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Check Out the Blogs of GWSB Students

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Duquès Hall

GWSB students in a Tourism Information Management Systems course, taught by Stuart Levy, assistant professor in the Department of Tourism & Hospitality Management, have been busy developing and promoting their own blogs using utilizing SEO (search engine optimization), email newsletters, link campaigns and social media tactics.  Website analytics are used to track the success of their online marketing efforts.  Help students with their promotional efforts by visiting their blogs below, commenting on their posts and sharing the blogs you like with friends.

http://adouting.blogspot.com/

Ad Outing: Discover, share, and enjoy all advertisements about travel, destinations, festivals and everything funny.

http://www.allairmiles.blogspot.com/

All Air Miles & Points: Did you know that the number of unredeemed air miles is more than the total number of US bills in circulation?  This blog is designed to help you maximize your air miles and points.

http://arlingtonbrunchclub.blogspot.com/

Arlington Brunch Club: A blog about finding brunch in Arlington, Virginia.  This includes prices, food reviews, drink specials and atmosphere of the restaurant.

http://asianfoodindc.blogspot.com/

Asian Cuisine in Washington DC: This blog gives readers an inside look on some of the DC area’s best Asian restaurants — ranging from small, authentic restaurants to sophisticated, upscale restaurants.

http://www.crapitalhospitality.blogspot.com/

Crapital Hospitality: Fake news is better than real news. Enjoy the absurd DC hospitality stories!

http://www.crumbycritic.com/

Crumby Critic: One girl’s search for the best chocolate chip cookie.

http://dceatscheap.blogspot.com/

DC Eats Cheap: An everyday guide for inexpensive dining in Washington, DC.

http://dchappyhours.blogspot.com/

DC Happy Hour Reviews: Interested in finding out about some of Washington D.C.’s best and worst happy hours?

http://dcmovielocations.blogspot.com/

DC Movie Locations: Reveals the most recent movie locations with pictures and videos (e.g. Transformers, Salt, 2012) in Washington, DC.

http://dcrachevents.blogspot.com/

DC RachEvents: DC’s best exciting events and activities.

http://dessertindc.blogspot.com/

Dessert in DC: A dessert tasting blog.  Starting our dessert tasting journey in and around the DC area.

http://www.electronicdanceorchestra.blogspot.com/

Electronic Dance Orchestra: Source for DJs, electronic music and events in the D.C. area.

http://europrobasketinsider.blogspot.com/

European Pro Basketball Insider: European basketball pro game and life around it from an 11-year pro player perspective: real-life stories, comical situations, challenges, coaches and agents, travel, lifestyle and fans.

http://itc-cynthia.blogspot.com/

Incentive Travel in China: Want to give your employees the best incentives?  This blog features ten tailor-made group incentive travel packages in China.

http://latindancingdc.blogspot.com/

Latin Dancing DC: Check out the reviews of the hottest Latin dancing venues in the area.

http://mobiledestinations.blogspot.com/

Mobile Destinations: Mobile technology insights for tourism destination marketers.

http://thewaitingintern.blogspot.com

The Waiting Intern: What a restaurant looks like from the inside out; one intern shares her experiences, as she goes from waiting tables to learning how to manage a restaurant.

http://weddings-decor.blogspot.com/

Wedding Décor: Here you will find the latest and hottest theme wedding décor.

 

Posted by gwsb on April 7, 2011 | Filed under: GWSB News.


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