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How will online hotel booking change in the near future?

How will online hotel booking change in the near future? | Technology | Scoop.it

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.


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ALBERTO CORRERA's curator insight, May 24, 2013 9:03 AM

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Stacy-Ann White's comment, August 25, 9:49 PM
In today’s society people rely greatly on the feedback from other customers when making decisions regarding travel, purchase etc. TripAdvisor is a great platform where customers can rate their experiences and the amenities that are offered at various properties/hotels. Trip Advisor is a great tool that prospective customers can use to evaluate potential destination prior to traveling. In the future booking will be based primarily on reviews from various advisor sites, however, consumers should use various sites that offer customer reviews to ensure that they are getting reviews that are consistent.
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Where Google Travel is heading, according to one of its employees

Where Google Travel is heading, according to one of its employees | Technology | Scoop.it

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.


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Mohan Song's comment, February 1, 2013 7:40 PM
It is awesome, I definitely will use it for next trip
Jouvens Jean's comment, September 10, 2013 4:06 PM
Sounds to me like google is saying now that faster is better.
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Find Yours: Beyond selling vacations, Expedia pushes emotional connection to travel

Find Yours: Beyond selling vacations, Expedia pushes emotional connection to travel | Technology | Scoop.it

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.


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Mohan Song's comment, February 1, 2013 7:38 PM
A smart way to do promotion