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Review sites, the future?

December 29, 2010


If you want to start a heated discussion with an independent hotelier, talk to him about Tripadvisor. People either love it or hate it, and those that don’t do either, ignore it. No doubt, hotel reviews on the internet has forced hotels to up their service level and care. In the past many could get […]

Importance of the Tripadvisor Link

September 20, 2010


I noticed quite some hotels have not purchased the link to their website on their Tripadvisor page, which was understandable at first. I purchased the link for some hotels I was consulting to see the result. Of course like everything new we thought this would be an avalanche of visits and bookings. After all we […]

Google Places to give access to Hotel’s prices

August 26, 2010


Currently Google Places displays rates in almost all countries, this has been available in the US as a beta for a while. But only recently did it start showing up in Europe. What does this mean for hotels? There is a good and a bad, the good, a better qualifications filter for people visiting the […]