Traditional fraud prevention tools are ineffective for travel Traditional fraud detection tools rely on geographical indicators to detect fraud. Travel companies that rely on these such tools are therefore likely rejecting many good customers. Source: Hotel Marketing Traditional fraud prevention tools are ineffective for travel
Tips for updating static hotel content on intermediary websites Updating rates and availabilty across multiple channels via channel managers has become commonplace throughout hospitality. But what about hotel descriptions, which require ticking off hundreds of extranet fields per employed channel? Source: Hotel Marketing Tips for updating static hotel content on intermediary websites
Can TripAdvisor turn things around? There’s a debate under way among investors – and quietly within the travel industry, too – on whether TripAdvisor can make its booking feature, TripAdvisor Instant Booking, work from a financial standpoint and get back on course. Source: Hotel Marketing Can TripAdvisor turn things around?
Are travelers losing the hotel booking wars? The big hotel chains are in a position of strength. Rooms are full, rates are good and they’re winning share by offering lower rates through their loyalty programs. But what happens if the economy starts to get worse? Source: Hotel Marketing Are travelers losing the hotel booking wars?