October 22, 2009 - Lorna
A very practical application of twitter which drives sales is being offered by Inoqo allowing hotels to distribute their ‘distressed inventory’ ie rooms they have vacant for the coming night.
Twitter users can follow the stream for their chosen destination and request deals directly into their personal Twitter stream as they go live. The service is free to travellers and Inoqo generates revenues by charging hotels a commission for each booking made.
Enjoyed the Emoji wall @DesignMuseum exhibition California: Designing Freedom 😀 https://t.co/EAUoAxd0V9
John Glen to chair new look Tourism Industry Council @JohnGlenUK @attractionsmag https://t.co/9OtNDwzQi3
The end of the holiday postcard as Instagram WhatsApp and Facebook become the media for saying 'Wish you were here' https://t.co/9IsoooRBcC
We need to change narrative about job opportunities in tourism & culture. These stats show we've a way to go. Not t… https://t.co/7I6E2Bkaj2
Curated experiences - "Quickly Find the Hipster Neighborhoods in Any City With This Tool" https://t.co/w37gtCtKAT via @lifehacker
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