L2Think Tank, which delivers digital innovation insights from across industries, has released their latest Digital IQ Index for Hotels. W Hotels came out on top of the last Index, which was the only hotel brand to land in the “genius” category.
The America's Cup sailing race has more heritage than nearly any sporting event — in fact, its trophy is the oldest still used in international competition But the America's Cup hasn't exactly become a hit with the masses.
Kayak has unveiled a package holidays service built around an algorithm which uses what people look for and write about most. The metasearch specialist uses Germany-based Knowledge Garden for the algorithm, which aims to offer more intuitive search.
The tragedy in Boston has left many speechless, queasy and simply out-of-sorts with their place in the world. For the travel industry, terrorist events like these have the potential for huge disruption of business.
Yesterday, Google updated its Flight Search. To put things in context, James van Thiel, the industry leader for Google's Netherlands Travel team, talks about integrating search with metasearch and other developments.
What is really Social Media Relationships? I have previously talked about the paradigm shift Relationship Marketing Strategies can provide for Hotel Bookings. Many Hotels has thousands of followers, friends, likes, connections or +1’s.
Casinos target younger gamblers with resort-style amenities Press of Atlantic City That study was conducted by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
NB: This is a guest article from Gary Leff, a frequent flier mileage expert who blogs at View from the Wing. It’s finally happening. TripAdvisor is going to go big in hotel metasearch as a way to drive bookings.
What kind of experience do you have in the field? Who are your references? What's your Facebook password? If the Password Protection Act becomes law, it would make it a crime for employers to ask that third question.
If you've ever wished for a gadget that can nag you about your eating habits the way your mom used to, only in a much more subtle way, then the HAPIfork may be for you. And now you can get your fingers on one.
Travel has always been one of the most emotional products to sell – memories, smells, sounds, sights and experiences all combine to create an intricate tapestry that offers many approachable threads for marketers.