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  1. 1. Network With America’s Leading Online Travel Marketers Early Bird D iscount SAVE $30 0! Register b Part of the Sales and Marketing Series efo 3 April 20 re 09 Online Marketing Strategies for Travel USA 2009 3–4 June 2009, Fontainebleau Resort, Miami Increase Your Online Sales When Budgets are Under Pressure and Travelers are Spending Less Benchmark your strategy against Get practical advice on spending your marketing these industry experts and make budget wisely, effectively, and profitably: sure you continue to thrive Value Marketing: How can you maximize the impact of a limited budget – and deliver increased revenues? Increase Conversion Rates: What changes should you urgently make to your website? Master key areas of SEO: How much will sales increase Dave Kolankarai, Director - Market Management, Barry Biffle, CMO, Spirit Airlines South Florida, AL, Expedia when you learn how to trade junk traffic for quality traffic? Evaluate Social Media Marketing: Can you use it to grow sales – and will it make you any serious money in 2009? Exploit Video Marketing: To what extent is video driving conversions – and what proportion of your budget should you invest? Edie Bornstein, VP Business Development & Strategic Partnerships, Carnival Cruise Lines Ted Schweitzer, VP eCommerce, La Quinta Explore Mobile Marketing: Everyone’s doing it… but can you be a travel business that actually makes it pay? Ultimate Online Marketing: What changes do you need to make to your website to inspire and engage your customers? Plus…Network with top travel marketers, share Michael Stromer, Director of Interactive Marketing, Shehzad Daredia, Manager, ideas and experiences, and make the contacts JetBlue Airlines Search Marketing, Kayak you need to push your company forward Sponsor: Researched and Organized by: Jeri Ann, Director of Marketing, Heny Gabay, VP Marketing & Strategy, Ramada/ Marriott Days Inn/Travelodge, Wyndham Hotel Group Achieve maximum ROI from every marketing dollar you spend online – Details inside
  2. 2. Two days of lively debate and in-depth presentations “This event is a total refreshment of emerging ideas and knowledge of online marketing in the travel industry” John Yu, Marketing Manager, Lion Travel Come to the Conference that shows The dates – June 3-4, 2009 – are in their take to produce an instant bottom line you how to defy the trend and grow diaries already. And their purpose is clear: result? And are you guilty of any common your business – even when so many • How can we take advantage of the ‘website sins’ that could be discouraging people are cutting back on travel recession to gain a competitive potential customers – and driving them and vacations advantage? into the electronic arms of your fiercest competitors? Nothing is safe. Certainly not North • What can we do better/smarter/cheaper America’s online tourism industry. than our rivals in order to steal market Equally essential to the health and well- As the global recession bites deeper, share? being of your business is search engine travel is in decline. Airlines and hotels optimization. Which is why we want to have reported dismal figures for the first These two vital questions are at the heart be sure you know that merely tweaking three months of 2009 – and even the of the Conference Agenda. As you’ll see your current tactics could lead to massive optimists believe it’s going to get worse when you take an in-depth look at the revenue gains. before it gets any better. details, the emphasis is on changes that are essential if you’re going to operate But let’s not give up just yet. After all, successfully during these tricky times. “Great Conference again for all our industry has enjoyed a decade of the networking opportunities. spectacular growth – and reports of its The purpose of this year’s event is to give death are greatly exaggerated. you the knowledge and know-how you Some exceptional speakers. need to make your marketing budgets An interesting way to keep Even more important is the savvy elite of work harder than ever before. Right now, online travel marketers who believe the that begins with shifting spend from brand up with the industry’s main recession is as much about opportunity as advertising to direct advertising. You’ll trends.” it is about threat. Despite all the gloom and learn why that’s so important… how to Christel Pellerin, President, Project a la Carte Inc. doom, people will still get married during maximize the impact of limited budget…. the recession. Not everyone is canceling How to get a clear idea of what’s most this year’s vacation. Some business trips Add to this case studies from cost-effective…. And how to put that just have to be made. And – above all else YellowstonePark.com and TripAdvisor knowledge to profitable use. – there are still billions of travel dollars out plus presentations and informed debate there to play for. from the biggest