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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.


GetGoing introduces the surprise element to air ticket bookings
GetGoing introduces the surprise element to air ticket bookings
By Kevin May | August 20, 2012
Opaque search, blind bookings - models which have found their way in to the travel lexicon in recent... Read More
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Mind the gap: the mobile traveler leads the way, but who will follow?
Mind the gap: the mobile traveler leads the way, but who will follow?
By Nick Vivion | August 10, 2012
The path to understanding the evolving mobile travel landscape is a journey that involves both... Read More
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Beyond social, research shows hotels looking offline to drive direct bookings
Beyond social, research shows hotels looking offline to drive direct bookings
By Nick Vivion | August 10, 2012
Thought-provoking new research by Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne and RateTiger suggests hotels are... Read More
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MythBusting at TripAdvisor? Four of the top concerns tackled
MythBusting at TripAdvisor? Four of the top concerns tackled
By Viewpoints | July 6, 2012
TripAdvisor, as everyone knows, is a community where travelers can voice their opinions and share... Read More
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Where the Hell is Matt? is back [VIDEO]
Where the Hell is Matt? is back [VIDEO]
By Kevin May | June 21, 2012
The Where the Hell is Matt? phenomenon started way back in the good ol' days of 2006, when game... Read More
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ImpulseFlyer eyes growing Asia-Pacific affluence with luxury private sale service
ImpulseFlyer eyes growing Asia-Pacific affluence with luxury private sale service
By Kevin May | April 12, 2012
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Singapore-based ImpulseFlyer, a private sale service for... Read More
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GuidePal raises $800,000, dismisses competitors as not waking up and smelling the coffee
GuidePal raises $800,000, dismisses competitors as not waking up and smelling the coffee
By Kevin May | March 28, 2012
Mobile destination guide provider GuidePal has raised $800,000 in a bid to speed up expansion of its... Read More
News | Technology
What Else? Dohop-OAG, Travelocity mobile, New Mind-Acorn, iBahn free wifi, Wego Indonesia
What Else? Dohop-OAG, Travelocity mobile, New Mind-Acorn, iBahn free wifi, Wego Indonesia
By PhocusWire | March 15, 2012
Dohop schedule deal with OAG, Travelocity creates mobile services for partners, New Mind tags Acorn... Read More
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TripAdvisor dips toe into world of verified reviews via collection service for partners
TripAdvisor dips toe into world of verified reviews via collection service for partners
By Kevin May | February 28, 2012
Big developments from TripAdvisor with news that is has unveiled a system to allow third parties to... Read More
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Accor launches A Club Surprise social media project, claims not to have heard of KLM Surprise
Accor launches A Club Surprise social media project, claims not to have heard of KLM Surprise
By Kevin May | February 16, 2012
KLM Surprise is still probably the best example yet of how a travel brand can use the social graph to... Read More
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In this white paper, carried out in partnership with PROS, we look at the various stages of airlines... Read More
Ditching direct: It may be time to reconsider your GDS and OTA connections
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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
March 1, 2019
Understanding how events affect demand and pricing for the car rental business
A detailed study by RateGain’s data science lab probes into event scenarios to get insights that will... Read More