White paper | How to Increase Travel & Tourism Revenue Through Accelerated Website and Application Performance
This whitepaper explains some of the challenges that tourism and travel wesbites face today as they wage economic wars on the Internet. There is high competition in the hospitality industry and consumers are no longer satisfied with a travel destination brochure. They have expectations for deeper insights and richer destination previews and if your tourism or travel website is not offering this, they may search elsewhere for information. For this reason, travel and tourism organizations have dramatically stepped up website efforts. Websites and web applications have become mission-critical for these businesses. This whitepaper discusses in more depth the challenges specific to travel websites and what efforts can be made to increase revenue and win the war online.
Some key topics explored in this whitepaper:
- The Battle for Online Travel & Tourism Revenues
- The Application Performance Imperative
- Application Performance Challenges for Travel Websites
- Delivering a Local Experience Around the Globe
- Choosing a CDN Provider
From the whitepaper:
“While many travel and tourism businesses consider their online competitors to be those from countries with hundreds of millions of Internet users and technological superiority, a growing threat has emerged from lesser-developed nations. Travel and tourism businesses from less wired nations have become quite savvy at optimizing their sites and adding incredibly engaging functionality to attract and retain the attention of vacation shoppers. In many cases, these businesses either receive funding from companies and governments that benefit from tourism or they join quasi-governmental sites and sell their services there. One prime example of this emerging competitive threat is the new SoutheastAsia.org website, launched in January of 2010…”
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