Travel companies on Facebook will have to rethink their Pages’ interactivity, “look” and navigation as Facebook announced that improvements — or changes, that is — will be coming to corporate Pages by March 30.
WebJet has lost some of its lead over rival online travel agency Expedia in the list of leading travel websites in Australia.
After Hotwire surprised many last week after overtaking Travelocity, it’s now the turn of Kayak to leapfrog both brands and become the fourth most popular intermediary site in the US.
Priceline’s annual results published this week leave us much to speculate about regarding Netherlands-based booking.com and it’s strategy going forward
With 17.5% of its global website traffic already coming from mobile browsers, Travelzoo unveiled its first mobile website, in the US, and debuted an Android app, as well.
Big developments from TripAdvisor with news that is has unveiled a system to allow third parties to collect reviews from customers which will then be flagged as verified on the main site.
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