Published on Wednesday, May 31, 2006

TravelMole announces news feed technology offer

Break-through technology has been developed by that allows websites on any platform in the world to more easily feed through to its daily news.

Companies wishing to have TravelMole news delivered to their website will simply need to insert a few snippets of code.

They can select news from three regions - UK, US, and Australia - and from different news categories - Breaking News, Travel Agent, Tour Operator, Airline, Cruise, Business Travel, Hotel, Sustainable Travel, Travel Technology and Internet Monitor.

The news can be presented in a pre-designed template or can be customised to suit each company"s requirements.

The technology works on the same principal as Google Adsense, which Google uses to deliver adverts.

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"We are happy to be able to accommodate the many requests we've had from companies who wanted to include TravelMole news on their website with a system that is easy for everyone to set-up at no cost." said Prashant Mendiratta, TravelMole IT manager.  "Additionally, for companies who wish to maintain their own news selection, create and broadcast their own B2B or B2C newsletters, we can now provide them with solutions."

By Bev Fearis

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  • Break-through technology?

    You said: "Break-through technology has been developed by ..." Looks a lot like other text delivery schemes ... never the less it will be a useful adjunct for making otherwise static web pages more interesting and keep the people coming back.

    By Jon Hewson, Monday, August 28, 2006

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