Tag Archives: OTA’s and rate parity

Monopolies are Made and Unmade

This is an unmissable read for all hoteliers with serious aspirations to regain, and be in control of their own destiny! Monopolies Are Made And Unmade By Georges Panayotis

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Increase Direct Bookings and Keep Your OTA Happy? Yes, It’s Possible

This is a guest post by Ashley Verrill  Hotel operators were thrilled when OTAs like Priceline, Orbitz and Hotels.com first emerged in the hotel industry. These online companies helped fill vacant rooms and brought in extra revenue that hotel operators otherwise … Continue reading

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A call for a commission-free day

A call for a commission-free day, a great article by Larry Mogelonsky we just had to reproduce All properties rely (to varying degrees) on online travel agencies for leisure bookings. And for most, it is a love-hate relationship; everyone appreciates the … Continue reading

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Rate parity – or not

Elsewhere I have posted my thoughts on rate parity. Those of you who know me know that it is one of my pet hates. You will also know that I detest some of the rate shopping tactics and related attitudes … Continue reading

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