Jackie’s: Travel agency reviews travel reviews
Posted On July 28, 2021
Travel agencies have been looking for ways to better serve their clients since the recession.
The industry’s demand for reviews is growing as people increasingly rely on technology to find their way around the world.
Jackie & Joe’s travel reviews company, which reviews travel agents’ travel products, says the growth has been particularly sharp in the past two years.
In 2016, the company saw its reviews rise by more than 200 per cent, compared to a 4.2 per cent decline in 2015.
Jackies travel review service says it is seeing increased demand from travelers in the U.S. and the U and a growing number of European clients.
“It is becoming very common for travel agents to write reviews on their own websites and to do them in-house.
That’s great for customers,” said Jillian Bremner, the director of travel and travel-related marketing at Jackies.
“But it also has the added benefit of making them better-positioned to market to the client base they have.”
Jackies is one of several travel agencies that have been working with technology to help their clients get the reviews they need, such as an app that enables users to review travel reviews from a smartphone or tablet.
“We are definitely seeing a trend towards using technology as a way to improve customer experience and help our clients achieve their goals,” Bremners said.
She added that she was not surprised that reviews were growing as more and more travelers use the apps.
“I think it’s a trend that will continue and I think we will see more and better travel reviews come online.”
For Jackies, the trend has led to a lot of travel reviews.
“Our customers are coming in from all over the world, from all different types of destinations, and they’re really passionate about their experiences,” Bresnan said.
“They want to be able to share their experiences with their friends and family, and to see those experiences reflected in their travel experiences.”
The growing demand for travel reviews has been fuelled by the increased use of technology in recent years.
“People have become more connected and they want to have the feedback they need in a timely and effective way,” Bregnan said, noting that it has helped to drive more travelers to review their own travel experiences.
She said she had not yet seen any of the negative reviews that are happening online, but added that it is important to be careful about how much of the feedback you share is positive.
“The best travel reviews are the ones that are based on the person’s experience,” Britann said.
When people see reviews of a travel product on the internet, they are not necessarily going to feel that they are getting a full and accurate review.
Instead, they might think they have just heard a bad review or that they have been “misinformed.”
This type of negative feedback has been a common theme for many travel reviews since the start of the recession, and Jackies has seen it in the travel reviews of some of its clients.
In one recent review, for example, Jackies claimed that “the hotel did not even offer an upgrade in the room,” when in fact, the room was upgraded for $1,200.
A spokesperson for Jackies told The Globe and Mail that the company was aware of this issue.
“Jackies travel reviews reflect our customer’s input and feedback.
We strive to deliver feedback that aligns with the feedback we receive,” the spokesperson said.
The company said it does not believe that it was a result of “misinformation.”
“It would be irresponsible to suggest that Jackies reviews are inaccurate because of miscommunication between our team and our clients,” the company said in a statement.
Jacky’s travel review team says the increased demand for the service has helped it to attract more clients and make more money.
“What we’ve seen over the past few years is a tremendous uptick in travel reviews,” Brengner said.
Jackys has seen its reviews increase by more that 200 per in just the past 12 months.
“This has really helped our business, and we’re happy to see that it’s paying off,” Bretnner said, adding that the trend is likely to continue.
She noted that Jackys is one travel agency that is looking to add an app to help travelers review their travel reviews online.