Online booking allows you to streamline your business. But to take full advantage of reservation software, it’s important to funnel as many sales as possible through your website. Boost your online sales and avoid low conversion rates with our 3 tips for tour operators.
Don’t let you whole high season go by without addressing your Achilles heel. We’ve talked to tour operators from all over the country with different types of businesses to assemble the four things you need to know before the high season frenzy hits.
You need the best software and the best set up when everything’s on the line in high season. We’ve designed a professional and meticulous implementation process that we hope will exceed your expectations, especially in high season.
April 16th, 2015 by Julia Barrero
High season is almost here. Use these 3 questions to decide whether your new booking software will be ready in time for the rush. Look for companies that emphasize speed and strategy when it comes to customer success and software design.
Delivering outstanding customer service has always been at the core of Xola’s philosophy. That’s why we sent two employees down to Mount Hermon’s zip line for dedicated on-site trainings.
April 8th, 2015 by Julia Barrero
Have you been looking at your advertising budget the wrong way this whole time? Could deal sites be better for advertising than for making money? Zen wisdom from Xola’s tour operators.
Use your payment processor or booking system to streamline gift certificate sales this year. Gifts help bring in revenue during traditionally slower months of the year, and they’re a great way to engage loyal customers as well as grow new business.
By offering gifts, many tour operators in low-season can use the holiday season to help boost business. Keep your cash flow steady over the winter months with this guide.
October 24th, 2014 by Julia Barrero
Be creative about engaging your customers this holiday season. Use this winter to look at long term goals, like customer retention, to make your business stronger.