Travel insights from Jenna Buege, contributing editor of The Compass Improves User Experience, a travel professional review-based travel site, has added some major updates such as improved search capabilities and review information. In addition to these enhanced features, the site underwent a complete makeover resulting in a more intuitive and user-friendly interface.

The call to upgrade was inspired by the massive growth of independent travel professionals and their need to find the best of the best for their businesses. features nearly 2,000 reviews from agents assessing their host agency affiliations, making it a valuable tool for travel professionals around the world.

“We’ve listened to the feedback from those who used the site before, and are delivering this new site because we realize that you, the Agent, know what you need better than anyone else. We’re just here to help you find it quicker and more effectively,” said Andy Ogg, sales and marketing director for Ogg Marketing Group.

In addition to helpful reviews, the site also provides agents with current information regarding the agency’s awards and recognition.

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