Hello once again readers! It’s time for your weekly does of Friday Fuel, so get ready to Fuel up on the most exciting travel and technology news of the week! We’ve got quite a lot in store for today from pirates, spring break, brand new islands, and much more. Lets go!
This week’s Friday Fuel covers how you can improve your hotel / OTA relationship, innovations within the hospitality industry, and much more!
This week’s Friday Fuel roundup covers a potential new Google algorithm, new Instagram ad formats, changes in SERP user behavior, and much more.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., March 3, 2015 – Fuel, travel and tourism industry experts on a mission to make “Travel Marketing…Simplified,” have unveiled a product suite that is exclusively designed to make online marketing for hoteliers simple and effective. The new product suite creates a simple alignment between a client’s overall business strategy and their online […]
Fuel, travel and tourism industry experts on a mission to make “Travel Marketing…Simplified,” have unveiled a product suite that is exclusively designed to make online marketing for hoteliers simple and effective.
Fuel, the travel and tourism industry experts on a mission to make “Travel Marketing…Simplified,” formally known as Fuel Interactive, has changed names to better reflect the effect the addition of their capabilities has on a client’s business.
Check out this week’s Friday Fuel. We cover Baha Mar, a new resort in the Bahamas, Uber’s partnership with Starwood and Google’s Amazon Streetview.
Another Valentine’s Day is closing in which often means flowers, chocolate, and all the other typical sappy stuff. But, why not do something different this year and take your partner on an adventure?
Cyber Monday has past and if you’ve still got shopping to do, it’s time to get crackin’. It seems that some of the toughest people to buy for are those who are the most tech-savvy and know a great gift from a, “really you bought me this piece of junk?” gift. Do not worry though, here are five great gift ideas that are guaranteed to put a smile on that nerd’s face.
For starters – this is meant to explain in simplest terms WHAT we’re dealing with and WHY it happened, and HOW to fix it. This is not technojargon, and the explanations and examples used are of the most stripped down, basic, “get the point across” type.
In addition to the April 2nd announcement of the Amazon Fire TV, Amazon announced its own game studio. Here is our in-depth review of the new product.