Sunday, August 13, 2006

Focus the Information You Receive From Travel Suppliers

Podcast Number Seventy-two

Lorene returns from her Carribean Cruise and tells us about her experience and how it will help her sell more cruises.

Rob O'Connor, the Chief Technology Officer for TravelScream joins the podcast to talk about how Really Simple Syndication (RSS) can simplify your life by tailoring the information you receive from travel suppliers. Getting email from travel suppliers is a shotgun approach. You may receive one email out of ten that offers you something of interest. You can narrowly focus the travel supplier information you receive by signing up with TravelScream.


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Thank you for listening to the Home Based Travel Agent Podcast. You can email me at barry@hometravelagent.net or email Lorene at sharptongued@mac.com

2 Comments:

Blogger Chris2x said...

This will help you spot Lorene

http://images.google.com/images?svnum=10&hl=en&safe=off&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=lorene+romero&spell=1

12:51 PM  
Blogger Chris2x said...

Lorene mentioned that cruise ships de-salenate all their water. That depends on where they are. We were in Bermuda on a Royal Caribbean cruise and they announced that they normally would be buying water from Bermuda while they were in port but that there was a water shortage. They needed people to conserve water because otherwise they would need to take the ship out of port for a number of hours to de-salinate more water as they were not allowed to run the de-salinators in port.

1:40 PM  

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