Google – love it or hate it – plays an important part in almost every part of the travel ecosystem.
Instagram may be changing our brains, but it's also changed how people choose their next adventure.
The potential for a slowdown in the outbound tourism market is forcing Ctrip.com International to shift strategic priorities, something that all major online travel agencies catering to the China market will have to consider.
Booking Holdings (NASDAQ: BKNG) today announced that it has successfully completed its previously announced plan to acquire hotel metasearch site HotelsCombined.
Similar to the giant balloons that will rise above the high school marching bands and floats that carry celebrities through the streets of Manhattan in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a philosophical framework hovered over the parade of presenters who took the stage at the annual Phocuswright Conference last week in Los Angeles
Discussions around who owns the customer are not new, with the idea of portable profiles often mooted at conferences. But what if it was a big brand such as Amazon, Google or even Booking.com?
The benefits of hyper-personalization are well known to the travel industry. Making your customer feel loved, launching unbeatable granular marketing and ensuring relevancy will undoubtedly deliver huge gains for your organization.
TripAdvisor was forced to defend itself at the weekend against accusations that as many as one in three reviews is fake.
Sentence over false reviews sold to hundreds of hospitality firms is landmark fraud ruling
Consider how Amazon grew to the retail gargantuan it is today. Step one, see an opportunity to provide a better service by removing friction points. Step two, incremental growth through adoption and retention of loyal customers. Step three, data, data, and more data. Step four, harness data into action – innovate, enhance, and repeat.