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A TikTok ban would disrupt tourism marketing - Airlines, destinations, and hotels are major advertisers on TikTok, with Booking.com being TikTok’s biggest customer.
Mar 14, 2024 • Marketing
Pace of travel industry transformation to accelerate - New global research from Amadeus has revealed a strong appetite for investment across the travel sector in 2024.
Mar 14, 2024 • Travel
Can travel be sustainable? - With global tourism expected to make a full recovery this year after the pandemic, the industry faces mounting pressure to deliver on its sustainability pledges.
Mar 14, 2024 • Travel
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Expedia welcomes new private label partners - The OTA is broadening its global reach through a series of new and expanded partnerships for its private label solutions.
Mar 14, 2024 • Hospitality
Skift launches Executive Search unit - Its new Executive Search division aims to address the growing demand for skilled and visionary leaders within the travel sector.
Mar 14, 2024 • Hospitality
Hospitality benchmarks for database health in 2024 - Your hotel guest database isn’t going to tell you when it’s sick. But your marketing communications will show it.
Mar 14, 2024 • Hospitality
Social media marketing for hotels - Social media has become essential in how travelers choose their next stay, making it a critical tool for hotels to enhance their appeal and visibility.
Mar 14, 2024 • Marketing
Google for hotels testing new filter options - When you click on a specific hotel, Google can show filters for reviews, dates, guests and about the hotel.
Mar 14, 2024 • Marketing
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