Tag Archives: crowdsourcing

Greetings to all paying attention to #COP21

Greetings to all those paying attention to the Climate Change Conference #COP21. We’re asking how well the conference connects with remote participants and we want to know what’s taking place and what’s making news. This is a call for public … Continue reading

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Weaving the Web (Tejiendo el web): Luis Lazo Mendoza, Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca

Translating: Can tourism promotion be crowdsourced? My view: tourism promotion is catalyzed by the ever curious crowd. Marketing geniuses and tourism officials know something has changed. The source for our tips come from good friends AND passionate if not highly opinionated strangers, … Continue reading

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Getting the Hang of the Wednesday Hangout

Wednesday Hangouts continue on Google+. We see this as a way to connect with friends passionate about local travel, responsible tourism, ecotourism and the blossoming field of conscious travel. If you missed this morning’s chat, here’s the recording of our Local Travel … Continue reading

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