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Une carte de voyage créée à partir des recommandations de ses amis sur les réseaux sociaux

Une carte de voyage créée à partir des recommandations de ses amis sur les réseaux sociaux | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

"La compagnie aérienne KLM a mis en place un site internet qui permet aux utilisateurs de concevoir leur propre itinéraire dans la ville à partir des recommandations obtenues sur les réseaux sociaux..."

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Actus, tendances et innovations du e-tourisme et des voyages. News, trends and innovations in the travel industry.
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Airbnb + HotelTonight = new startup Overnight

Need a place to crash last-minute but don't want to pay for a pricey, cookie-cutter hotel? Overnight can hook you up with a local to stay with righ
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Visa continue de se faire une place dans le Tourisme

Visa continue de se faire une place dans le Tourisme | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Visa Europe propose désormais de nouveaux services sur son application « Visa en Voyage » afin d’apporter aux voyageurs une organisation simplifiée de leurs vacances, en intégrant des notifications push, des guides pays et un accès au service d’assistance internationale pour les cartes Visa. Des améliorations qui montrent que la société veut se faire une place dans le Tourisme.
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Tripilli: Planifier, voyager et vendre ses itinéraires

Tripilli: Planifier, voyager et vendre ses itinéraires | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Offrez aux voyageurs un moyen simple de planifier leur prochain séjour grâce à vos expériences de voyage. Publiez votre itinéraire étape par étape en ajoutant les activités, hébergements, transports et restaurants que vous avez effectué. Vendez votre voyage 1 fois, 2 fois, 3 fois, ... Publiez votre voyage
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98 lifestyle and work resources for digital nomads

98 lifestyle and work resources for digital nomads | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
A comprehensive list of tools used for traveling, living, and working from anywhere in the world.
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Amadeus Smart Tour Suite : "Les TO vont gagner en fiabilité et en productivité"

Amadeus Smart Tour Suite : "Les TO vont gagner en fiabilité et en productivité" | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

En septembre dernier Amadeus annonçait sa suite logicielle destinée aux tour-opérateurs, Amadeus Smart Tour Suite, que Solea Vacances vient de lancer. Amadeus franchit donc une nouvelle étape.


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Eve-Line Boulle's curator insight, May 20, 9:24 AM
"i-tourisme : Amadeus, Gestour et Orchestra viennent de lancer une nouvelle suite logicielle à destination des Tour-Opérateurs. C’est une première du genre. En quoi cette association représente-t-elle une véritable avancée pour les producteurs."
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What online hotel ratings and reviews aren't telling consumers

What online hotel ratings and reviews aren't telling consumers | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Hotel ratings do not tell the full story of how guests view a hotel, according to an analysis of the text of 5,830 reviews covering 57 hotels in Moscow, Russia. The study found, for instance, that negative comments have a heavier weight in a guest’s rating of a hotel than do positive comments. This uneven weighting means that a simple average of positive and negative scores may not provide a clear view of guests’ opinion of the hotel. This finding also underlines the importance of consistency, because guests’ bad feelings from poor service generally will submerge their favorable feelings from good service. The study applied a regression analysis to the relationships of 18,106 distinct terms relating to five specific attributes—amenities, experience, location, transactions, and value. Download the report.


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E-tourisme : un parcours client sophistiqué mais personnalisé

E-tourisme : un parcours client sophistiqué mais personnalisé | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Attachez vos ceintures ! Décollage immédiat sur les comportements de recherche et les tendances de consommation online dans le secteur de l’e-tourisme.
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Fabien Quezel's curator insight, May 23, 6:01 AM
L'acte d'achat des séjours touristiques est un chemin sinueux : long et multicanal. Où les destinations doivent répondre à une exigence de service toujours plus qualitative.

pour résumer : Mobile First, Vidéo, Authenticité.
Eve-Line Boulle's curator insight, May 23, 9:41 AM
"Désormais, le smartphone se glisse dans les bagages, et les voyageurs attendent une expérience plus simple, fluide et immédiate..."
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More travel companies testing the virtual reality water 

More travel companies testing the virtual reality water  | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Virtual reality projects from YouVisit (Yosemite) and Tourism Australia show how the technology is catching on

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Hotels Should Better Use TripAdvisor to Their Advantage

