The Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (Immap) has unveiled plans to launch a “social-sharing web site” in a bid to lure in more tourists in the country. Immap Vice President Paul John Peña said the site will feature, among others, the most visited places in the country and feedback from tourists and locals.
Within the city, improving the “public realm” is a key demand of the tourism sector, said Robin Worsnop, chairman of the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group, Etag. Improving the Royal Mile is a priority, along with Waverley Bridge, the first sight of the city millions who arrive by train get. “There’s potential there to create a real wow factor, within the City of Edinburgh,” he said.
Starwood Hotels has a new Facebook contest to win a 5-night stay at any North American hotel up to category 6. Contest is open to residents of 50 US states, DC and Canada excluding Quebec who are 18 years or older.
Different types of companies in the travel industry, including airlines, hotels and car rental companies, often create Facebook pages because they hope to be able to sell their services to people using the social media website.
According to the third annual Access America Vacation Confidence Index recently released by Mondial Assistance USA, 6 in 10 travelers now factor in other traveler’s online reviews when deciding where to book a vacation.
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