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Inspiring Journeys unveils new website and exclusive agent incentive

Inspiring Journeys has unveiled a brand-new website designed as a selling tool for advisors, making it easier for them to navigate and find information.

With valued trade partners and travel agents in mind, the Inspiring Journeys website has been expertly crafted to assist agents with bookings, introducing a new agent portal feature that allows agents to easily access tools and resources to assist in selling and managing bookings.

Inspiring Journeys’ refreshed website also incorporates user-generated content (UCG), which 60 per cent of consumers believe is the most authentic form of content for brands, according to recent research.

To provide a more engaging and interactive user experience for online guests, the website offers all-new video content and interactive maps.

Inspiring Journeys managing director Matt Cameron-Smith said the new website creates a memorable experience for visitors.

“With 90 per cent of customers watching product videos to help them make purchase decisions, the new website includes a range of videos showcasing our product and the destinations we travel to,” he said.

In celebration of the new website, Inspiring Journeys has announced an exclusive trade incentive to reward valued agents and encourage them to book online using the new website.

With every booking made online, Inspiring Journeys is giving away a $100 gift card for every online booking. Agents must simply book any Inspiring Journeys itinerary online before 30 September 2019 to earn a GiftPay gift card up to the value of $100.

Inspiring Journeys is also offering a gift to your clients, who can earn 15 per cent off selected Victorian, Western Australian and Tasmanian itineraries.

Additionally, clients receive free pre- and post-accommodation on selected departures for the Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets itinerary, and also have the chance to score themselves $300 air credit on the Outback Australia: The Colour of Red itinerary.

All client offers are valid until 30 September.

Click here to take advantage of these incredible offers and Inspiring Journeys’ new website.

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