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.
Been doing some research with Gen Z about their attitudes to holidays - UK is firmly off the radar except for visiting friends and events
"In search of adventure & a different kind of sky": evocative audio portrait of Kent's Isle of Thanet @VisitThanet https://t.co/IdoqqPEMvX
Potential new funding source? Airbnb introduces €5m Community Tourism Programme @Airbnb @AirbnbCitizen https://t.co/khQjS2rnq0 via @AM2jobs
.@DCMS shakeup sees John Glen appointed to oversee arts, heritage and tourism @JohnGlenUK https://t.co/vCADAZZkMy via @AM2jobs
The National Forest is recruiting
https://t.co/y4v4RvPNpf Great opportunity.
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