names in travel: Spirit “Every presentation provided Airlines, Expedia, Carnival Cruise Lines, OK, budgets are tight – and under The Mark Travel Corporation, American scrutiny like never before. Which means at least one crucial snippet Airlines, La Quinta, InterContinental that right now, it’s all about prioritizing of information every online Hotels Group, Kayak and Google – to the opportunities that can show a clear marketer needs to know name but a few – and you will have a clear revenue benefit. picture of the caliber of the speakers this to stay current and help event attracts, along with the value of the So how do you rethink your marketing their company succeed on business intelligence they are eager to to ensure every dollar you spend delivers share with you. value for money? the web.” Mariana Mechoso, Director of eMarketing Services, Should you attend? You could spend months considering this Hospitality eBusiness Strategies Year after year, this event consistently vital question. You could arrive at some attracts senior marketers from across the answers through trial and error. As you’d expect, we’ll look at what’s new travel industry. It’s a fantastic place for But here’s a better idea: Take a proven and exciting in online travel marketing: networking and identifying new business short-cut and reserve your place at Online Mobile technology, video marketing and partners. And, of course, the quickest and Marketing Strategies for Travel USA 2009? social media marketing. You’ll learn which most interesting way to get a complete of these three is most likely to generate understanding of all the top-of-agenda a decent payback for your particular topics that are so vital to your business “I learned a lot about what business. And you’ll get the facts you this year. people are actually doing in need to join the fast-growing group of online travel companies that are pressing If you have time – or budget – for only one the industry, rather than what ahead with one of these potentially hugely Conference this year, reserve your place in people are just buzzing about” lucrative options. Miami today. Gwen Nichols, eCommerce Manager, You’ll also have valuable time away from Marriott International the office to reflect on your own website. This event will sell Should you commit budget to an upgrade? Already, the online travel industry’s major out. Immediate Is something more radical required? If you players, along with scores of your peers, regard your site as an evolving work-in- booking is strongly are preparing to converge on Miami. progress, what immediate steps can you recommended. Register now at www.eyefortravel.com/online-marketing
  3. 3. Get expert advice on balancing proven channels with the latest trends Day One: Wednesday June 3 – 9am – 7.30pm Session 1: Presentations & Panel • In-house PPC: How do you set it up? How do • Hear which social media tools will increase you test it? Which parts of the day/week are conversions on your website. How much do Smart Marketing: How Can You best for conversions? What techniques are these tools cost and what is the return? Make Your Marketing Budgets available on Google? • Combine search and social media to increase Work Even Harder? • What are the pros and cons of CPA and CPC qualified traffic to your website and appear In a tough economy, when your budgets are being advertising in terms of cost and the ability to track? higher in search engine rankings scrutinized as never before, shrewd marketing • What’s the easiest way to target your search • Social media doesn’t cost much, but how do decisions are essential. That means paying terms to reach a specific audience e.g. affluent you find the right people to manage it? eagle-eyed attention to ROI, rather than relying on traveler, conference delegates? • The holistic approach: How important is it to gut instinct or unproven marketing ideas. Every • What search tactics are cheap and easy? build a simultaneous presence on all prime social marketing dollar you control must now prove its networking sites – Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, etc.? • Understanding the semantic web: How can you worth – heralding a big shift to direct response make money from it? • Do sites like Facebook and MySpace constitute online campaigns that can easily be tracked to demonstrate your ROI. • How can you exploit the power of social media a receptive travel market – or is your money to improve your search engine optimization? better spent on travel-specific sites? • What’s the smartest way spend your marketing budget right now? • Mapping the customer journey: How do you • How can you exploit travel-specific UGC sites identify how your customers find you online? and niche sites to reach customers during the • Achieve the right balance between traditional • Which SEM tactics demand monetary investment research and planning phase? channels and the latest options • Maximize the impact of a limited