Over the course of the next few weeks, amongst some other big changes, you will start to see us covering more than just travel technology news on Tnooz.
It’s been described as "what would happen if Instagram and YouTube had a love child." Travelers have been using it large numbers.
After three years of reporting on almost 500 TLabs startups and chronicling every day the dizzying number of young companies that rock the digital travel economy… Tnooz decided to join the party.
Back in December last year we launched a competition to give away an exhibition stand at the annual Travel Technology Europe show in London.
It’s always nice to be recognised for doing A Good Thing by the very people we write about. After all, we like what we do and how we do it – and it is obviously something we take very seriously.
Tnooz has covered (often stirred) the various debates about the rise of bloggers as a force within the world of content in online travel.
It’s rare for an established media brand to out-maneuver its smaller digital-first rivals. But that’s what CNN did with its CNNGo.com brand, which has leapt ahead of rivals in social media popularity.