US Navy Accidently Kills Dolphins During Training

first_img View post tag: dolphins US Navy Accidently Kills Dolphins During Training View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Accidently Share this article March 28, 2011 View post tag: during View post tag: US View post tag: Kills A Naval training exercise that included an underwater blast off San Diego’s coast has been linked to at least three dolphin deaths earlier t…(huffingtonpost)[mappress]Source: huffingtonpost,March 28, 2011; Training & Education View post tag: Naval View post tag: Training Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy Accidently Kills Dolphins During Training last_img read more

TripAdvisor plans to introduce a loyalty program to win the battle against Google Travel

first_imgWhen you think of the experience of online travel booking, such as searching portals like Priceline.com, Expedia.com or Booking.com, the loyalty program is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But in the campaign against Google Travel, a loyalty program could be the element that will put online travel agencies at an advantage, Skift reports. TripAdvisor is not the only one considering a loyalty program. And Booking Holdings, which owns platforms like Booking.com, Agoda.com and Kayak.com, plans to upgrade its existing program. Glenn Fogel, CEO of Booking Holdings, said the company plans to “expand the reach of the Genius program.” However, with minimal differences between online travel agencies, TripAdvisor will have to differentiate itself very creatively and ultimately offer users unique value. Of course, this would not be the first loyalty program in the online travel agency sector – Expedia Rewards and Orbitz Rewards have been around for years. However, TripAdvisor could make a difference thanks to its powerful review-based system.center_img This is at least the idea of ​​TripAdvisor, which in its latest financial reports has hinted that they are determining the type of loyalty program that makes sense to their community. The concept is, in this case, that current TripAdvisor members are already showing deeper engagement with the platform. By implementing a loyalty program, users will have an additional incentive to stay in the TripAdvisor network, and as far away from Google’s “claws” as possible. Source / photo: Shift; TripAdvisorlast_img read more