budget: Which – and which rely more on staff expertise? • How are top travel companies monetizing social less costly techniques, leveraging web 2.0 Shehzad Daredia, Manager, Search Marketing, Kayak media – how much are they making? technologies, are worth considering? John Hach, VP Media & Industry Relations, TravelCLICK Gary Jackson, Business Relationship Manager, • Use the latest website analytics and campaign Gregg Truman, VP Marketing, South African Airways Travel Industry Partnerships, Google tracking technology to accurately measure Steven Hattem, VP Marketing & Sales, your results Roundtable Lunch Break CruiseOne & Cruises Inc. • Marketing leverage: Get tips on making Isaac Gerstenzang, Corporate Director of E-Commerce, every element of your campaigns consistent Case Study: The Ultimate Website: Destination Hotels & Resorts and integrated Use Digital Media to Reach the • Instant results equal increased profit: How to set Networking Coffee Break Undecided and Inspire Them to Come measurable goals, track the results of your web YellowstonePark.com has been voted the world’s 2.0 tools, and respond in real time to add to the Presentation: How Important is Video bottom line No 1 tourism site, with 60 million hits, 5 million page views, and 3 million unique visits annually, in Your Online Marketing Strategy? • How do the experts identify powerful media with the average visitor spending fifteen minutes • What percentage of your budget should you partners and strategic media vehicles? visiting trip notes. Not bad for a small company consider spending on video content – and what • Closely targeted direct marketing: Why a clear based in Wyoming…What can your own business is the likely ROI? understanding of your guest profiles and feeder learn from their marketing experiences? markets is so important • In a world of YouTube, how important is video • Learn why it’s important for destinations to Barry Biffle, CMO, Spirit Airlines production quality? create websites that not only provide a trip- Michael Bennett, General Manager, Cheapflights.com planning resource, but that inspire • To what extent does video drive conversions? “Caribbean Jim” Hobbs, President/Founder, • YellowstonePark.com, as well as its 4 sister sites, • What is the role of video content compared to CheapCaribbean.com use destination-focused trip notes rather than user photographs? Ted Schweitzer, VP eCommerce, La Quinta reviews. The average customer to its sites spends • Exploit video content to appear higher in search Heny Gabay, VP Marketing and Strategy, Ramada, 15 minutes reading trip notes. Find out how to engine rankings: What is best practice for using Days Inn, Howard Johnson & Travelodge, Wyndham get your audience to provide original content that meta-tags and page descriptions? Hotel Group inspires and engages your customers • What technology is driving the explosion in online • Get advice on other forms of new media that video content? Networking Coffee Break enable word-of-mouth and further promote your destination or product Brian Robb, SVP Corporate Development, The Mark Travel Corporation • Email is still one of the most cost-effective ways Session 2: Presentations & Panel to engage your audience and to turn them into Advanced Search Engine Marketing visitors, customers and content contributors. Closing Keynote Presentation: Got to Tactics For Improving ROI Learn about 3 different ways National Parks Get you Into My Life: Coming Together Interactive uses email to generate customer to Build Better Business In this session you will find out why investing on content, feedback and participation search remains your best option when faced with a Shelli Johnson, Chief Strategist, National Parks • In this year of value, figure out how to reevaluate limited budget. And how just tweaking your current Interactive/Yellowstone International – and deliver what your customers really need tactics could result in massive revenue increases. • During a time of restructuring, learn to identify You’ll find out how to improve the quality of traffic – and dramatically increase conversions. Session 3: Presentations & Panel and forge alliances that put everyone ahead • How can you use data from search to convince Harness the Power of Social Media to • In the age of technology, see how to manage the Build Brand Awareness, Drive Traffic rapid influence of community comment decision makers your results warrant additional spending – even when money is tight? and Increase Sales • Amidst the boom of social media, hear how to • Where should you invest your money for add new tools to your marketing arsenal • Discover how to use social networks to build short-term and long-term gain? Nathan Clapton, Senior Director, Brand Distribution, brand awareness, leverage brand advocates and • How do you create a search strategy where TripAdvisor convert new audiences conversion is key? • Which social media sites are the best fit for your • How can you trade junk traffic for highly Networking Drinks Party specific brand? qualified traffic? Return to your office with a long list of prof
