April 2010 BMPR - Travelocity

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Social media matters to @travelocity As an online player, people talk about us in variety of Web forums Trust and reputation are critical Travel evokes strong emotions

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Joel Frey of Travelocity presents...

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Social media matters to @travelocity

•As an online player, people talk about us in variety of Web forums

•Trust and reputation are critical

•Travel evokes strong emotions

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Travelocity’s Social Media Measures

• Visitors & page views• Traffic from the Social Web to Travelocity

• Links to Travelocity landing pages• Links to monthly enterprise promotion• Links to Travel Deals

• Bookings originating on social media channels• Fans/followers/conversations

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Facebook – Roaming Gnome Yourself

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How we engage customers on Twitter

•Constantly monitor our mentions•Communicate via email instead of DM•Hand-off to customer service when appropriate•Twitterventers

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Go on offense with Twitter

•Thank customers for their business•Engage with partners•#FF•Surprise and delight•Re-tweet favorites•Tag favorites•Email favorites to team members

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Building Brand Affinity with Twitter

@roaminggnome

@windowseatblog

@gaytravelocity

@travelforgood

@travelocitybiz

@travelocityCA

@travelocity_AR

@travelocity_MX

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Our experiment with Chatroulette

• 35 days running• 24/7 either chatting or

Roaming Gnome with sign that we change regularly• 285,120 chat impressions• 400 conversations

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Thank [email protected]

@cypresswalls682-605-2178