July 28, 2016
Lufthansa selling flights on Airbnb
Facing headwinds, Lufthansa has quietly listed seats on its planes on Airbnb. The company isn’t just being cute by tapping the Airbnb platform. It’s trying to fill its planes.Read more
Media Mosaic, a travel-focused digital marketing agency, assembled an infographic to provide a bird’s eye view of the largest travel brands’ presence on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn along with, where available, their TripAdvisor ratings.
The social travel revolution is a well-documented one, as airlines, cruises, and hotels are using social media more than ever before, and receptive travelers are right there alongside them.
Social travel revenue has grown 103% – (compared to regular travel’s 4.03%) – and 40% of travel companies now rate social media as increasingly important in connecting tourists with their business.
It’s interesting to see the span of platforms that different brands prioritize. For example, Marriott has an incredible 231,000 Twitter followers, but comes in second-to-last in Facebook fans (a still impressive 140,000). Social travel is a fascinating field of study.
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