travellistings.org
THE most thorough and deep-dive review service for travel-related websites
★ Get your own unique FAQ + Selling Points on your profile page
★ be seen by 1000s of daily visitors and win new business
    Home

Gold Listings' Content
All content automatically fetched by our spider
Categories New listings
England (1195)
Northern Ireland (83)
Scotland (229)
Wales (9)
Rest of the World (2971)
Travel-related Websites (500)

travellistings.org articles
Gourmet Adventures: Scouting AirBnB Kitchens for the Culinary Traveler

Miami's 2026 World Cup Fiesta: A Soccer Celebration Like No Other
Miami`s 2026 World Cup Fiesta: A Soccer Celebration Like No Other

Getting Lost and Found in the Wonderful Chaos of Bangkok

Wandering Through Wollongong: A Gonzo Guide to Australia's Coastal Gem

A Divinely Madcap Adventure in Tbilisi, Georgia

Get Lost in the Timeless Charm of Bratislava

Experience the Quirky Charm of Reykjavik: An Unconventional Guide


Number of listings removed from our directory since 1st November 2019 = 534

How We Manually Review web.archive.org

A big signal of trust a website can have is its own online history. web.archive.org ("The Wayback Machine") is an online archive that takes snapshot caches of each domain through the years, so you can "go back" and see what a website looked like in the past (and the content it hosted) by viewing those snapshots. We manually check each website we review via web.archive.org just to check out its history. It has to be a manual job to see what kind of content has been hosted on the domain through the years.

It gives us a good picture of the history of any given domain name. Some domains are used by DIFFERENT companies through the years (bought and sold), others maintain the same owner/company. If we review a site that has a domain that's "old" (5 years +) that also contains consistent content by the same company throughout that lifetime of the domain, it's a great signal of trust if coupled by the other signals of trust too.

However, it doesn't mean that new sites are necessarily at a disadvantage because we do look at a lot of different signals to determine how trustworthy a site is.







travellistings.org (c)2009 - 2024