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Travel startups: Stop trying to be sexy

Travel startups: Stop trying to be sexy | Travel Articles | Scoop.it
If there's one thing travel startups like, it's sexiness. Not the raunchy kind, but something that sets them apart from the status quo and has some kind of wow factor. Or at least that's the aim.
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How Local Search Will Evolve in 2013 [6 Predictions]

How Local Search Will Evolve in 2013 [6 Predictions] | Travel Articles | Scoop.it
6 predictions about the future of local search in 2013, from SEOmoz's Director of Local Search Strategy David Mihm.

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Wikipedia parent to launch travel guide with Wikitravel rebels

Wikipedia parent to launch travel guide with Wikitravel rebels | Travel Articles | Scoop.it
A Wikipedia-like wiki travel guide could be a tremendous, free resource for information-hungry travelers. The current efforts have been starved for resources.
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Great bit: "Imagine a free TripAdvisor focused on travel destinations, where masses of travelers could update information during or after their hotel stay, tour or private meanderings around town, and share it with the world under the supervision of seasoned administrators."

 
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Social media is dead – airline marketing in 2013 all about connected travellers and the real world

Social media is dead – airline marketing in 2013 all about connected travellers and the real world | Travel Articles | Scoop.it
Let’s face it - social media is dead. There are over 200 airlines on Twitter today, for example, and the space is cluttered.
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Budget Traveller Trends in 2012-2013

Budget Traveller Trends in 2012-2013 | Travel Articles | Scoop.it
Infographics on World's best Budget traveller trends for 2012 and 2013 with best hotels and wifi access for social media and playing games in travel industry

 

Over the past year there has been huge growth in bookings for destinations in Asia including Hanoi, Manilla, Tokyo and Penang, all of which have been named amongst the most popular places to visit in 2013.

 

This infographics also shows which destinations are the best for Wi-Fi across the globe. This is extremely useful if you’re one of those savvy travellers who need a connection to the worldwide web while on travel.

 

More information is provided for those looking to travel on a budget as this infographics shows how long you could last on £100 in some of the top destinations, or in some that are of most value for money. So if you’re looking to travel, for adventure, or something to spark your travel imagination, then this is the perfect infographic for your 2013!


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