October 22, 2009 - Lorna
A very practical application of twitter which drives sales is being offered by Inoqo allowing hotels to distribute their ‘distressed inventory’ ie rooms they have vacant for the coming night.
Twitter users can follow the stream for their chosen destination and request deals directly into their personal Twitter stream as they go live. The service is free to travellers and Inoqo generates revenues by charging hotels a commission for each booking made.
Terrific workshop with the Leicester and Leicestershire Tourism Advisory Board as we start work on the place brandi… https://t.co/lSBjZFQJIL
Hotel on skis: Mobile glamping cabin allows guests to enjoy Northern Lights from deep within the Arctic wilderness.… https://t.co/X4GtZSdtRy
In travel "experiences, not stuff" is the mantra: now it seems the high priests of "stuff" are going all experienti… https://t.co/jmpwQBkmDv
Where are the UK's youngest and oldest city populations? - BBC News https://t.co/e7St3uRdw6 Interesting to know… https://t.co/ripzo120Iq
Looking forward to starting new project this week for @visit_leicester working on a place branding strategy and destination management plan
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