New Lead Generator for Travel Agents From Cruise Planners

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Cruise Planners, an American Express Travel Representative, has announced a newly-redesigned website that offers travelers a chance to connect with their travel advisor to book travel. 

The website’s new chat feature connects travelers looking to book with a travel agent. The website also has a responsive design to enable it to work on desktop, table or mobile devices. 


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Enhancements to the website include:

Lead-generating opportunities for franchise owners. The lead generating process uses geotargeting to match clients with the right travel advisor, based on the agents’ current online availability. These hot leads will include details of the trip clients have searched for, allowing agents to close the sale quicker.

SEO-rich text. The SEO content will help drive web traffic for all target markets including travel consumers, potential franchisees and those looking for information regarding travel agent services.

Exclusive travel deals. Now more prominent, the weekly travel deals featured on the website are exclusive Cruise Planners offerings such as added or upgraded amenities and reservation discounts not available through other online travel retailers.

Agent profile listings. All agents can customize their profile page on the corporate website, increasing Cruise Planners’ local search visibility using geotargeting technology.

Once a traveler has started working with a Cruise Planners travel agent, agents will be able to send their clients digital trip summaries within minutes of connecting with them.


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