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Luxury Travel Expo Reveals How to Turn Leads into Lasting Customers

October 19, 2010 By: Mary Woodworth

There is no denying that technology allows travel agents to cast a wider net to capture customers. But any agent who has dabbled in online customer acquisition knows that relying on technology to initiate a personal connection with new customers isn’t easy. However Luxury Travel Expo 2010 will reveal the tried-and-true methods to getting the most out of online customer acquisition.

The all-new "Ditch Leads and Acquire Customers" educational session at this year’s Luxury Travel Expo will show agents how to use the web to maximize profits while minimizing costs. Agents will learn how to avoid the ever-prominent “cost-per-lead” trap so they can focus on a higher conversion rates. Plus, our expert will reveal the secrets behind building an online marketing strategy to bolster sales as well as a return on investment. To view the 25+ education session line-up at this year’s show, click here.

Register for Luxury Travel Expo at to save 20 percent off the onsite pass ($100 onsite). Plus, receive an additional 10 percent discount when you use your American Express Card.

Want to save on your hotel stay during Luxury Travel Expo? Reserve your stay with our housing bureau by October 31 to take advantage of the reduced rate of $109 per night at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. All reservations include a complimentary resort fee (valued at $60). Plus, any agent who registers will be entered into a drawing to win tickets to see the critically acclaimed Jersey Boys show! Book your hotel stay now.

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