Google to Congress: We’re Not a Travel Monopoly

Google to Congress: We’re Not a Travel Monopoly

A Google exec argued that travelers begin their travel searches on specialist websites, and not with Google. Robert Scoble / Visualhunt



Skift Take: Travelers indeed shop all over the place when they are doing trip-planning. But to downplay Google's dominant role, as an exec did Tuesday, when travel brands are spending billions of dollars annually with the search engine-turned-travel-product operator, is disingenuous.

— Dennis Schaal

Read the Complete Story On Skift

http://travel.atspace.co.uk/google-to-congress-were-not-a-travel-monopoly/

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Lastminute.com Goes After TUI With Vacation Push

Texas Hold Em Poker Tips - How To Play Two Pairs And Draws

American teenagers suspected murder