There is a clear mobile majority in travel across all demographics for the first time ever, says the latest Travel Technology Survey …
As traveler behavior trends towards last-minute bookings, pretty much every OTA has launched a new last-minute solution. Booking.com had one of the …
Statistics proving the procrastinating proclivities of others are always extremely popular – especially for travel marketers looking to capitalize on the “always on” nature of the mobile device.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many residents were unprepared for the sheer scope and devastation faced by their communities. For those who did not heed evacuation warnings, or who were never told to evacuate, there was the near-term unpleasantness of the storm’s destruction.
Last minute hotel deals continue to explode in popularity, with luxury travel bookers Jetsetter throwing their high-end hoteliers into the mix.
The wrong industry is paying attention to Tingo, the recent side project from TripAdvisor which is gaining notoriety from the travel trade.
We see it all the time: Travelers are planning trips months in advance thinking they will be rewarded with low rates for a hotel stay only to see standard rack rates.
We live in a fast paced, minute-by-minute, “just-in-time” society. From Twitter to iTunes to HotelTonight, when people want something, they want it now.
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.
Forget about elongated booking windows when it comes to mobile-device-wielding consumers looking for a hotel room — they want their reservation pronto for tonight or tomorrow evening.