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Looking into a Twitter Wayback Machine

Of all the social media tool and channel options that bombard us daily, the most indispensable, cannot-live-without ones for me are my blogs….and Twitter. My good friend (since 1978!) and tech mentor Dwight Silverman, editor at the Houston Chronicle and … Continue reading

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How to start and run a Twitter chat

In today’s world of free, easy-to-use networking tools with worldwide reach, associations and other fee-based groups (like a member-based DMO) must prove their value over and over to those who pay membership dues. I was acutely conscious of this when … Continue reading

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How Twitter can keep you on top of tourism and tech trends

It can be difficult to keep up with current trends in tourism, hospitality, travel and technology….unless, of course, sleep is optional for you. For the rest of us mere mortals, fast-paced Twitter chats are invaluable.  They are some of THE … Continue reading

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You fall behind by not keeping up

How do you keep up (or even better, stay ahead) in a fast-moving environment? You pay attention to the important things, while everyone else gets sucked into a noise vortex and wastes time on the unimportant. BusinessWeek had a cover … Continue reading

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Why a CVB should be on Twitter

In 60 seconds, Beth Conway from the St. Joseph, Missouri CVB – @StJoMo on Twitter – explains why Twitter is NOT about what she had for lunch…. (Here’s the direct link to Beth’s video on YouTube, and here’s the Tourism … Continue reading

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