promoting their “Heritage Travel” concept to drive consumers to engage more with their roots and book heritage travel experiences.

How COVID-19 has impacted this NYC-based travel writer

Muck Rack

How COVID-19 has impacted this NYC-based travel writer

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7 Tried-and-True Productivity Tips From a Traveling Entrepreneur

Prowly

Luckily, you can enjoy travel and stay on top of your work with my tried and true productivity tips. The post 7 Tried-and-True Productivity Tips From a Traveling Entrepreneur appeared first on Prowly Magazine. Magazine Public Relations CEO entrepreneur travelling

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Moving Target: How Technology Changed the Travel Experience

Cision

Consumers interact much differently with travel and hospitality providers now than in years past, and those providers are beginning to notice the increasing dependency on mobile devices to quickly get information. For example: 35 percent of the world’s travelers use smartphones more when traveling than at home. 97 percent of all business travelers said they always traveled with a mobile device. Want more data and insights about travelers and technology?

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How the pandemic changed travelers—and people: 4 insights for hospitality marketers

Agility PR Solutions

There’s no doubt that the pandemic modified travel—but that’s just part of the story. The post How the pandemic changed travelers—and people: 4 insights for hospitality marketers appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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5 Travel News Trends to Watch in 2021

Cision

Travel news is finally rebounding. Here are a few trends and predictions based on recent news releases distributed by PR Newswire. Media Blog

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Pitching Travel Media Amid the COVID-19 Shutdown

PRSay

Like many parts of the American economy, the travel and tourism sector has been hit hard by the coronavirus shutdown. And Hana Alberts , New York Post travel editor and one of the three journalists on the panel, agreed. Travel content that tells readers, “Go here.

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How to Appeal to Traveling Families With Diverse Needs

Cision

Cision’s study, “ Planning Travel: What Drives Travel Decisions ,” took an in-depth look at the factors affecting families’ travel decisions by analyzing social media posts on forums, blogs and social networks. For example, the study found that: Families begin planning travel far in advance and want to have itinerary details clearly outlined to facilitate hassle-free trips. Travel scheduling is based, in large part, on the timing of school vacations.

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4 musts for the travel industry to ensure your CX flies first class

Agility PR Solutions

Traveling was a stressful adventure even before the pandemic. Now, health concerns, behavior expectations, increased travelers, labor shortages, and constantly changing policies and norms have dramatically increased that stress. Planning a trip this year?

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How travel brands can fill the social media void

PR Daily

As organizations in the travel and hospitality space adapt to the reality fo the global pandemic, there’s still a way for them to engage on social media platforms, even without user-generated content. The surest way to make people long to travel is to tell them they can’t.

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5 Incredible Content Marketing Examples From Travel Brands

Contently - Strategy

Even aside from the travel logistics, you probably want to read up on your destination’s local cultures and customs—you don’t just want to walk like a robot from tourist destination to tourist destination, buying a cheap keychain or shot glass at each gift shop. For that, you’ll need some well-rendered travel content examples. That’s why AirBnB’s travel magazine is a stellar content campaign. When was the last time you took a true vacation?

Travelers Insurance births a new superhero to illustrate the dangers of distracted driving

PR Daily

Travelers Insurance wanted to draw attention to the dangers of driving while texting, updating social media, shopping and other activities. The post Travelers Insurance births a new superhero to illustrate the dangers of distracted driving appeared first on PR Daily.

7 tips for connecting with travelers in a changed world

Agility PR Solutions

The coronavirus pandemic has slammed the brakes on travel worldwide, leaving hospitality marketers with scrapped 2020 plans, reduced resources and no clear path forward. The post 7 tips for connecting with travelers in a changed world appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Latest Technologies Every Traveler Needs

5W PR

Technological advancements have made a world of difference for the modern-day traveler. According to 5W’s 2020 Consumer Culture Report , travel and experiences are among the top-ranked categories consumers want to spend their money on. Planning and booking travel is a full-time job.

6 questions with Lilit Marcus from CNN Travel

Muck Rack

6 questions with Lilit Marcus from CNN Travel

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‘Have Shot, Will Travel’: Who’s on the move, and where are they going?

Agility PR Solutions

In an increasingly safer world, people are now getting the travel bug, according to new research from leading travel guidance platform Tripadvisor. The post ‘Have Shot, Will Travel’: Who’s on the move, and where are they going?

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Coronavirus travel impact—75% of Americans surveyed will NOT cancel upcoming travel plans

Agility PR Solutions

A new survey of Americans with pending travel plans from HotelPlanner.com asked respondents about their plans to deal with travel in the midst of the global coronavirus outbreak.

Tesla denies discrimination allegations, travel brands fail to win over Black travelers and Unilever hints at Ben & Jerry’s return to Israel

PR Daily

A new poll from Morning Consult found that Black travelers have increased distrust of travel brands, with independent boutique hotels earning the trust of 60% Black travelers surveyed compared to 70% of all travelers.

Top 10 NatGeo Traveler Staffers on Twitter

Cision

This week we take a look at the top staffers at National Geographic Traveler on Twitter, ranked by number of followers. Follower counts were pulled on May 10, 2017, and will change over time. Andrew McCarthy – Editor at Large – 89,387. Thrilled to brag that Just Fly Away will be on the May 14 @nytimesbooks bestseller list pic.twitter.com/Ee9kPohgl3. — Andrew McCarthy (@AndrewTMcCarthy) May 3, 2017. Marilyn Terrell – Chief Researcher – 69,657. Just one shot!”

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Travel is back, but expectations have changed—4 insights for marketers

Agility PR Solutions

New research from vacation rental hospitality firm Evolve makes it clear that travel will return in 2022—but with some important shifts. Travelers are savvier […].

3 ways the travel industry can navigate a shared global PR crisis

Agility PR Solutions

It is undeniable that the entire world is feeling the effects of COVID-19, but few businesses are under such intense pressure as those in the travel and hospitality industries. Both domestic and international travel has ground to a halt, and self-isolation has forced everyone indoors.

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3 phases of destination recovery from COVID-19 for travel marketers

Agility PR Solutions

It’s an event analogous with the effect COVID-19 will have on the global travel […]. The post 3 phases of destination recovery from COVID-19 for travel marketers appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Top Travel Journalists to Cover Your Story – The 2020 List

Prowly

With over a decade of experience, New York-based Lindsay Tigar is an established lifestyle and travel journalist. Her on-location travel stories, attention to detail, beautiful imageries, and unique perspective will take you through a magical adventure.

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Traveler Expectations for In-Flight Technology

Cision

Estimates for summer air travel by the industry group Airlines for America predict that a record 222 million travelers are expected to fly between June 1 and August 31–that’s an average of 2.4 million people traveling daily. A review of nearly 120,000 posts from travelers discussing the in-flight experience on social media channels during the past six months surfaced some of the in-flight travel expectations of this audience. Travel Fee Fatigue.

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