Johan Craven couldn’t believe his luck. He’d just received an unsolicited email, supposedly from Carnival Cruise Lines, offering him an unspecified job with the cruise line in Australia.
Posting something online? Be careful. You never know how it’s going to be used. Once you post a picture, a comment, or an opinion online, it’s out there forever.
I know as much about bullying as the average father of three young children. Which is to say, I’m a subject matter expert. But Stephanie Kong’s request for help may not be easily solved, and I’m hoping you can help me.
A friend recently confessed that he was a “showroomer.” Not only that, but he didn’t feel guilty about it.
Showrooming, in case you were wondering, is when a shopper checks out a product at a brick and mortar store, then goes online to buy it. According to the 2012 Kellogg Shopper Index, a large segment of people still shop and buy at brick and mortar stores. But the numbers of showroomers are increasing, which threatens the brick and mortars.
Yes, there are times when you should book a trip yourself. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself before doing so.
When should you put the computer down and talk to a real travel agent? I’ll tell you when to turn to a pro.
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Think booking through an online agency is the same thing as buying through a human travel agent? Think again. I explain the differences.