Cruise & Travel
Widgety have recently gone live with a full integration from CroisiEurope. We speak to UK Sales Director John Fair to find out how Widgety works for the cruise line, plans for the future, and more.
Due to changes that came into affect earlier this year, pages with under 2,000 likes can no longer have custom tabs. This is our solution to the problem.
We’ve been keeping a bit of a secret recently, but at Widgety we have been working hard on our latest product for the past 12 months, introducing it to a select few and testing, testing and testing some more. Now that we can finally reveal what we’ve been doing, we’re thrilled to announce our new Cruise Search Widget.
Facebook doesn't support viewing tabs on mobile or tablet, but there is a sneaky way to get around this and make your Facebook Widgets available to all.
Investigating the Widgety API just became a breeze! Our new design lets you make direct requests and play around with all the parameters we've got available, right on the developer website.
Red Funnel provides an important travel link between Southampton and the Isle of Wight. They already have Widgets providing content for their website, so the next step was to put useful information in front of people visiting their Facebook page.
Travel Agents see the benefits of adding searchable Cruise Line brochure racks to their Facebook pages