Posts Tagged ‘Tips’
Make no mistake about it, getting to Cuba is difficult for Americans. This article will help you get through the tedious licensing procedures, the unnecessarily complicated flight purchase process and securing a place to stay. After that, all you'll need is your carry-on bag, documentation, a wad of cash, a good attitude/open mind and Cuba will ...[Read More]
Google’s goal is to provide you with a single number and an integrated mailbox to manage all of your mobile, landline and VOIP needs and for the most part it succeeds. Excellent call quality, enhanced calling features, Smartphone apps and free domestic calling are just a few of the excellent features. Throw in free international calling back ...[Read More]
Bloggers having their articles stolen and reposted by those looking to generate ad-revenue is becoming an epidemic. Here are some useful tips to remove stolen content and prevent it from occurring...
With the new Passenger Bill of Rights (Tarmac Delays) going into affect soon, I thought this would be a good time to address the new rules - and suggest a few more!
Are loyalty programs really indicators of satisfaction (loyalty) or metrics designed to measure profit (incentives)? Jay looks into the correlation between the two.
A collection of Top Ten Travel Tips and Tricks from Jay Travels. Whether traveling for Business or Vacation, these tips will help you get the most out of your travels.
Jay's collection of tips and tricks for dealing with travel related scams - specifically recognizing and avoiding them.and
Planning that super cool vacation to some exotic paradise halfway across the globe? Before you go, make sure you use these tips to make your international flight more enjoyable.
To be quite honest, I have been confused on a number of occasions about when and how much gratuity (tip) to a provide when traveling out of the country. I learned pretty quickly that tipping is not necessary in some countries and in others, it is seen as a form of insult. The purpose of