  4. 4. Benchmark your strategy against the world’s leading travel companies Day Two: Thursday June 4 – 9am – 4pm Keynote Presentation: Networking Coffee Break An Expert Insight into Online Networking Marketing in Hospitality Session 6: Presentations & Panel Opportunities • Get top tips and inside predictions from a top Your Website: What Can You Do Better Online Contact Center: Our online system allows travel industry expert: What can you learn from – And How Well Will You Be Rewarded? InterContinental Hotels Group when it comes you to arrange meetings with your fellow delegates The most powerful marketing improvements before and after the event. to online marketing? you can make are almost certainly close to • How is InterContinental’s social media strategy home… on your website. After all, it’s your Networking Reception: Being held in the exhibition driving brand awareness and generating sales? cheapest channel in terms of distribution costs hall one day one, this informal environment is the • Social media, search, web email: How does and probably receives the highest number of perfect opportunity for you to see the products on InterContinental rank these tools in terms of bookings. spend and ROI? offer and discuss the issues that have been raised. Any site more than two years old probably needs Del Ross, VP Distribution Marketing (Americas), a major update. Website design is so important InterContinental Hotels Group it’s essential to meet 2009 standards, especially as studies show the quality of your visitors’ Session 2: Presentations & Panel Presentation: Take a Holistic website experience is directly related to their Mobile Technology: Are You Ready online conversion rate. Or to put it another way, for the BIG Take-Off? Approach to Online Marketing: those who accurately measure and improve their How to Make Every Element of Your customers’ online experience will see an increase EyeforTravel research has determined that 2009 Campaign Consistent and Integrated in sales: is the year of significant investment in mobile • How well is your site optimized to ensure technology for the North American travel industry. • The demographic of online travelers is customers have the best experience – and Thirty per cent of travel companies tell us they becoming increasingly diverse. How can you deliver the highest possible conversion rates? intend to invest in mobile for the first time this ensure that your web marketing engages with year. And it’s also worth noting that almost all your potential customers? • How can you easily modify your website to three-quarters of the 800+ companies we’ve • Search engines, meta-search, social networks, boost conversion rates, improve search engine quizzed believe mobile will become an content publishers, mobile…as the locations rankings and website revenues? increasingly important element of their digital to reach your customers online become • Website promotion: How can you enhance strategies. Quite simply, the next couple of years increasingly diverse, how do you decide where your website with content-rich features, are going to be the take-off for mobile in travel. to be to maximize sales and minimize cost? incorporate the latest trends and enhance How should you prepare? • How can you measure which elements of usability? • What is finally driving investment in mobile? your marketing strategy truly influence the • What should you absolutely definitely avoid purchasing decision? on your website? • What demographic and regional trends do you need to be aware of? • Get expert advice on measuring your • Content and copy: What can you learn from performance to ensure all parts of your your competitors in terms of the way they • How can you use mobile technology to marketing campaign are delivering a return display their services, amenities and facilities, generate ancillary revenues, achieve higher on investment use of graphics, and their search engine response rates and notify your customers of Dave Kolankarai, Director - Market Management penetration? unexpected events? (South Florida / AL / GA), Expedia • Conversion tools: Learn from travel companies • How much do you need to spend on set- that deploy user generated content to gain trust up costs – and what kind of ROI can you and improve search engine rankings confidently expect? Stay at Miami’s • Hear how to use mobile as a customer • Your target audiences: Should you refine them most glamorous even further and offer a more personalized acquisition channel hotel – and enjoy approach to different segments? • Find out how mobile devices can enhance the luxurious • Using packages and promotions to promote the value of destination guides and trip planning tools results of a $1 your website: According to TIA 76% of consumers will book a package vacation in • How does travel content become more billion makeover. 