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New Course Helps Travel and Hospitality Startups Get Noticed

A new email course launched this week to help startups stand out in the increasingly crowded and competitive online travel industry.

How To Get Your Travel Startup Noticed gives subscribers five in-depth lessons that provide a crash course on:

  • Differentiating their travel product from competitors in even the most flooded markets
  • How to craft (and communicate) a value proposition prospects won’t forget
  • Ways to earn more media coverage by connecting with the right travel writers & bloggers

You can sign up for the free course by clicking here.

How To Get Your Travel Startup Noticed was created by travel copywriter & messaging strategist Dustin Walker of Jet Copywriting.

His course comes at a time of fierce expansion within the travel-technology sector.

The number of travel startups listed on AngelList alone has jumped 35% in the past six months, from approximately 2,300 in February of 2015 to over 3,100 today.

This steady growth makes it absolutely essential that new travel startups communicate exactly what makes their brand unique and highly desirable to their audience, said Walker.

“You have to instantly tell people what they will get from you that they can’t get anywhere else,” he said. “If you don’t do this, your startup is far more likely to be forgotten.”

Find out more about the How To Get Your Travel Startup Noticed course.

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