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Content Marketing in Travel Has Moved From Niche to Mainstream

Content Marketing in Travel Has Moved From Niche to Mainstream

Dave Montali, Skift

In today's content-driven world, travel companies have adapted to cater to customers' needs. Content marketing is now more popular than ever before.

3 days ago

How Travel Marketers Are Measuring Content Marketing Success

How Travel Marketers Are Measuring Content Marketing Success

Dave Montali, Skift

With content marketing's move into the mainstream the next step for companies to master is measuring its performance and success.

1 week ago

New Skift Research Report: The State of Content Marketing in Travel 2017

New Skift Research Report: The State of Content Marketing in Travel 2017

Luke Bujarski, Skift

If content marketing is all about storytelling, then "travel" should be about the easiest vertical to storytell around. That is, unless, you have every other destination, hotel, and airline telling the same story.

2 weeks ago

Skift Forum Europe: How Lonely Planet Looks Beyond Guidebooks

Skift Forum Europe: How Lonely Planet Looks Beyond Guidebooks

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Lonely Planet is taking a multichannel approach to consumer travel media, and it seems to be working.

2 weeks ago

Measuring the Value of Location Data — Digital Marketing News This Week

Measuring the Value of Location Data — Digital Marketing News This Week

Jeremy Kressman, Skift

The key question for travel marketers is no longer "Does location-based marketing work?" but "When does this start to get creepy?"

3 weeks ago

Adding Up Facebook’s Competitive Advantages in Travel

Adding Up Facebook’s Competitive Advantages in Travel

Jared Wein, Skift

Facebook has quickly gone from the experimental phase for many travel companies to a growing part of the advertising budget with its own line item. We see the importance of the platform for the travel industry continuing to grow.

3 weeks ago

Facebook’s Strong Growth Among Travel Brands Will Not Hurt Google

Facebook’s Strong Growth Among Travel Brands Will Not Hurt Google

Jared Wein, Skift

The intent to grow Facebook advertising is clear from both the hotels and online travel companies. As conversion continues to improve, Facebook will grow its market share within a strongly growing digital advertising pie.

3 weeks ago

New Skift Research Report: A Deep Dive Into Facebook’s Impact on Travel

New Skift Research Report: A Deep Dive Into Facebook’s Impact on Travel

Jared Wein, Skift

Facebook’s ability to retarget consumers combined with the ads being visual, aspirational, cost-effective, and largely in-app for Facebook’s massive and highly-engaged user base will make the platform an increasingly important tool for the travel industry.

4 weeks ago

TripAdvisor Is Being Massively Outspent by Its Biggest Rivals

TripAdvisor Is Being Massively Outspent by Its Biggest Rivals

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Even if TripAdvisor can straighten out its Instant Booking feature, it still faces the daunting task of changing consumer perceptions in the face of Expedia, Booking.com and others, which are saturating digital media and broadcasting.

4 weeks ago

Digital Marketing News: Building a Culture for Travel Innovation

Digital Marketing News: Building a Culture for Travel Innovation

Jeremy Kressmann, Skift

Every travel company wants to be known as innovative. But creating the right culture for innovation can be challenging. That's why travel incubators seem like such a great strategy: access to outside partners, ideas and talent with minimal risk.

1 month ago

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How Travel Brands Do Customer Service Right on Social Media

How Travel Brands Do Customer Service Right on Social Media

Adobe + Epsilon + Skift

Social media is rapidly becoming one of the travel industry’s most important channels for customer service, but there's no one-size-fits-all approach. From automated chat bots to digital concierge services, find out what's working for top travel brands.

1 month ago

National Geographic’s New TV Direction — Digital Marketing News This Week

National Geographic’s New TV Direction — Digital Marketing News This Week

Jeremy Kressmann, Skift

Does National Geographic's push into original scripted TV signal that the industry is shifting away from bland travel reality shows and snooze-worthy programming about cruises and Las Vegas? We sure hope so.

1 month ago