Jason Lee, a senior director of product and technology at Orlando-based Travel Media Group, agrees. The impact, he says, is “virtually nothing”. While Lee acknowledges that there may now be a stigma regarding user privacy issues, he doesn’t believe the situation affects Facebook travel advertisers. “For the travel and hospitality industry, it’s very straightforward marketing with a very straightforward purpose,” he says. “Creating Facebook clickbait is a fool’s errand in the world of hospitality because the objective is to encourage qualified consumers to purchase. In this, Facebook is still a valid source of potential customers.” Get the full story at EyeForTravel