Training insights by Cynthia Ord, travel consultant and marketing specialist, instructor for the Online Certificate Program in Sustainable Community Development by Village Earth and Colorado State University.
Tips on using social media for professional networking. To make the most of social media as a marketing tool for your business, don't overlook the power of people both within and outside your organization.
Social media engagement tip: posting something in the form of a question is a good way to invite your fans and followers to be part of the conversation and to share their opinions and ideas. Good examples of Facebook page posts that ask questions as a fun, attention-grabbing way to start engaging conversations.
Irene Lane, Founder of Greenloons.com, a leading online resource on certified ecotourism experiences around the world, shares professional and business insights. Part of TrainingAid interview series on inspiring role models for professional women.
Hosting a Twitter chat is easy and free, and thus can be a great budget-friendly way to bring people together around a topic you're an expert in, or a topic you want to learn more about. Examples of what you can do to promote your Twitter chat, before and after the event.
Celebrated annually on April 22, Earth Day is a great "teachable moment" to promote environmental awareness. To celebrate Earth Day and to share inspirations for environmental actions, here are some sites on sustainability solutions and eco-innovations.
Wild Asia's annual Responsible Tourism Awards recognises sustainable tourism best practices and inspirational examples of businesses and initiatives based in South or South East Asia.
Wild Asia's Responsible Tourism Awards is an annual tourism award program specifically focused on sustainable tourism best practices. It aims to recognize those who are making a positive difference in their destinations and communities through responsible business and sustainable management practices.
Carole Favre, Owner and Founder of Small Matters, shares her insights into the why and how of training and skills development for tourism entrepreneurs, particularly small businesses and destinations who work with them.
Done well, introductions of professional contacts can be a great gift with lasting impact benefiting both the connector and those who receive the gift of an introduction.