In our DIY: Online Travel Agents video, we’ve covered:
- What is an Online Travel Agent (OTA)?
- Why should you use OTAs.
- How to pick the right OTA for your business.
- Eight top tips for getting yourself set up on your chosen OTA website.
OTAs require you to update your rates and availability. They take a commission from any bookings, and only incur costs once a booking is made.
We spoke with Glasgow City Music Tours, Clydeside Distillery and the Scottish Football Museum about how they work with OTAs: