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New Program Helps Agents Monitor Consumer HabitsMarch 4, 2010 By: George Dooley
TripAtlas.com's 'Trend Tracker' foresees Los Angeles, Orlando and Hawaii to peak U.S. travelers' interests in the coming months. The program allows agents and tour operators to monitor top departure cities and top travel destinations.
"An essential aspect of being a successful agent is knowing what peaks your clients' interests," said Travis Snelling, general manager and co-developer of TripAtlas.com. "Our 'Trend Tracker' helps travel professionals understand what kind of vacations their clients are interested in booking and gives them the ability to promote popular destinations to generate business."
Travel professionals can sign up for a free trial at www.TripAtlasPro.com, which allows them to respond to up to five consumer travel leads. Once agents have seen the proven value, they can continue to use TripAtlas PRO without further commitment on a pay-per-lead basis (20 consumer leads for $19.90; 50 leads for $44.90), or they can purchase a TripAtlas PRO Enhanced Membership for only $35 per month or $395 per year (a $25 savings over month by month fee).
TripAtlas.com says the membership fee includes access to 150 consumer travel leads per year (additional leads available for less than $0.99 each), the ability to post an unlimited number of travel packages online, an enhanced Online Storefront page, access to travel trends, customer relationship management and more. TripAtlas.com does not take a commission or interfere with the business between consumers and agents.