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Articles tagged “trivago”

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Skift Q&A: Trivago Co-Founder on Why It Doesn’t Really Need Expedia

Malte Siewert of Trivago has a mantra that's a characteristic of many successful companies: Test things out, yes, but make quick decisions and get things done. He's happy about the Expedia acquisition, but Trivago is apparently creating its own destiny.

Skift Q&A: Trivago Co-Founder on Why It Doesn’t Really Need Expedia

Online Travel

New Skift Report: What’s Coming Next for Travel Metasearch

Metasearch is the hottest thing in travel. Understand why, as well as what's coming next.

New Skift Report: What’s Coming Next for Travel Metasearch

Hotels

Expedia’s Trivago Unit To Follow the TripAdvisor Game Plan

By comparing Trivago to TripAdvisor, Expedia is really setting the bar very high. Industry insiders have a lot of respect for Trivago's accomplishments and management, and its performance in 2013 doesn't disappoint.

Media and PR

Does Expedia Have TripAdvisor Spinoff Remorse?

Expedia Inc. chairman Barry Diller specializes in acquiring companies, spinning them off to make a killing, and sometimes taking them back in. Is there a closer relationship in Expedia's and TripAdvisor's future? You never know.

Does Expedia Have TripAdvisor Spinoff Remorse?

Online Travel

Kayak Homepage Redesign Keeps Pace With its Biggest Rivals

Simpler homepages have been a trend over the last few years, and lately hotel-search sites have been catching up. Kayak, Google, and Trivago are among the sites that have streamlined their hotel-search widgets into one line in a bid to get less complicated and distracting.

Kayak Homepage Redesign Keeps Pace With its Biggest Rivals

Hotels

Search One and Done on Kayak? Not So Fast, Hotel Study says

The study show that even when hotels have best-rate guarantees there is a lot of price differentiation available, and you even have to check several hotel metasearch sites to find the best price. Sadly, Kayak's mantra of "Search One and Done," doesn't hold up, although searching for deals in Europe gave Trivago an edge.

Search One and Done on Kayak? Not So Fast, Hotel Study says

Online Travel

Priceline CEO: We won’t bias Kayak search results

A year from now, it will be interesting to see how much Priceline and Expedia alter their metasearch advertising in Kayak, TripAdvisor and Trivago.

Priceline CEO: We won’t bias Kayak search results

Online Travel

Kayak goes after rival Trivago in Germany with new vacation packages

Kayak has a tough road to displace home-grown Trivago in Germany, but with Priceline's backing and new product twists, Kayak should be able to make things interesting.

Kayak goes after rival Trivago in Germany with new vacation packages

Media and PR

Expedia to buy majority stake in European metasearch Trivago for $632 million

This is a great move by Expedia as Trivago is a leader across a wide swath of European countries, and this could make Kayak's quest for European expansion a bit more difficult.

Expedia to buy majority stake in European metasearch Trivago for $632 million

Hotels

Despite the crowded market, hotel search site Trivago readies U.S. push

If you haven't heard of Trivago yet, you will. The company is big in Europe, and would have to make some real noise at this relatively late stage to stand out in a crowded U.S. market.