Hotels.Com

Hotels.com is a website for booking hotel rooms online and by telephone. The company has 85 websites in 34 languages, and lists over 240,000 hotels in approximately 19,000 locations. Its Inventory includes hotels and B&Bs, and some condos and other types of commercial lodging. Hotels.com was established in 1991 as the Hotel Reservations Network (HRN). In 2001 it became part of Expedia Inc. and in 2002 changed its name to Hotels.com. Hotels.com is operated by Hotels.com LP, a limited partnership located in Dallas, Texas, USA.
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  • SEO: The O Is For Outing

    … of the ordinary for platform issues to cause SEO problems.) Creating and maintaining a website is hard work. Nobody does it perfectly. Just look under the hood at your crawl errors in Google Webmaster Tools – we’ve all got them. So, the last thing I need is someone publicly pointing out that my client’s platform is creating duplicate sites on the non-www site…

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  • WordStream’s Best of the Month: October

    …. Fortunately, Megan’s got your back in this post, in which she outlines 22 creative ideas for marketing with a limited budget. 6. Hotels.com Busted for Buying Links, Offers Weak Apology: Larry takes aim at Hotels.com in this post for being caught in the act of buying links. Why would one of the world’s largest hospitality brands stoop to buying links? Did…

    Dan Shewan/ WordStreamin Social Paid Search- 13 readers -
  • Hotels.com Busted for Buying Links, Offers Weak Apology

    … As is true of so many things in life, the big boys have it a whole lot easier than the rest of us. Fishing for backlinks in exchange for money can be risky (not to mention deeply unethical), but that didn’t stop Hotels.com, an Expedia property, from sending out spammy emails asking travel bloggers for precisely that. What Happened? In case you…

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