Here comes the antidote to all those friends requests that you might not really want to accept sometimes, New Facebook Apps That Explore Dark Side of Relationships let you start an enemy list. How about that for making a statement of being less than in a social mood sometimes and keep certain people at arms […]
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was my immediate reaction reading that the VisitBritain chief calls for more government funding. This seems to be the only constant in the life of any DMO – both effective and less so. When a high level private sector executive of the caliber of Christopher Rodrigues has to appeal to government for adequate funding to […]
The Impact of Online Social Networks on Hotel Search and Referral Behavior is the name of a questionnaire that has been sent to me by Julia Kristina Holzgreve a student at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. I’m asking any readers to complete it if you have a minute.
iMedia Connection reports and I couldn’t agree more. This is not the first time the travel industry is leading in the adoption of web based innovation. Let’s remember that travel was the leading category in the first wave of the web and remains the largest vertical online today. The social aspect of web 2.0 is […]
with this opinion Shock: Second Life is all hype says study and it’s clear why when looking at the very low usage figures mentioned in this Yankee Group report. It looks like not everything that appears on the web scene is necessarily a runaway hit like Facebook might well be.
is the title of this article in the ATME Event Review by James Shillinglaw of ModernAgent.com. It talks about the initiatives of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) under the leadership of its Secretary General, Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace. I met him many years ago when he was head of the Bahamas DMO and found him to be […]