Hotels Should Better Use TripAdvisor to Their Advantage | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
In its latest report, "Luxury Hotels: Regional Search Strategies," New York-based brand consultancy L2 suggests upper upscale and luxury hotel brands shoul

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Kwok Sum Yue's curator insight, May 19, 12:09 PM
i totally agree that hotels should better use tripadvisor to their advantage as this is one of the most popular website when travelling comes to mind. in the new generation, rather than spending lots of time googling about all the hotels and checking 10 different website, people will immediately goes to tripadvisor for whatever information they needed.
hotels should be during tripadvisor for marketing in numerous way. they can either partner with the website and make sure that they will be seen on the good spot when guest are looking for a particular places, this increase the chances that the guest might consider to say in the hotel. other ways are also putting promotion on the website or simply to show the benefits of the hotel in attracting their guest. 

it is also mentioned that hotels should be more rapidly replying their feedback on tripadvisor. i agree to that as people love interaction. and if there is any bad experience someone had the hotel would have known and make it up so that the same mistake wont happen again. 
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Comment Airbnb et Uber ont tué le marketing digital !

Comment Airbnb et Uber ont tué le marketing digital ! | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Le marketing digital est mort. C'est dommage pour tous ceux qui voulaient en faire un point de différence, mais c'est la triste réalité.


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Eve-Line Boulle's curator insight, May 17, 9:37 AM
"La démonstration, encore une fois, vient de ces deux mastodontes de l’économie collaborative que sont Airbnb et Uber. En décryptant les deux dernières opérations de communication de ces géants, vous comprendrez mieux !"
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Airport experience and digital travel by 2018

Airport experience and digital travel by 2018 | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

The mobile device is overhauling the travel industry to the extent that within two years the passenger experience will be almost totally digitised. Airport and airline IT company SITA says in its latest report that by 2018, some 60% of passengers will use a mobile device self-service check-in, with 90% of airports offering assisted bag drop services. The mobile evolution will also begin to shift into other elements of the passenger journey as an estimated 52% of carriers will use self-service tools to solve disruption and other problems with a trip. Download the report.


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Sophie Chailloux's curator insight, May 19, 11:34 AM
Du mobile dans l'expérience client d'ici 2018 
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Google shows its potential to ruin the dreams of travel destination apps

Google shows its potential to ruin the dreams of travel destination apps | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
True to form, Google is putting the industry on red alert with the upcoming release of a new travel app known as Trips.
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What motivates international consumers to travel?

What motivates international consumers to travel? | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Tourism Australia has released the latest findings from its international consumer research study, The Consumer Demand Project (CDP). The CDP was set up in 2012 to look into how global consumers view Australia and what motivates them to visit. The research has been conducted annually across eleven of Australia's key markets, with over 60,000 international long-haul travellers via online research panels. The research is used to help shape the future marketing of Australia and identify opportunities to make the country's tourism offering more attractive to overseas visitors. Click here to download the consumer fact sheets for the following markets: USA, China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and UK.


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En 10 ans, les OTAs ont pris de vitesse les agences traditionnelles

En 10 ans, les OTAs ont pris de vitesse les agences traditionnelles | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
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Lorsqu’ils réservent leurs vacances, 44% des Français passent par une agence de voyages en ligne, note une étude publié

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Your hotel should have a blog – here are four good reasons why …

Your hotel should have a blog – here are four good reasons why … | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Maintaining a blog can seem like a lot of effort. You might ask, “What’s the point of having one? People already know about my hotel.” But do they really?
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This is a video of our future, and it's scary as hell

This is a video of our future, and it's scary as hell | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
even though we can't know what the future holds, if the current trends are any indication, Keiichi Matsuda's video might be a very good showcase of what lies ahead, and it's not pleasant. 
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The global consumers to watch

The global consumers to watch | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Dramatic demographic shifts are transforming the world’s consumer landscape. McKinsey & Company's new research finds just three groups of consumers are set to generate half of global urban consumption growth from 2015 to 2030. The three demographic groups are:

 

  1. The retiring and elderly in developed economies.
  2. China's working age population.
  3. North America's working age population.

