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A new community designed to help tourism operators grow their business. Tourism Tribe aims to help operators swap tips on marketing and distribution
A new community designed to help tourism operators grow their business.

Even though 85% of travelers use their smartphones while on holiday and many sites are seeing upwards of 50% of their web …


After years of constant criticism for not offering sufficient granular controls for managing privacy, the world’s largest social network is finally delivering …


Hallways is a social network geared towards connecting backpackers staying in hostels. By connecting these travelers with a specific style of travel, …


Who remembers Dopplr, the Finnish and London-born social network bought by Nokia in 2009? The company launched in beta in 2007 amid …

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When you travel to destinations across the world, why to pay for your hotel stay when you can stay for free?


Entrepreneurs dream of sell their company for millions of dollars. But a nasty secret of venture capital is that the dream can be dashed as the venture capitalists make millions in a sale, leaving the founders with nothing.


Travel companies are finally getting their heads round the fact that Facebook can be a goldmine of information about consumer habits and the things they like doing on a trip.


It’s not just the youngsters, adults have given into the social media temptation and have signed up for Facebook and created Twitter accounts.


Listening to various panels at a recent event, I noticed many expressed a “wait and see” attitude about social media. Perhaps this reflects the reality that social media is still in its infancy.


As consumer browsing of online reviews to help select hotels has increased over the years, so have issues around trust, reliability and the age-old question of whether user generated content is genuine.


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