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The State of Metasearch in 2018

Last week, we had the privilege of attending the Direct Booking Summit in Dallas. Nicholas Ward, President and Co-founder of Koddi, moderated the panel discussion on metasearch alongside an esteemed panel of experts including Jay Hubbs, Senior Vice President of eCommerce at Remington Hotels; Adrian Hands, Senior Director Key Accounts […]

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What You Need to Know About Facilitated Bookings

When looking at how to improve a metasearch campaign, there are a good number of levers at our disposal regarding bidding. However, there are also a lot of additional, time-consuming factors–such as whether or not a landing page is optimized across device types to help guide customers through the booking […]

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Opportunities on Kayak Mobile

Kayak launched a new mobile experience a couple of months ago that allows its users to view a wider array of advertisers when searching on mobile. User Interface Updates Previously, when a user would click on a hotel, the resulting hotel page would display only one advertiser above the “More” […]

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Top 5 Tips for Landing Page Optimization

When it comes to online advertising, there are many different ways to attract new customers. Strategic choices such as different brand logos, promotional callouts, and new messaging can be the difference between a new customer and a lost click. But what happens once a customer clicks through your ad? According to a study, […]

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Maintaining Efficiency in a Dynamic Mobile Environment

The Year of Mobile… Again 2017 is on track to see more than triple the amount of metasearch traffic compared to three years ago. To date, mobile devices make up roughly 40% of metasearch traffic, but this number has considerable growth potential. Mobile traffic is trending 25-30% higher in a […]

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Refining the Mobile Hotel Ads Experience

In previous months and years, we’ve shared how Google Hotel Ads mobile traffic has gone from almost nonexistent, to fast growing, to competing with desktop. We’ve shared that for some of our clients, we’re driving more mobile bookings than desktop bookings. In meetings and QBRs, we can’t shout loud enough about how critical mobile is to creating beats on 2015 and 2016 revenue numbers.

At the risk of being redundant, we want to be perfectly clear: you can’t afford to ignore mobile.

And here’s yet another example of why this is true. Check out how refined Google’s mobile hotel search experience has become…

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