NB: This is a viewpoint from Pedro Colaco, president and CEO of GuestCentric. The vast majority of hoteliers agrees that even though …
Like any new feature rollout, Facebook’s Timeline has become a creative showcase for individuals and brands.
Pinterest was one of the star social networks of 2012. Countless articles and reviews and paeans were written about it and, notably, unlike Google Plus, it never received much criticism.
We’ve seen heatmaps, cue the world’s tourism hotspots based on Panoramio photos from Estonia-based Bluemoon Interactive, and some are pretty cool
Travel technology company Comtec has developed a visual search interface to help provide inspiration for consumers and tailor holidays more effectively
One question I am often asked by hotel emarketers: “Do we really need so much visual content to sell our hotel rooms?”
Stories of travel startups which have shut shop after a year or others which change direction after an initial push are numerous but not that many change name six months after launch
Picture search is becoming so popular that even academics are seeing how they can establish and run a travel startup – in this case, PixMeAway – to target the trend.
Pinterest launched quietly into the world of social networking in 2010, but then made one hell of a thud a year or so later – with obvious ramifications for travel.
This year in social media, imagery – photos and videos – have become one of the most important ways in which brands, in any industry, can communicate with their audiences.