AgentNation Launches, Offering Online Community for Agents


Home-based travel agents are now able to join the first social network for travel professionals as The Travel Group launches AgentNation, a new addition to

By creating a profile and joining AgentNation, agents can engage in discussions with fellow travel professionals and join a group made up exclusively of other home-based agents; post videos and pictures from their latest trips; and blog with their peers.

In addition, agents can invite their friends to join the network, write comments and ask questions about the latest news and trends in the travel industry and even become a fan of other members (while making fans of their own).

With social networking an increasingly important part of doing business, AgentNation offers travel professionals a powerful forum to connect to others in the industry while sharing their own thoughts and experiences.

Home-based travel agents can join AgentNation today by visiting and creating their profile.

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