Silversea Cruises Offers Co-Branded Online Program

 

Visitors to Silversea's co-branded website will see customized features such as the travel agency's branding, logo, contact information and "About Us" page. // (c) 2011 Silversea Cruises.

Silversea Cruises has introduced a new online program that enables U.S. and Canadian travel agents to create their own Silversea co-branded website.

The co-branded website provides current Silversea information and is designed to help Silversea's travel partners increase their sales with Silversea. Visitors to the website will see customized features such as the travel agency's branding, logo, contact information and "About Us" page. To get started, agents need to visit the travel agent section of Silversea's website, where they can view an example of a co-branded website and sign up for the program, which is free -- there is no cost to the agency to participate.

The agency's co-branded website features up-to-date Silversea information, including all sailings and current special offers, and directs visitors to contact the agency to learn more and make their reservation. The Silversea co-branded website will allow visitors to communicate directly with the agency by completing forms, which will be e-mailed only to the agency. Contact information for the agency will appear on every page of the website.

Once the agency has its unique URL for the co-branded website, they can deploy marketing campaigns with the major search engines and incorporate the website in their e-mail marketing initiatives.

Visit www.Silversea.com/TravelAgents

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