Smartly hunting mobile moments to attract connected travellers

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The smartphone has become an extension of our bodies. It is always travelling with us. No matter where it goes, people always find a place for it: in their pocket, in their handbag or even carried by hand. For this reason, the smartphone becomes an essential trip companion when individuals are going on holidays. The entire customer life cycle is influenced by the power of the smartphone. Everyone is becoming a connected traveller.

Are the airlines, travel platforms, and also online travel agencies (OTAs) aware of it and acting accordingly to gain new customers and to stand out from the crowd? Are they implementing features and promoting campaigns to win the mobile piece of the cake?

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From Tourism to E-Tourism – how digital transformation disrupts traveling [5 Reading Tips]

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A short while ago, travelers, who didn’t know where to go, used to consult a travel agency who was supposed to take care of everything. Now, they can choose from thousands of apps and online portals to plan their holidays. Instead of printing flight or train tickets, not only once but often twice and keeping them safely in a binder, like old fashioned travelers are accustomed to, today’s travelers use digital tickets saved on their smartphone. Before the existence of smartphone cameras and selfie-sticks, travelers used to take pictures with cameras without preview mode, waiting with bated breath for the printed results and the corresponding negative strip.
 
Today, smartphones take high quality photos, selfies and video that are easier to share and stream with friends via social media and instant messengers. Both, tourism and tourists benefit from digital developments.

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