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Faith Travel 101: How to Promote Your Trips on Social Media

Brian Jewell shares tips on how to promote your trips using social media as well as a crash course on the most popular social networks.

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Creating Flexible Itineraries

Group travel has been moving towards more and more flexible itineraries for years.

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Creative Thinking for Memorable Trips

Brian Jewell relates how innovative group lodging ideas will be the next wave of the future for group travel.

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How to Get Men to Take Trips

Here are five simple tips for making your travel program more appealing to men.

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Finding and Keeping First-Time Travelers

For your faith-based travel group to survive long-term, it is essential to continuously look for first-time travelers.

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Faith Travel 101: Calm Travel Fears by Emphasizing Safety

Travel fears still exist in with many when traveling internationally, especially to places that seem exotic or have appeared negatively on the news.

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Educating church management is key to success

The easiest and most effective way to convince church management that your travel group is important is to convince them to go on a trip with you

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Websites Can Help Sell Your Group Trips

Having a Web presence is an important step in marketing your future faith-based trips to potential travelers.

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Faith Travel 101: Let Church Events Help You Recruit Members

It is helpful to use church events to find new people interested in religious trips.

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Faith Travel 101: Keep Your Church Staff in the Loop

One of the key ingredients that keeps everyone happy during faith-based travel is good communication with church staff.

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