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Singapore’s BeMyGuest integrates with Google for tours and activity booking links

Now attraction and tour operators can work with BeMyGuest to show ticket booking links on Google.

Singapore – BeMyGuest, specialists in technology and distribution for attraction, tour and activity operators, today announced the launch of a new integration with Google, allowing attractions and tour operators to show free ticket booking links directly on Google Search. 

This new functionality will help drive bookings by making it easy for users to click through and book tickets directly on supplier websites. Free ticket booking links mean that suppliers can show their offers to potential customers without needing to take part in paid advertising campaigns. 

Using BeMyGuest’s Xplore Booking System, the company will push all sales leads generated from Google directly to the operator’s website. Xplore is a modular Booking System launched in Singapore, providing full circle digitisation of all direct sales channels, including three key modules for E-Commerce, Point of Sale, as well as B2B management. The additional sales from Google will be processed via the Xplore system, and proceeds from the new direct sales channel delivered to the operator’s preferred payment gateway. 

“It’s a real boost for operators who have been struggling over recent times to help them rebuild their revenue streams through what should be an additional and very powerful direct sales channel,” said Blanca Menchaca, CEO of BeMyGuest of the announcement. “We’re currently speaking to a number of our operators, welcoming them with the opportunity to be included in the integration. As a B2B company, our priority is to empower them with as many sales channels as possible, so we’re very happy to support Google and our operators in this way.”

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