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    June 25, 2021

    The Americans are coming. And this time…it’s personal.

    As the Summer travel season begins, Europe has been fighting with vaccination equality and ensuring each country can secure and provide enough vaccine for their populations. While that remains an ongoing fight, the United States, on...

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    May 11, 2021

    The Rise of the OTAs

    The United States shares the title of being one of the most Covid-affected countries in the world by number of cases reported and deaths. Now the United States is pulling it’s weight by leading the way...

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    August 23, 2019

    How to automate bookings with tour operators and destination management companies

    Although you may consider yourself an experienced, independent traveler, for others, tour operators and destination management companies (DMCs) offer a fun and wonderful travel experience to unique, monumental places around the world. Not only do they...

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    May 30, 2019

    How in-room AI is giving hotels a competitive advantage

    AI and voice search aren’t just coming to a hotel near you. In many cases, they’re already here. Several brands now offer in-room Amazon Alexa devices to help personalize guest experiences; Amazon the in-room assistant integrates...

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    November 27, 2018

    3 innovations in Asian hospitality every hotelier should know

    Asia Pacific is the world’s largest travel market, projected to grow to USD $500 billion in 2021 according to Phocuswright. A big chunk of activities can be found on digital platforms – online travel bookings make...

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    March 21, 2017

    Google’s penalty for “intrusive” interstitials: What hoteliers need to know

    Google is once more making it clear what kinds of mobile experiences they want to encourage. Recently, they announced they would start penalizing sites with intrusive mobile interstitials in their search results. Interstitials, of course, are...