TMR Makes It Easy To Comment On Our Website

TMR Makes It Easy To Comment On Our Website


Travel Market Report
is inviting its readers into the news discussion with a new addition to the website: Disqus comment-hosting service.

Disqus makes it easy to voice your opinion on the bottom of any article on the website without having to create a separate account just for TMR; it is a single service that allows you to comment on any member website (including Us Weekly, A.V.ClubNPR and more) after just singing up once.

The process is simple—just log in with your Facebook, Twitter or Google account (or sign up on the Disqus website),  for unfettered access to a discussion with your fellow TMR readers on the bottom of any article on the website.

We hope you will join TMR in reading about—and sharing your thoughts on—the news of the day for travel agents, and visit TravelMarketReport.com on a daily basis to interact with TMR editors and your fellow travel-agent readers.

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