Announcing a major new feature:
You can now show travel specials on the pages of the itineraries you create for your clients.
IMPORTANT: this NOT turned on by default; if you’d like to take advantage of this feature, you need to edit your profile in Visual Itineraries…there, you’ll see a list of tour operators you can choose from. If you don’t choose any–no specials will be shown.
Visual Itineraries is proud to sponsor Panthers Basketball, at Peninsula K-8 school in Portland, Oregon.
We’ve just added a new section to our website for travel planning articles for consumers. The first three articles are up there now:
We’ve recently integrated Google Reviews for all points of interest in Visual Itineraries. If there are reviews available from Google Places, a “Reviews” tab will appear:
Note that the current version of Google Places reviews gives the user the option of rating on a scale of 0 to 3.
We get asked all the time about overwater bungalows–of course you probably knew they existed in French Polynesia. But you can also find them in Fiji, Maldives, and even Zanzibar. We’ve created a Visual Itineraries overwater bungalows collection to show you on a map (with the photos, videos, virtual tours etc. of course) where they can be found.
**UPDATE** we’ve just added a new travel planning article on overwater bungalows.
At the suggestion of one of the agents, we’ve added the ability to show your Pinterest profile link in the branding area at the bottom of your itineraries.
Today we sent out a press release about the new consumer-facing version of Visual Itineraries.
Full text of the press release is here.
We’ve put together a selection of 250 of our favorite romantic resorts, hotels, and even safari camps all over the world–we’re calling it our best honeymoon destinations list. **UPDATE** We’ve also added a new travel planning article on the top honeymoon destinations.
We’ve got a new feature available to help drive more customers to you, via the Visual Itineraries that you link to from your website or Facebook.
Look at the result of this Google search–the Visual Itineraries one stands out (not just because it’s first, but because the travel agent’s photo is shown next to it).
Google search results for Skydiving as a career option
Just finished putting together a Visual Itinerary for a trip to Africa to visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund headquarters that’s being planned by Mango African Safaris and Azumano Travel.