It’s a form of celebrity endorsement. Celebrity chefs create signature dishes and menus for airlines and cruise lines. Celebrity designers create whole hotels. So shouldn’t our celebrity travel bloggers be creating travel experiences and tours?
Take a look at the blog sector that always leads us in terms of innovative business models, monetization and industry relations – Fashion.
The popular notion that the Internet has turned the world into an ever-shrinking ‘global village’ appears to be born out by some research from Facebook.
The ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, first proposed in a 1929 short story called ‘Chain Links’ by Hungarian author Frigyes Karinthy, holds that any two people are socially connected by an average of five intermediaries. It was John Guare’s play in 1990 and subsequent movie that brought the concept to the attention of the public Continue Reading
This week sees another blog trip heading to Sweden.
On Friday four bloggers and a print magazine journalist will head to the region of Skåne in southern Sweden. Their 2-night fam trip is being hosted by Visit Sweden and the regional tourist office of Skåne. Its purpose is to bring this largely unknown region, which has just been made more accessible by a new Ryanair service from London Stansted to Malmo, to the attention of the Continue Reading
There’s a double warning for travel bloggers concerning the explosive growth of malware on Android devices.
Security firm, Juniper Networks reports a 472% increase in Android malware samples since July 2011, and they’ve produced an infographic that spells out the danger.
The problem is that anyone can develop and publish an application to the Android Market. According to Juniper hackers are developing all sorts of nasty surprises for un-suspecting users by gaining root access on the device and Continue Reading