If you are Airbnb, Expedia, TripAdvisor and Groupon — big names in travel tech — you are going to have to take your lumps sometimes because your brand is exposed in a major way and consumers and blogger/journalists love to take their shots at the big guys or girls.
This is the 6,000th article in Tnooz – not bad going, we think, for a reasonably small editorial team that has only been on the scene for just over two and a half years.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring UK and South Africa-based bigFIG, an agency for publishing interactive travel magazines and mobile app development.
It’s a decision we at Tnooz confront literally every day — when to write about a just-published travel app and when to take a pass on it.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring UK-based Travesse, a new flash sale hotel accommodation site.
One of the quirkier new travel sites to appear on the web in recent months – Hotel Haiku, where visitors get hotel property descriptions in, well, Haiku.
BootsnAll is the latest in a growing number of travel content sites attempting to find ways to reward hard-up or aspiring travel writers around the world.
Travel Rants editor Darren Cronian has switched from once being a thorn in the side of the travel industry to launching his own hyperlocal content product for tourists.
The Curse of Tnooz strikes? Within days of Earth.org being featured here the site’s backers have stunned their community of writers and users and suddenly announced operations are over.