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The web and its connection to travel is now over two decades old, yet it continues to evolve at a pace that is enough to keep the major players in the industry on alert and inspire new business to make a move.

The internet is no longer just about websites  - and the last disruptive force: mobile  - but the addition of new digital marketing techniques, cutting-edge user interfaces, and functionality that brings brands and consumers closer than ever before.


Trip38 aims to be the only local guide app that travellers will use in a destination
Trip38 aims to be the only local guide app that travellers will use in a destination
By Karthick Prabu | October 6, 2013
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What do travel companies look for when hiring travel bloggers and writers?
What do travel companies look for when hiring travel bloggers and writers?
By Viewpoints | October 4, 2013
Travel writers and travel bloggers dream of getting paid to do the two things they love most: travel... Read More
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TripAdvisor shows who is the boss, top source for direct hotel bookings
TripAdvisor shows who is the boss, top source for direct hotel bookings
By Karthick Prabu | October 4, 2013
TripAdvisor has overtaken the OTAs and all other sources to become the number one source of traffic... Read More
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KLM unveils MyDreamCatcher, a mashup of local information on a Pin-type dashboard
KLM unveils MyDreamCatcher, a mashup of local information on a Pin-type dashboard
By Karthick Prabu | October 3, 2013
After launching a series of innovative contests, now KLM Airlines has launched a new service by name... Read More
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Stayzilla raises series A funding and plans for aggressive growth in India
Stayzilla raises series A funding and plans for aggressive growth in India
By Karthick Prabu | October 3, 2013
India-based hotel reservation provider Stayzilla has raised its first institutional funding round from... Read More
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Three types of Tweets for travel marketers
Three types of Tweets for travel marketers
By Viewpoints | October 3, 2013
Some travel marketers are chatty. Other people are salesy. Some people just talk about themselves too... Read More
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Using science to get the most out of Twitter and Facebook
Using science to get the most out of Twitter and Facebook
By PhocusWire | October 3, 2013
Since social media is still relatively new, a lot of the research available to people is very... Read More
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Kayak ploughs ahead with international expansion as travel search gets super hot
Kayak ploughs ahead with international expansion as travel search gets super hot
By Linda Fox | October 3, 2013
Kayak has had its thunder stolen with news of Europe-based Skyscanner's investment windfall on the... Read More
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Skyscanner gets backing from Sequoia Capital, valuation pegged at $800 million
Skyscanner gets backing from Sequoia Capital, valuation pegged at $800 million
By Kevin May | October 3, 2013
If any more evidence was needed that the metasearch sector is getting red hot, then here it is -... Read More
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Myth-busting Big Data in travel
Myth-busting Big Data in travel
By Viewpoints | October 2, 2013
Big data and predictive analytics can help companies build a very accurate picture of their customers,... Read More
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Ditching direct: It may be time to reconsider your GDS and OTA connections
The cost and effort of maintaining a direct connect to the GDS may have been more than hotels had... Read More
Understanding how events affect demand and pricing for the car rental business
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Understanding how events affect demand and pricing for the car rental business
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