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  • How Google Might Shape Next-generation Travel
    Last week, Google held its annual I/O summit at its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Many developers, executives and experience designers gathered to see what's next in Google's sprawling and ...
  • IoT Extends Reach Into The Travel Market
    While travel has been one of the first industries to move the bulk of its customer service and commerce online, we could now be on the edge of travel's next ...
  • Winning Instagram - The TSA Way
    Creating compelling and original content for social media is a challenge for most brands. In travel, we are, at least, gifted with the use of exotic locations, and a domain ...
  • Travel At SXSW Interactive 2017
    SXSW kicks off once again on March 10 in Austin, Texas. The festival has morphed from its humble beginnings into a spectacular event with over 37,000 attendees last year and ...
  • The Force Of Habit
    In this month's "Harvard Business Review," former P&G CEO A. G Lafley and Rotman professor Roger Martin talk about the power of simple habit in shaping our brand and product ...
  • Is Airbnb Launching The Era Of The Travel Ecosystem?
    It's been another busy year of record-breaking for Airbnb, and the once-plucky start-up has continued to make its ambition clear. ...
  • Why Car Rental Brands Should Be Looking To Start-ups
    I spend a good deal of time in the car retail market, both working in the industry and, of course, as a regular business traveler. We are all very used ...
  • Consumers Love Convenience, And The Travel Industry Should Take Note
    I'm sure I'm not the only one who views any complex travel planning with a mixture of stress and terror. As part of a generation that's become very accustomed to ...
  • Twitter Becomes Search-able (Again)
    Twitter is about to get a huge boost in exposure for the network (and active accounts) by re-opening and enhancing its connection with the world's most visited property. Twitter content ...
  • The Shifting Goalposts of Mobile Commerce
    This week's OMMA event for mobile commerce in New York is surely a sign that mobile commerce has come of age. Of course, the stats speak for themselves: by the ...
  • Can Amazon Mobile Make Us Care?
    Yesterday Amazon revealed the new Fire Phone in a way we are far more used to seeing from Apple. The incredibly slick transformation of Amazon into a hardware business is ...
  • Apple Bets on Mobile First with Actionable Notifications
    So, for some analysts the latest WWDC conference was a bit of a wash-out: no new hardware, no iWatch, no new Apple TV, no payment solution, no big iBeacon experiences. ...
  • Time to Move Mobile Payments Front & Center
    As marketers, we scratch our heads almost daily about how to define and build up that most intangible of brand assets - loyalty. Most brands have well-developed plans in CRM, ...
  • Musings on the Mobile Insider Summit
    I've always enjoyed working in mobile, but I've rarely enjoyed it as much as this week, when I had the pleasure of speaking at MediaPost's Mobile Insider Summit in Captiva ...
  • The Crystal Ball For Mobile In 2014
    A "soup" of screen sizes, Facebook and Google glomming a lot of the ad spend, m-payment confusion, and teens flocking to messaging apps all point to challenge and opportunity in ...
  • Future of Multichannel Retail Is Future of All Retail
    The statistics for Showrooming in physical retail are getting scary: 44% of shoppers frequently use mobile to research products while in retail, 49% compare prices on a competitor's site and ...