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How To Conduct Market Research In The Travel Industry

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There are 29 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Adding ‘prosumers’ to your groups can provide a creative boost
Under the right circumstances, including - rather than excluding - marketing professionals normally screened out of focus groups can lead to breakthroughs. Examples from British Airways and WD-40 are cited to illustrate how this approach has helped develop new products and services.
At American Express Travel Services, management and employees at all levels use data from customer satisfaction research
American Express Travel Services conducted telephone interviews to measure satisfaction with membership travel services. A needs assessment study helped the researchers determine what elements to include in the telephone questionnaire.
Hilton uses research in creation of vacation promotion
Hilton Hotels Corp. conducted a telephone survey of 1000 adults regarding their weekend leisure and work habits in the development of its BounceBack Weekend vacation program.
For hotels cutting back on services to trim costs, how far is too far?
Results from a survey of prospective travelers show that some hotel amenities are more valued than others. As travel-industry firms look to cut costs, research can provide needed direction on where services can be reduced, re-priced or eliminated, as across-the-board changes run the risk of alienating large customer segments, possibly permanently.
Summer vacations now with fewer vacations
High gas prices in summer 2011 have counteracted the economic recovery, as more people are choosing to opt out of vacations in favor of "staycations."

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Recent Articles

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In Case You Missed It... October 2014
News and notes on marketing and marketing research: researching travel on smartphones; tablets as pirmary banking method.
How consumer feedback can change what you know about seasonal buying patterns
Analysis of online consumer reviews uncovers patterns in shopping behavior and in the timing of when shoppers start gathering information for their upcoming purchases.
Strategies for reaching Millennial and Boomer shoppers
The author explores why marketers targeting Millennials and Boomers need to consider factors beyond just the usual broad, age-based categorizations.
In Case You Missed It... January 2014
News and notes on marketing and research: handling bad press; Hyatt's Twitter focus group
Study results guide enhancements to Myrtle Beach Golf PassPort
Research helped make an already successful affinity marketing program for golfers in Myrtle Beach, S.C., even more so by delivering greater choice and value.

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