SOCIAL MEDIA OVERVIEW FOR TRAVEL COMPANIES AND USERS

Andrew J. Wein -
Google has announced that the closure of the general public version of Google+ will be effective on April 2. The American giant was relying heavily on its social network Google+. But success has never...

AFTER SEVEN SUCCESSFUL YEARS, PORTUGAL TOURISM FALLS

Bill Alen -
For the first time since the 2011 crisis, Portugal announced that in the first ten months of the last year, it has had fewer tourists than in the first ten months of 2017. These are the first worrying...

THE RISE OF DENTAL TOURISM

Denise Chen -
As costs continue to rise for dental care in the developed world, more people are either foregoing essential dental treatment, or looking at more affordable alternatives, like dental tourism, for gett...

BOLSONARO EFFECT: ARGENTINA EXPECTED TO ATTRACT BRAZIL’S GAY TOURISM

Nils Kraus -
The LGBT tourism sector in Brazil stays alert after the newly elected president’s homophobic remarks. Jair Messias Bolsonaro is assuming the office on the 1st January, however even now Argentina expec...

HYATT: HOTEL CHAIN LEAVING GIANT OTA’S?

Michael Trout -
One of the world’s largest hotel chains is fighting its online booking platforms (OTA). Hyatt is threatening Expedia and its partner portals that its hotels will leave the booking websites. ...
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