2009 to save money – how can you profit? powerful when it is combined with location- • What key metrics should you use to work out based services? how well your website is performing? • How have mobile applications impacted Presentation: Learn How to Analyze Michael Stromer, Director of Interactive Marketing, how customers want to see and use their Customer Segments, Demographics JetBlue Airways travel itineraries? and Feeder Markets Edie Bornstein, VP Business Development and Strategic • Mobile search: How do you ensure mobile Partnerships, Carnival Cruise Lines devices find your site? • What is the industry best practice for customer segmentation? • Mobile web design: What are the essentials Roundtable Lunch Break of build a travel site that makes mobile users • How do you put analysis at the core of book? your marketing? • Mobile transactions: What barriers prevent • What tools do you need to analyze and people booking via their mobile devices – segment your customer data effectively? Informal Atmosphere and Ideal Venue: and how can you overcome them? • How to use data and data analytics to enhance This is an intimate conference so Michael Dalesandro, CEO, Where I’ve Been your customer experience? if someone is there, who you Martin Stoll, CEO, Goseetell Network • Understand the customer journey – serve up would like meet, you are Fraser Campbell, CEO, Wcities the right proposition at the right point in the research and buying cycle guaranteed to find them and Josh Steinitz, CEO, NileGuide Jeri Ann Hart, Director of Marketing, Marriott exchange business cards. Networking Coffee Break it-boosting ideas and fresh industry contacts
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  6. 6. Network With Key Figures in Online Travel Marketing in Miami this June Part of the Sales and Marketing Series Regis ter be April f 3, 200 ore Online Marketing Strategies SA VE $3 00! 9 to for Travel USA 2009 June 3-4, Fontainebleau Resort, Miami Make the essential contacts you need Just imagine what you could to boost your online campaigns and get learn from these leading hotels, real-world advice from marketing experts airlines and online agencies This well-established conference consistently attracts over 200 of the top Barry Biffle, CMO, Spirit Airlines marketing executives in the travel industry. This is a great opportunity for Dave Kolankarai, Director - Market Management you to meet with, and network with, the leading minds in travel marketing. (South Florida / AL / GA), Expedia Last year, the conference attracted the true innovators in online travel from Ted Schweitzer, VP eCommerce, La Quinta some of the world’s most profitable travel companies. Just have a look at Heny Gabay, VP Marketing and Strategy, Ramada, the breakdown of our previous attendees… Days Inn, Howard Johnson & Travelodge, Wyndham Hotel Group Previous attendees by sector Shehzad Daredia, Manager, Search Marketing, Kayak 40% Director Nathan Clapton, Senior Director, Brand Distribution, 27% Manager 40% Director TripAdvisor 18% Vice-President 27% Manager Edie Bornstein, VP Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, Carnival Cruise Lines 9% Vice-President 18%CEO/MD/President Gregg Truman, VP Marketing, South African Airlines 6% SVP/EVP 9% CEO/MD/President Michael Bennett, General Manager, Cheapflights.com 6% SVP/EVP “Caribbean Jim” Hobbs, President/Founder, CheapCaribbean.com Previous attendees by sector John Hach, VP Media & Industry Relations, TravelCLICK Shelli Johnson, Chief Strategist, National Parks 54% Hotel/Resort/Accommodation Provider Interactive/Yellowstone International 35% Technology/Marketing Solution Providers 54% Hotel/Resort/Accommodation Provider Michael Dalesandro, CEO, Where I’ve Been 28% Other Suppliers (Cruise, Car, Airlines) Martin Stoll, CEO, Goseetell Network 35% Technology/Marketing Solution Providers 26% Other Suppliers (Cruise, Car, Airlines) Josh Steinitz, CEO, NileGuide 28% Online Travel Agencies Fraser Campbell, CEO, wCities 14% Social Travel Sites 26% Online Media Agencies Gary Jackson, Business Relationship Manager, 10% Search Engines 14% Social Media Sites Travel Industry Partnerships, Google 9% Search Engines 10% Press, Academics, Consultants Steven Hattem, VP Marketing & Sales, CruiseOne 9% Press, Academics, Consultants & Cruises Inc. Brian Robb, SVP Corporate Development, The Mark Travel Corporation 5 Easy Ways to Register Jeri Ann Hart, Director of Marketing, Marriott Michael Stromer, Director of Interactive Marketing, JetBlue Airways Email: helen@eyefortravel.com Del Ross, VP Distribution Marketing (Americas), InterContinental Hotels Group Fax: +44 (0)207 375 7576 Isaac Gerstenzang, Corporate Director of E-Commerce, Destination Hotels & Resorts Call: +44 (0)207 375 7551 Online: www.eyefortravel.com/ online-marketing  Mail: Registrations, EyeforTravel, 7-9 Fashion Street, London, E1 6PX Call James Brown to Register Now on +44 (0) 207 375 7551 (UK)