The web is full of social travel sites, though one in particular that’s setting a high bar is Gogobot. As on other sites, you can read and write reviews of hotels, restaurants and other establishments.
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The Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN) recently unveiled its Restaurant Social Media Index for 2012, showcasing the top companies that have a strong presence on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
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Social media has helped make the hiring process and the job seeking process more manageable. These avenues also help narrow down employers and candidates to niches much more specific than if someone were to simply post a job opening on a generic job board.
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Trading Facebook shares and Tweets for donations, Supply Memories benefits a school supply drive for Communities In Schools of Central Texas, a nonprofit focused on dropout-prevention.
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Based in Los Angeles, Bungee America is the oldest bungy company in the United States. Departing from Azusa, adventurers hike 5 miles into the Angeles National Forest to the “Bridge to Nowhere.”
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Before Facebook and Twitter, families traveled based on limited resources. For adventurous people who love to explore, they took on the tasks of researching the destinations that might seem to fit their interests. They would also have to make sure all the accommodations were appropriate for their family, which usually resulted in a lot of phone calls and wishful thinking.
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