Articles tagged “silent traveler”

Online Travel

How Travel Brands Try to Speak to the Silent Traveler

It shouldn’t be a surprise that connecting with this demographic can be challenging.

How Travel Brands Try to Speak to the Silent Traveler

Online Travel

New Trends Report: Mobile First and the Silent Traveler in 2015

Mining deeper into the demographics identified one year ago, our focus now turns to direct accounts of how “silent” travel occurs, as told to Skift by individuals who identify as being part of this category.

New Trends Report: Mobile First and the Silent Traveler in 2015

Business Travel

What the Rise of the Silent Traveler Means for Travel Buyers

The silent traveler is the travel consumer who turns to their mobile devices first, seeking solution to in-trip challenges that used to be the primary domain of customer- service staff. We look at the important opportunities they now present to TMCs and travel buyers that can adapt to their dynamic and evolving expectations.

Media and PR

The Mobile-First Silent Travelers: Why They Matter

A vanguard within a new era, fueled by new access to an Internet full of information, from these consumers emerges a new model -- the silent traveler.

The Mobile-First Silent Travelers: Why They Matter

Announcements

A New Model to Look at Mobile-First Consumers: The Rise of Silent Travelers

Emerging from this mix of pulling away and drawing close, for the silent traveler and travel brands, are new models and approaches for both customer relations and local discovery.

A New Model to Look at Mobile-First Consumers: The Rise of Silent Travelers

Announcements

New Skift Report: Rise of the Silent Traveler, The New Generation of Mobile-First Consumers

This is arguably our most original contribution to the world of travel since Skift launched, and we're excited to share it with the world: A new model to look at the new generation of travel consumer, and opportunities for travel brands to target them.

New Skift Report: Rise of the Silent Traveler, The New Generation of Mobile-First Consumers