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Why should we share our know how and knowledge + my disclaimer:

1- Knowledge sharing is an essential part of the knowledge creation process

2- Knowledge is a resource and not a possession.

3- If you share knowledge you share purpose with other people.

4- Knowledge is not something that runs out, it’s not something that only I or you know.

5- Don't be afraid to teach, don't be afraid to learn, anything that does not promote violence or fear is worth passing on.

6- Don’t overvalue your knowledge; you learn to draw, to code or to design by practicing, not by reading tutorials or articles. Tutorials can motivate you or give you some tricks but the real learning is based on practice.

7- It’s a very big world, don’t be afraid of your competitors, millions of potential clients in the world, there’s room enough for all of us.

8- It’s also a way to keep track.

9- I am currently employed by a chain in the United Arab Emirates. None of the contributions or material on this site represents the views or opinions of it or any of its brands. No intellectual property or data belonging to the chain is shared or will be shared on this site or in my articles.

10- Articles appearing here contain copyright material. They are meant for your personal and educational use and may be reproduced or redistributed. While e-distributions.org makes every effort to ensure accuracy, we can not be held responsible for the content nor the views expressed, which may not necessarily be those of either the original author or e-distributions.org

 

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14
Jun

Amadeus finds disgruntled business travellers in state of the nation study

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Amadeus has been taking the pulse of the business travel community to try to establish a more touchy-feely relationship between travellers and travel managers while still balancing the needs of the business and the traveller’s own priorities.

The global distribution giant is urging managers to reach out and get feedback more often as well as add value by pushing more of the simple point-to-point trips online and freeing themselves up for complex itineraries and cost saving via analysis of behavioral patterns.

 

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Jun

TripAdvisor launches system for hotels faced with blackmail from guests

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It’s been part of the user review story for years – hotels worried about customers holding them to ransom with the threat of a bad review unless they get a refund or an upgrade.

 

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Jun

American Airlines to begin tablet roll out to flight attendants later this year

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Days after the all clear from the Federal Aviation Administration for American Airlines pilots to replace paper manuals with iPads in the cockpit and the airline has revealed details of its tablet programme for flight attendants.

The airline is the first in the US to make the move and later this year will claim another first when it begins handing out the Samsung Galaxy Note to each of its 17,000 cabin crew.

 

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Jun

Travel marketer takeaways, cross-channel optimization and hotel revenue management

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This month’s EyeForTravel North American Travel Distribution Summit was chock-full of travel industry thought leaders sharing case studies, best practices and knowledge surrounding the various areas of travel distribution.

From keynotes to social media to mobile to revenue management, the conference covered many of the au courant challenges that travel marketers, startups and executives are tackling.

We took some time to ask a group of three panelists and attendees to share some of their knowledge and perspective with the Tnooz audience.

One of the larger themes at the conference was how to use mobile effectively, especially alongside a more holistic marketing approach that includes multiple touchpoints, compelling content and demographically-targeted experiences.

1. Hotels.com director of PR/social media, Taylor Cole, talks about how Hotels.com is optimizing content across channels to engage consumers wherever they are with unique promotions, content series, and targeted partnerships with reputable celebrities:

 

2. Claire Bishop, VP of digital for MMGY Global, shares five key takeaways from their recent destination marketing campaigns for destinations such as Santa Barbara.

Investing in compelling content is one that resonated in particular, demonstrating destination marketers increasing appreciation of the value and place of captivating content in a travel marketing strategy:

 

3. Co-founders of Duetto Research, Marco Benvenuti and Patrick Bosworth, share their perspective on the revenue management track:

 

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