Oasis Travel Network Debuts Customizable Website for Members

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Host agency Oasis Travel Network (OTN) has announced the development and introduction of new contemporary websites for OTN travel advisor members. The website set-up, design and content of destinations, promotions, live booking engines and more is complimentary. Hosting and an SSL certificate comes at an annual cost of $348 ($29 a month).  

“We felt it was important to invest in new technology and provide our travel advisor members with the opportunity to seamlessly and effectively serve their existing client base and source for potential new clients,” said Lee Smolinski, Chairman and CEO of OASIS Travel Network, in a press announcement. “Our new websites offer travel advisors options that are customizable, content-rich, branded to their business with secure booking engines and affordable.”

The websites, according to Smolinski, are customizable, allowing advisors to make their own changes and updates “instead of depending on someone to make small updates with costs involved.” Advisors will have to ability to change the branding, colors, fonts, photos and add pages, for example. Among the many features the sites offer, are options to add specialty travel microsites, global destination guides, a media gallery for personalized photos and videos, custom promotional offers, a link to a travel blog, and more.

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OTN travel advisor members can look forward to the addition of contact and booking form options—allowing potential clients to complete a request to plan a vacation. There will also be the ability for agents to have their White Label partner sites displayed on their pages.  

This article originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com.

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