Voglr launches as a hotel video search engine

Hotels and destinations can readily access Voglr to create a commercial account to upload their promotional videos. Photo credit: Voglr

Voglr.com has officially launched to showcase more than 1,000 hotel promotional videos on the new video search engine. Travel agents can now add the platform to their own websites in the form of a white-label or branded pop-up window.

The video search engine focuses on showcasing luxury hotels, resorts and destinations from around the world, with technology that enables travel agents to offer a true virtual journey to their clients.

“While many hotels and destinations feature video content on their own website, the development of one curated portal that places thousands of property and destination videos directly in front of their target audience is invaluable for both travel agents and their clients,” director and founder Patrice Van Isacker said in a statement. “We have invested in developing a robust platform and approve all content before it goes live, meaning that quality will be at the heart of everything you see.”
  
Hotels and destinations can readily access Voglr to create a commercial account to upload their promotional videos. A variety of advertising options allow for tailored promotional solutions at various price points, and the platform allows you to display contact information with Voglr Directory Listing, secure prime placement for a video with Voglr Choice, or circulate your latest news and offers to an international database of more than 30,000 travel agents via dedicated digital newsletter.
 
“In an age of major digital transformation and multi-channel consumer choice, Voglr offers travelers an immersive approach to holiday planning,” said commercial director Krystina Georgiou. “The platform adds a compelling new dimension to online hotel and destination marketing; inspiring, educating and empowering consumers and industry experts through relevant and captivating content.“

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