The US startup is helping publishers like Boston.com and Vagabondish make money by packaging and serving advertorials, or “native advertising.”
Expedia-owned Chinese OTA eLong is partnering with ArrivalGuides, a Europe-based destination content specialist, in a bid to overhaul and improve the site’s destination information.
Onboard, a website that’s all about cruise travel, aims to directly challenge Cruise Critic and Cruisemates with a posh take on online travel communities. Think Nowness + Quora.
One area of the Frommer’s business that got little mention during the acquisition by Google last summer was the travel content service for other brands.
The Travel Channel is one of the major brands facing an unknown fate of late, so perhaps now is a good time to reflect on the state of travel shows and the one channel that has truly held the travel name.
Whether you’re a journalist, blogger, or content creator for a travel site like a hotel or metasearch company, there are interesting lessons to be learned from the success of CNNGo and its current rebranding effort.
New British site The Hotel Guru curates top critics, such as Fiona Duncan of the UK’s Sunday Telegraph Hotel Guru column, Mr and Mrs Smith, i-escape, tablethotels, the Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays, the Michelin Guide, and CN Traveller (UK).
Iâ€™ll admit it: Iâ€™ve got an axe to grind. A big and rather shiny axe, one that has been resting against the cupboard called Lazy Travel Marketing for quite a while.
Now arriving: Departful, an independent, online travel magazine that launched today by a Canadian startup.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring US-based Near2there, a mobile service which allows travellers to discover and be alerted to attractions on a trip.