Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Tnooz: The blurring lines between transactional and non-transactional sites

My latest post for Tnooz has is live. Title of the post is "Non-transactional travel sites are chasing the online agents on unique product hunting – but can it work?". I write about how content sites are starting to negotiate directly with suppliers for unique product offerings, trying to directly challenge the major online travel agents. Mentioned in the post are Kayak Private Sale, TripAdvisor Business Listings, Voyageprive, Jetsetter, Dealbase and Totaltravel.

You can read the full post here.


Anonymous said...

Are you working here as a part time gigg

Tim Hughes, and his wife, Jacqueline, secured $5.8 million for their Pearl Beach weekender, which was bought by a West Australian mining family. The Hugheses had built the contemporary house beachfront after paying $730,000 in 1996.

Mr Hughes had spent $6 million earlier last year on Cloud Valley, a 131-hectare Yarramalong Valley weekender, without any registered mortgage - showing just how deep some pockets can be, despite the economic downturn.

Tim Hughes said...

@Anon - I wish! Unfortunately not me

April Andy said...

Anything we do in advertising is controversial. If it’s provocative and sensual and related to what we’re selling, I'm willing to take the chance. I have fun with the ads.