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Discover how we use online and mobile tools for travel activities. Check out statistics and facts about online, mobile and social media activities that shape our travel habits nowadays

Discover how we use online and mobile tools for travel activities. Check out statistics and facts about online, mobile and social media activities that shape our travel habits nowadays

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  • 1. The Mobile Traveler ⚓ by Travel World Passport – www.share.travel Top Online Activities For Travelers 62% 62% research the upcoming trip 45% 45% sourced the original idea 1 in 10 posted regularly travel experiences Social Media and Travelers 70% of travelers update their facebook profile while on holiday Check-in on holiday 30% on Facebook or Foursquare of travelers liked travel related facebook pages 55% 55% 4 in 10 smartphone users have travel apps Only 2/3 of booking is still done on desktop only. 36% of those who booked or researched on smartphone did it on train or bus. Among those who reported using travel apps TWO was the most popular (20%) sources https://blog.compete.com http://www.stikkymedia.com/blog/2012-2013-social-media-and-tourism-industry-statistics http://www.skyscanner.net/sites/default/files/documents/ skyscanner_travel_trends_2012.pdf http://www.smartinsights.com/mobile-marketing/mobile-marketing-analytics/mobile- marketing-statistics/ Discover Travel World Passport visit our blog