Articles tagged “trivago”

Online Travel

Google and Trivago Are Still Selling Ads for Russia Hotels

Google Travel turned off Russia advertisers, but is still getting a limited amount of advertising for Russia travel from ad partners outside Russia. In contrast, Skyscanner and Kayak don't display any information about Russia travel.

Google and Trivago Are Still Selling Ads for Russia Hotels

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: Trivago’s Edge Over Google

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, February 10, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Trivago’s Edge Over Google

Online Travel

Trivago Looks to Take Share From Google If Regulators Step In

Trivago's expectation that it could benefit from the EU chomping down on Google Travel during 2022 is very much an open question. Beyond the fines levied and outside of travel, Google has managed to maneuver its way around regulatory crackdowns to a large degree.

Trivago Looks to Take Share From Google If Regulators Step In

Online Travel

Podcast: Trivago CEO on Travel’s Fascinating Future

Listen now to a conversation with Trivago CEO Axel Hefer at Skift Global Forum in September 2021 in New York City.

Podcast: Trivago CEO on Travel’s Fascinating Future

Online Travel

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Trip.com Group, Airbnb, and other online travel agencies have all made commitments to up their travel inspiration games. Pandemic uncertainties and anxieties will bolster their efforts.

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Online Travel

Amazon Ads Wants to Help Travel Outfits by Sharing Its Customers’ Buying Habits

It's not just all about Amazon Web Services anymore when Amazon reaches out to travel industry customers. It is still early days but Amazon Ads may one day crimp travel brands' spending on Google and Facebook.

Amazon Ads Wants to Help Travel Outfits by Sharing Its Customers’ Buying Habits

Online Travel

What Will Tripadvisor Look for In Its Next CEO?

If the revamped Tripadvisor Plus turns out to be a flop — and it very well could be — don't put all of the blame on CEO Steve Kaufer. The board of the Liberty Tripadvisor-controlled company went along with the plan, despite obvious rate parity issues, every step of the way. Kaufer's successor will inherit the challenges.

What Will Tripadvisor Look for In Its Next CEO?

Online Travel

Trivago Sees the Travel Market Returning to Mostly ‘Normal’ Starting Mid-2022

With the exception of business travel, Trivago officials argued that travel will be back to a semblance of normalcy by next spring or summer. That would be great for Trivago, but none of that is assured.

Trivago Sees the Travel Market Returning to Mostly ‘Normal’ Starting Mid-2022

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Bets on New Business Class Suites and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Hawaiian Airlines bets a new business class cabin will attract leisure travelers, the UK is increasing taxes on long-haul flights, and Hilton gets an enormous boost from strong business travel numbers.

Hawaiian Airlines Bets on New Business Class Suites and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Online Travel

Trivago and China’s Huawei Partner for Smartphone Company’s Paid Search

The Trivago-Huawei deal is one of several Trivago is piloting where it provides backend services to business partners. These could develop one day into a material revenue stream for the German company.

Trivago and China’s Huawei Partner for Smartphone Company’s Paid Search