 

McKinsey & Company have summarised three fundamental implications of this research for corporate strategy:

  • Footprint matters - companies need to continually adapt to evolving demographics and consumption patterns of cities.
  • Tailor products - companies with the skills to develop tailored products and services to meet the needs of an increasingly complex consumer landscape can prosper.
  • Look closely at services - the growing share of services in consumption will, directly or indirectly, have an impact on all consumer-facing businesses.

 

Click here to download an executive summary or the full report.


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Travel apps lag behind mobile web for finding travel information

Travel apps lag behind mobile web for finding travel information | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
A major study of search and booking behaviour has found that applications come second best when it comes to how consumers access travel info on devices.
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Eve-Line Boulle's curator insight, May 20, 9:34 AM
"The world of apps have a better showing on smartphones but are still not the primary method at 47%."
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5 Community Managers de destinations touristiques sous les projecteurs ! | Etourisme.info

5 Community Managers de destinations touristiques sous les projecteurs ! | Etourisme.info | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
Je vous invite aujourd’hui à prendre connaissance d’une série d’entretiens très instructive réalisée ce printemps auprès de 5 Community Managers de destinations françaises d’envergure. Dans ces interviews détaillées valorisant le quotidien de professionnels passionnés par le tourisme numérique et œuvrant pour différents types de destination (montagne, littorale et urbaine) vous pourrez notamment découvrir : =>

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Infographie : le top 10 des sites de tourisme

Infographie : le top 10 des sites de tourisme | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

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Quels sont les premiers sites marchands français de voyages en ce début d'année 2016 ?


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7 things that small travel providers need to do to compete

7 things that small travel providers need to do to compete | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Can smaller travel agencies and OTAs compete against market giants? Here are 7 possible ways, from a Swiss travel entrepreneur.

 

  1. Be personal - travellers are humans and are more likely to trust other human beings over booking engines.
  2. Connect with hotel partners - most hoteliers would rather not deal with Expedia or Booking.com.
  3. Be communicative - small OTAs have the same policies as Booking.com and Expedia but this message needs to reach the target audience.
  4. Be trustable - include logos and affiliations, satisfied client reviews and rating, and talk about your history.
  5. Find alliances - Synergies can be achieved through customer services and IT companies.
  6. Personalise all automatic software - personalised messages can easily be created with chat software like Intercom.
  7. Find your niche - identify your forte and try to be the best in that slot.

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How China's travellers are reshaping global marketing strategies

How China's travellers are reshaping global marketing strategies | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Chinese tourists make more than 100 million overseas trips a year, but marketing to this lucrative group starts long before they leave China. Clever brands are engaing sophisticated activations through popular social app WeChat in the average four to six-week research period prior to travel and then retargeting travellers once they arrive at their international destination. Marketing to this unique consumer group is not new - but the changing characteristics of the Chinese traveller is. It is now essential that a marketing plan incorporates a personalised digital strategy customised to the young, digitally savvy and independent Chinese traveller. Find out more.


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La gamification s’invite dans le monde de l’e-tourisme

La gamification s’invite dans le monde de l’e-tourisme | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

À l’image des secteurs les plus traditionnels qui opèrent une véritable révolution digitale, l’industrie du tourisme connaît aujourd’hui de profondes mutations et voit apparaître de nouveaux usages.


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Eve-Line Boulle's curator insight, May 17, 9:45 AM
"On assiste à une forte poussée de la gamification qui se positionne comme une nouvelle approche plébiscitée par le grand public avide de nouveaux moyens pour découvrir un site touristique."
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10 reasons why Dynamic Ads for Travel from Facebook heralds a new era of travel marketing - Tnooz

10 reasons why Dynamic Ads for Travel from Facebook heralds a new era of travel marketing - Tnooz | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it
This week Facebook has launched Dynamic Ads for Travel (DAT), its native retargeting solution for travel advertisers.
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How leisure travellers are researching and booking hotels

How leisure travellers are researching and booking hotels | Tourisme Tendances | Scoop.it

Digital agency Fuel has compiled the results of the Leisure Travel Planning Study, its annual research on how leisure travellers are researching and booking hotels. According to the research, consumers are visiting an average of 4.6 unique sites prior to booking, spending an average of 26 days researching hotels. When it comes to making the decision, consumers say reviews on the hotel site, pictures on the hotel website and quality of the hotel website are more important and influential than review sites. Download the report.


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