The tragedy in Boston has left many speechless, queasy and simply out-of-sorts with their place in the world – including some on social media.
An authoritative survey finds that Americans are taking breaks from it, and young people are spending less time on the site.
Tips from Facebook’s travel lead in Europe’s DACH region and marketers from major travel companies that have seen high conversion rates from social marketing.
Whawhee has perhaps one of the more creatively named startups, evoking a bit of Web 2.0 cuteness and that ephemeral rush of new experiences and connections promised by the new service.
The industry response to mounting privacy concerns surrounding online advertising, cookies and personal behavior has been self-regulation – but what happens when the number 1 purveyor of display ads on the Internet doesn’t play along?
A new startup called LobbyFriend is aiming to make a spontaneous social atmosphere de facto for hotels around the world through a hotel-specific “temporary social network.”
3BaysOver aims to unify the travel industry by reducing complexity, increasing connections and nurturing relationships through an online platform dedicated to the travel trade.
Gen Y workers are by definition online, mobile and demanding. So, whatâ€™s the problem â€“ a dynamic, flexible and tech savvy workforce has got to be a good thing, hasnâ€™t it?
Youth travel specialist STA has joined forces with social network Gap Daemon in a deal designed to help both companies tap into the gap travel market.