Developing A Twitter Page for Niche Tourism

Its official. After working though the basics of Twitter, we are beginning to see the real value of having an account for a Niche Tourism Product.

Here is what our Friday morning class thinks the Top five reasons to be on Twitter are:

1) It is an excellent source of news specific to the Niche Tourism Product. It helps with ideas and potential Blog Topics.

2) It connects you with Travel Industry leaders and Trend setters

3) It instantly connects you with people that are thinking the same way you are. Its like a meeting of minds. It lets you access information on the go, being connect using your mobile phone.

4) It lets you filter out what you do and don’t want to learn about. It helps guide your learning.

5) You can see what the industry is doing and be a source of current, real time news for your clients.

Published by Victoria

I am Victoria Renton. Professor at Sheridan College, Pilon School of Business. I am a Tourism Marketing specialist with extensive international sales, major airline negotiations and tourism development expertise. I started blogging when I went to Europe with kids in July 2010 as a way of sharing my adventures with friends back home. As a Digital Marketing Professor, I like to try new technologies with students and stay current with Social Media Trends and this Blog has been a great home base for that. It is a place that I share my travels, ideas, success and failures. I am glad you stopped by.

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