Here are five of the most common missed opportunities in the world of faith-based travel.
Guest speakers allow someone who wouldn’t glance twice at a trip advertisement a chance to interact with your travel group.
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.
Group travel has been moving towards more and more flexible itineraries for years.
Brian Jewell relates how innovative group lodging ideas will be the next wave of the future for group travel.
Here are five simple tips for making your travel program more appealing to men.
For your faith-based travel group to survive long-term, it is essential to continuously look for first-time travelers.
Travel fears still exist in with many when traveling internationally, especially to places that seem exotic or have appeared negatively on the news.
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
Having a Web presence is an important step in marketing your future faith-based trips to potential travelers.