In this week’s Friday Fuel roundup, we talk a mega hotel merger, leak of a hotel price drop alert feature from Google, hotel booking trends and much more.
This week, Friday Fuel covers tons of industry changes including a new Google Hotel Ads feature, the Bing/Yahoo/Google debacle, changes in traveler booking behavior, & much more.
This week’s Friday Fuel roundup talks a brand new Yahoo search announcement, some interesting travel stats, and the importance of vanity websites for hotels.
This week’s Friday Fuel talks hotel tech updates at Starwood hotels, tricks that OTAs use to improve conversion rates, & Fueligans at the HiTEC conference.
This week’s Friday Fuel talks Netflix at Marriott, Starwood’s revamp of the Sheraton brand, Google I/O Announcements, & much more. Check it out!
This week’s Friday Fuel features a preview of HITEC 2015, how hotels are eliminating mandatory check-in/out times, Hard Rock Hotels action sports initiative, A UFO hotel, the hotel industry’s near future, and Marriott’s new Apple Watch app.
In this week’s Friday Fuel, we talk ferry trips to Cuba, questionable hotel ethics, and much more with our link lightning round.
Check out our latest Friday Fuel covering Tripadvisor’s reviews, social trends for hoteliers, last minute bookings, and OTA consolidations.
In this week’s Friday Fuel we cover Dufl luggage services, Apple Watch opening doors at Starwood properties, STR’s 1st Q Hospitality Stats, and Google’s Algorithm change.
This week’s Friday Fuel discusses Google breadcrumb updates, Facebook newsfeed updates, struggles of creating a full marketing analytics picture, and more!
Happy Friday everyone! Are y’all ready for this week’s Friday Fuel? Of course you are! We’ve got some fun stuff in store, from Espresso Machines in Space, America’s Best Tiki Bars, and the great American family vacation movie is back. Warm up your mouse and lets get scrolling! W Hotels and will.i.am designs new […]
This week’s Friday Fuel covers several major mobile benchmarks, survey results for millennial travel habits, and what we can do to “fix” travel.