Google Plus doesn't like David Books' name. And now it's stopped listening to his requests for a social media account. Is there anything he can do to get the company's attention?
It's true, social media fatigue is starting to set in across the Internet.
You're surrounded by fakes. The clothes you wear could be fake. The money you use? Not real, maybe. Even your "friends" on social media are sometimes fake. What's a consumer to do?
You're missing a key ingredient to your super-successful travel blog: your audience.
Don’t have a tantrum.
Before he downloaded an iPhone app called Cyclemeter two months ago, Donald McNeill had only a vague idea of where he’d skied on any given day. But after he hit the slopes of Killington, Vt., for a few early-season runs last weekend, he knew exactly where he’d been — right down to the minute.
Mary Gallagher recently received an e-mail from the Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau offering “hot deals.” But there was a catch: In order to receive them, she had to follow Tucson’s tourist authority on Twitter and friend it on Facebook.