The 16 most-popular articles on Tnooz in 2016NewsBy Sean O'Neil | January 2, 2017Share This article was originally published on 2016 was Tnooz's seventh full year of operation, and the end of the year is a time to look back.We've compiled lists of our most-read articles, most-shared, and most-commented-on articles of the past year. The headlines are fairly self-explanatory, so without further ado... Here are your 16 from 2016, in reverse order: 16. Google creates a Playbook for travel15. Booking.com’s BookingSuite chief talks RateManager and hotel strategy14. Expedia axes strategy of dimming hotels that apparently offer low value13. What does Pokemon Go mean for the travel industry?12. How Booking.com dominates hotel bookings in two simple charts11. Why mobile travel chat will revolutionize online travel bookings10. Why Google woke up and smelt the travel coffee9. The state of online travel agency bookings in charts8. Hafner isn’t having it — Kayak’s CEO critiques Google, Airbnb, and others7. Virgin Atlantic feels force of Chinese social media after alleged racist incident6. Airlines shouldn’t worry about Google Flights’ latest moves5. HomeAway may face a class action by owners over its new guest fee4. Google shows its potential to ruin the dreams of travel destination apps3. Priceline Group CEO Darren Huston quits over conduct with employee2. HomeAway tweaks its rental commissions, adds traveler fee1. Why you should never consider a travel planning startupHere are your most-shared articles, according to BuzzSumo, in reverse order: 5. What does Pokemon Go mean for the travel industry?4. Why travel needs to design mobile-first customer journeys3. How rail is challenging air travel’s supremacy [Sponsored by Sabre]2. In a first, Expedia promotes a hotel’s loyalty rates and rewards program1. TripAdvisor scraps bookings for hundreds of attractions featuring animalsHere are your most-commented-on articles, in reverse order: 5. LeisureLink shuts down4. Why you should never consider a travel planning startup3. HomeAway’s new fee sparks some anger the company tries to quell2. HomeAway may face a class action by owners over its new guest fee1. HomeAway tweaks its rental commissions, adds traveler feeHave a Happy New Year, from the Tnooz team.