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Articles tagged “trivago”

Business Travel

Trivago TV Advertisement Makes Pitch for Business Travelers

Regardless of what their companies want, lots of road warriors are booking their hotels and flights on leisure travel sites, and hotel-metasearch sites, if they develop certain tracking and reporting tools, could one day play an even larger role in business travel.

Trivago TV Advertisement Makes Pitch for Business Travelers

Media and PR

Top 10 Most Popular Travel Brands on YouTube in June

At this point, vacationers have already made their holiday plans. It's good timing to publish videos that entertain as opposed to ones that promote.

Top 10 Most Popular Travel Brands on YouTube in June

Hotels

Trivago to Launch Hostel and Shared Room Search

Trivago's new shared-room search reflects the born-again trendiness of hostels -- which are no longer called youth hostels -- and apartment shares. Booking.com and Kayak already have it, and others will add it.

Trivago to Launch Hostel and Shared Room Search

SkiftX

What Kayak Means to Priceline on First Anniversary of $2.1 Billion Acquisition

What does Priceline's $1.8 billion acquisition of metasearcher Kayak mean as the first-year anniversary approaches? If you are a big-time online travel agency, you gotta have one. Just ask Expedia, which got its hands on Trivago soon after Priceline made its move on Kayak.

What Kayak Means to Priceline on First Anniversary of $2.1 Billion Acquisition

SkiftX

Why Expedia Will Eventually Acquire Travelocity Outright

Travelocity talked years ago about getting into the advertising and media business in a big way, but never made it happen. But, now Expedia has grand plans to use Travelocity's North America sites as a platform to expanding Expedia's own advertising and media business in tandem with the jolt that Trivago is already providing.

Why Expedia Will Eventually Acquire Travelocity Outright

Online Travel

Expedia Sees Room-Night Growth Slow in Q1 but Gets Air Ticket Bump from Travelocity

Trivago is the all-star in the Expedia stable, and saw its revenue rise year over year at an 80% clip in the first quarter of 2014.

Expedia Sees Room-Night Growth Slow in Q1 but Gets Air Ticket Bump from Travelocity

SkiftX

Room 77 Taps Google for an Exit Strategy of Sorts

Expedia led the latest funding round of Room 77, but obviously didn't view an outright acquisition as advantageous. Expedia already has Trivago, which doesn't want to get distracted as it continues to grow and tear up Europe.

Room 77 Taps Google for an Exit Strategy of Sorts

Hotels

Trivago Expands Reviewer-for-Hire Program to Build User Trust

Finally a company, Trivago, is taking a different approach to gathering reliable hotel reviews (as Skift reported in January). It is paying to travelers who may be traveling to a hotel anyway to fill out surveys and review the property. Now, let's see if it works.

Trivago Expands Reviewer-for-Hire Program to Build User Trust

Online Travel

Priceline Dominates Paid Search, With Expedia Playing Catch Up

Expedia is going to ride Trivago until the last bull has left the arena, and it is putting a lot of digital marketing money behind its prize, particularly in Eastern Europe.

Priceline Dominates Paid Search, With Expedia Playing Catch Up

Online Travel

Expedia CFO: We’re Looking For a Few More Travelocity-Like Deals

Was the Expedia-Travelocity deal just a harbinger of things to come? Expedia thinks so and is looking for additional online travel agency partners who would consider outsourcing the hard stuff to Expedia.

Expedia CFO: We’re Looking For a Few More Travelocity-Like Deals