Cox & Kings Content Now in Passport Online System

keyboardLuxury travel brand Cox & Kings reports its global offerings are now live and active for travel agency websites powered by Passport Online, Inc.  

Nearly six million unique consumers a month, browsing their personal travel professional’s website, can explore the full range of  Cox & Kings’ product offerings with each call-to-action directed back to the travel professional. 

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Effective this week, the inventory of Cox & Kings will be populated in the search engines of Passport Online customer websites.

The move enables travel agency customers access to automatically updated tour content and the ability to share that content with their customers through websites, email marketing solutions and social media, said Jeanne Colombo, vice president, supplier relations for Passport Online.

Passport reports it powers more than 6,000 travel agent consumer-facing websites, hosting more than 6.0 million monthly consumer shopping sessions. Passport also powers the extranets of ten leading consortia and host agencies, reaching over 30,000 agents on an ongoing basis.


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