Monthly Archives: October 2009

Watch Out For Phishing Scams

What is β€œPhishing”? Phishing is the term used to describe the fraudulent process of attempting to acquire private information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card information via e-mail or the internet. In most cases it is from a convincingly written e-mail with a web link to a fake web site asking you to log […]

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Content. King.

You may be aware that we recently launched what we believe will be great enhancement to our VacationPort and NexCite website programs for agencies. It’s called ResortPort, and it allows individual properties to add their rich media content to thousands of agency websites powered by VacationPort or NexCite. ResortPort is a big win for everyone […]

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Travel Website Ideas (Part Two)

Last week, Scott Klososky had a great presentation on designing travel websites at the Travel Weekly virtual tradeshow (you can see a summary of his top-10 ideas). I want to mention something that Scott did not touch on. I’ve heard a lot of debate over the last few years regarding consumer online booking of β€˜complex’ […]

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Don’t Forget Content for Your Website

There are several ways to enhance your website with tools available to you today. And the simplest one I suggest, use content provided by our suppliers to get pricing and product detail in front of your shopping customer.

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Travel Website Ideas (Part One)

I listened to Scott Klososky’s session on website design at the recent Travel Weekly virtual tradeshow, and would like to give you a couple of my own thoughts on this topic. I’ve had the pleasure of participating in several Travel Weekly Leadership Forums over the last year or so, and have heard Scott speak multiple […]

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Are You Up To Date?

It’s easy to ignore those persistent computer messages to update your virus protection, but so much more difficult to eradicate a virus that has taken over your computer.

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