Online Travel Agencies

  • Takeaways From Travel Weekly’s 2015 Consumer Trends Report

    … for booking purposes. In the report, Travel Weekly says that last year’s browse-to-book conversion rate jumped 17% for hotel desktop websites, 7% for online travel agencies (OTAs) and 2% for airlines. The report says that a higher percentage of visitors to OTAs and supplier websites are following through on booking travel because more of those…

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  • Online Travel Advertising Ready to Take Off in 2015

    … OTAs like Expedia and TripAdvisor have their own ad networks, which can benefit from extra revenue driven by local content Ancillary Services: A Hidden Gem for Advertisers? Many frequent flyers were not pleased when JetBlue recently announced it would reduce leg room in certain planes and start charging for checked bags. The truth is that travelers…

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  • The Role Social and Mobile Plays in Travel Bookings

    …Once upon a time, you had to visit or call a travel agent to plan your getaways. Nowadays, people are flocking to social media for vacation inspiration and search engines to track down their own packages and deals. While most travel research is performed on desktop, mobile devices are doubling as miniature assistant shoppers — used to compare fare quotes, check destination weather and map out routes in advance. In addition, mobile apps are increasingly employed to book hotels, cars […]…

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