TripAtlas Lead Program Hits 2,000 Mark

 

TripAtlas PRO reports that the travel professionals using the online travel resource at TripAtlas.com at topped 2,000 members this month— a 1,500 percent increase since the program launch a year ago.

"The growth of our TripAtlas PRO program demonstrates that there is genuine consumer interest out there and that our network of PROs is steadily converting our growing stream of travel leads into bookings," said Steven Kaufman, president and co-developer of TripAtlas.com.

Kaufman credits positive word of mouth from satisfied PROs for the company's continued surge in membership.

The all-in-one PRO Enhanced membership includes access to 150 consumer travel leads per year (additional leads available for less than $0.99 each), the ability to post an unlimited number of travel packages online, an enhanced Online Storefront page, access to real-time travel trending and tools to help establish and maintain relationships with customers.

Travel professionals can sign up for a free pay-as-you-go membership at www.TripAtlasPro.com which allows them to respond to up to five consumer travel leads. TripAtlas.com does not take a commission or interfere with the business between consumers and agents.

TripAtlas.com has also launched a referral program providing existing TripAtlas PRO Enhanced members five complimentary credits if they refer another travel professional to "go PRO" and sign up for a free Pay-as-you-go membership.

Visit www.TripAtlasPro.com.

 

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