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Building an online learning mall

From the beginning, business partner Becky McCray and I talked about developing not only our Tourism Currents course, but eventually an online “mall of services and products” tied to social media education for tourism-related organizations. Most would be ours, some … Continue reading

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Travel Post Friday: the Paris Coffee Shop

It’s the kind of unpretentious downtown diner where the owner pauses at the table of a longtime customer, and they commiserate about how their bum shoulders keep them from playing tennis as much as they’d like. The kind of place … Continue reading

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How to get links for your blog or website

Who is most likely to link to your content? Those who find it valuable, but especially other online publishers who know you, appreciate your work and want to help give you a boost. How do you get their attention and … Continue reading

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Help ALL visitors to your sites: BuzzVoice and video captioning

We are used to seeing handicapped parking spots and┬ácurb cuts, but how many of us think about the accessibility of the Internet – specifically travel and tourism Web sites – to those with disabilities? As I discussed in an earlier … Continue reading

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