Despite lacking a marketing strategy, many travel brands are popular on the social scrapbooking site.
Nobody particularly likes a deadpool story, but sometimes there are lessons to be learned to help out others in a sector seemingly trying to do that same thing.
Much shedding of collective tears from other startups a few months ago when travel inspiration site Joobili announced it was closing its doors after almost four years in business.
Google is making search more local and social by adding a Local tab to Google+ and also integrating information from your social networking friends plus Zagat restaurant and hotel reviews across Google Search, Google Maps and mobile.
In the year following the PhoCusWright report titled When They Get There & Why They Go, I’ve seen an explosion of interest and apparent innovation in the tour and activity space.
RAVN, a marketplace place for experiences which captured the imagination of the tech press in the US, is to close at the end of this month.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Poland-based PlaceKnow, a new platform which uses images and community to promote destinations.
Remember Joobili, the travel inspiration startup from Europe which had a nifty user interface and the financial backing of high profile tech investor Esther Dyson?