While two-thirds of hotels in Europe now offer free wifi, much to the relief of many travellers, their counterparts in India and Singapore have a vastly different opinion when it comes in-flight connections.
Google versus Facebook – a fascinating battle between between two giants of the web, not least because Googleâ€™s Plus network hasnâ€™t really hit Facebook too hard yet.
While Amazon offers the convenient checkout service to retail-website builders, other retailers are understandably loath to embrace the e-commerce giant’s tools.
Travel agents seeking insights into potential properties for customers are often left to search the Internet far and wide to glean perspective on a particular property, a challenge which has been directly addressed by reputation managers TrustYou with their newest product.
No massive marketing budget? Smaller companies and startups often find themselves relying on the media thought PR stunts and initiatives.
Just days after First Choice released its ‘Happiness Included’ online service, Thomas Cook gives us details of its own drive to inspire
What is the ROI of your kids? And letâ€™s be clear, they cost an absolute fortune these days. So, this recent Motherâ€™s Day got me to thinking about this very question.
Technology has obviously transformed the way hotels operate compared to the good old days of the 1990s. No more so than in distribution, which has arguably faced the most dramatic changes.
Hamilton Island, located off the Queensland coast of Australia, has scored a winner on Instagram when trying to market the destination to travelers.
A job agency in Australia has predicted the humble travel agent will cease to exist within 12 years, alongside a number of other careers it reckons will fade away because of technology.