Tech Partners Develop In-Sites for Vacation.com

World Vacations Group, a travel technology company, reports it has partnered with Passport Online to develop a new In-Sites program for Vacation.com. Vacation.com introduced the new In-Sites  program at Vacation.com’s recent 13th International Conference and Trade Show in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay.  

In-Sites are white-label website programs designed to enhance member agency websites. 

In-Sites are professionally designed mini-sites that can be linked from an agency’s existing consumer website and allows the agency to showcase the agency’s expertise with six site options- European Cruising, European Tour/Land, Luxury Travel, Exotic Destinations, Alaska and the Caribbean.

The mini-sites contain rich content, including ship photos, deck plans, itinerary details, videos and up-to-date pricing. 

The In-Sites program extends an agency’s marketing reach through complete integration with Vacation.com programs, including Engagement direct marketing and two amenity-enhanced cruise programs, Vacation Vignettes and Amenity Departure Dates. They also feature agency branding and contact details, along with links to their social networking sites.

All sites are turnkey and are updated frequently to reflect current promotions and offers from Vacation.com’s participating preferred travel suppliers.



The In-Sites program integrates Passport Online’s supplier content and offer-view feeds from Vacation.com’s preferred travel suppliers that are participating in each of the Six In-Sites. Visit www.insitesinfo.com



World Vacations Group is a Seattle-based technology company engaged in cobranded white label website development to assist travel retailers in marketing luxury cruise, tour and vacation packages.
 
Passport Online is a Portland-based technology company focused on emarketing and ecommerce solutions for leisure travel agents and travel suppliers.  

Visit www.passportonlineinc.com. 

 
 




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