Get ready for the April 2015 edition of Analytics Around the World where we recap the latest Analytics news and updates over the past month.
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.
What really happened with Google’s mobile-friendly update and that does it mean for your hotel website? Find out with our latest breakdown.
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.
Another month has come and gone and we’ve got some exciting tips & tricks for all of you analytics junkies. This month, we talk conversion mistakes and how to speed up website analysis and optimizations. Enjoy! Five interesting conversion mistakes we’ve made and seen We have not only seen conversion mistakes, but we have made […]
This week’s Friday Fuel covers hotel email open rates, staycation trends, the great Facebook purge, an Amazon Travel update, and much more!
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.
Carousels, local packs, and authorships – oh my! The search engine results pages of 2015 are vastly different than what was seen even just ten years ago in 2005.