This is about taking advantage of the leisuretriptips industry’s secrets. Taking that dream vacation at wholesale and making money!
Remember that Expedia was sold for $5.1 Billion Dollars! Wonder why?
I really wondered why such a high price was paid for an internet travel store until researching some important facts.
People love to travel. It is the number one (1) thing that people say that they would do if they had the money and the time to do it. Because of the major trends that are taking place, more and more people now have the time and the money to travel.
So They Are Traveling!!
82% of all travel is booked online meaning, through the internet. 79 million Americans booked their travel on line in 2005.
In the last decade, more than 200,000 travel agents have lost their jobs. By 2004 there were only 103,000 travel agents left in the United States.
People like you and me were buying travel from the Internet Travel Stores.
The travel industry today is a 1.3 Trillion dollar business here in the US.
7 Trillion worldwide. Wouldn’t you like a piece of that! That amounts to $56 million a minute spent on travel in the U.S. alone.
The travel industry is growing 23% faster than the global economy.
Of that economy, tourism accounts for 11% of all consumers spending worldwide.
The travel industry is bigger than the oil business.
There is continued growth of Internet e-commerce. Consumers spend billions on the Internet, and travel is the fastest growing segment of that trend.
Consumers are comfortable buying things such as cars, homes, and, of course travel online.
Baby boomers are retiring at the rate of 1 every 8 seconds and what do they want to do? That’s right, Travel.
Because of this the travel industry is about to experience an explosive boom: it is expected to double to $14 Trillion worldwide in the next 10 years.
Why Would You Or Anyone, Not Want to Own An Internet Travel Store!
Let’s See Why:
You and the people you know are going to travel anyway, so, doesn’t it just make sense to…
1.Get paid for that travel?
2.Make a substantial amount of your personal travel tax deductible rather than paying for it with after tax dollars?
3.Travel as an insider, with potential perks and benefits, rather than as an outsider?