Triporama was one of three companies (along with Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Yahoo! Travel) recently interviewed for a Forrester report, “Demystifying Tagging for Travel Sellers”. As stated in this report, “tagging is an extraordinarily flexible way to label and share existing or user-generated content“. Forrester recognized Triporama’s leadership position with tagging technology, noting that the Triporama Bookmarks tool was the first introduced by an online travel site. Here’s their straightforward description of the tool:
“Acknowledging that travelers visit many different Web sites while planning a trip, Triporama’s bookmarking tool lets travelers collect, label, and share what they’re looking at all over the Web with other members of their group.”
As a Triporama member, you can use your own tags to organize web research in whatever way best suits your group trip planning. Looking for the perfect place for dinner? A tag like “Friday Dinner” can help separate the research (and discussion) from the broader list of restaurant options. For accommodations, use tags to delineate alternatives according to neighborhood, type (hotel, vacation rental, etc.), budget, amenities, and/or any other aspect that’s important to you.
Last month, we extended our Bookmarks functionality to make it easy to store and share the group travel deals and web research from our Group Travel Guide with others in a group. We also added over 30 new tags (such as theme parks, weekend getaways, and spa) to make it easier to explore content in our Group Travel Guide.
Visit our web site for more information on how Triproama Bookmarks work.