With the Louvre, Cannes, and Bordeaux all within a relatively short distance, who could blame French travelers for never leaving their country. As it turns out, however, the French have so much vacation time (40 days a year on average according to our research), that they have time to explore their beautiful country and the rest of the world. With so many vacation days, we decided to compile some insights from our recent study on that shed light on how they use their vacation time to help you reach and influence French travelers.
Did you know that 62 percent of Millennials look for travel inspiration online? Or what about the fact that Boomers rank activities they will be doing as their highest travel consideration? These are just two insights from our new eBook . In this eBook, you’ll find relevant insights and tactics to help you connect more deeply with these two generations. Below are just some of the examples of what you’ll find.
“Business or pleasure?” It’s a question travelers are frequently asked when sharing travel plans. However, our latest research reveals that the line between the two is becoming increasingly blurred as more and more business travelers extend trips to make the most of their time away from home.
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British travel, both domestic and international, increased in 2017 and is projected to keep increasing for 2018, according to a new report in ABTA. This is great news for marketers as this growth presents an opportunity for you to reach a larger audience. With that, we’re giving you insights into British generations to help you connect more deeply with the British traveler.
We’re already a few weeks into the new year, and uncovering the next trends in travel – cue the buzzwords. While these trends change with the season, what’s certain is the substantial research that has uncovered where we are heading in the travel space. In 2017, we looked deeply into traveler trends and behaviors and uncovered some interesting information that shed light into what we can expect for the coming year as marketers in this space.
Did you know that 43 percent of business trips turn into leisure and business trips (what we call bleisure)? Now consider that 66 percent of bleisure travelers spend more money on leisure activities because of the money they saved on travel. Translation? Bleisurers are ready and willing to spend their money. With that, marketers are in a great position to see their incremental revenue rise by tapping into this segment of travelers. So, to help you reach this audience, we’re explaining how one critical aspect of travel attracts them—destinations.
Regardless of current events, world politics or global issues, people continue to travel. They still want to explore new places, visit friends and family near and far, and immerse themselves in other cultures around the world—and we don’t expect this slow down anytime soon.
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Expedia Media Solutions, along with other groups from Expedia, Inc., descended on Las Vegas this week for the annual Expedia Partner Conference. We had the opportunity to host an Insights Summit for the seventh year in a row, for over 600 of our global partners. During our time together, we shared our latest custom study findings and a look at how our first-party proprietary data and digital media tools enable marketing partners to engage travelers throughout the path to purchase. We also heard from several of our marketing partners sharing their own success stories and how Expedia Media Solutions helped them reach their marketing objectives whether it was expanding their brand presence in a new region, driving bookings during slower seasons or showcasing a destination in a new way through hotel partnership. We also hosted a panel of our top Expedia, Inc. brand marketing leaders to tap into their expertise on reaching and resonating with today’s consumers, and what is next for digital marketing.
The travel industry's top leaders and influencers recently descended on Hollywood, Fla. for the 2017 Phocuswright Conference. We were on hand to present our latest research and hear firsthand from key industry executives what they see could be the next big thing in travel.
Australians are the most deal-driven travelers within Asia-Pacific, but given that they travel the most and are more likely to travel abroad, they invest in travel and are likely looking to get the most bang for their buck. According to our new study with Northstar Research Partners, Australian travelers prioritize activities, deals and low prices, once in a lifetime or “bucket list” trips and cultural experiences, and approximately 48 percent plan and book their trip via an online travel agency (OTA).