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FACEBOOK Good News More Read Than Bad News

Category: Tourism, Posted:23 May 2010 | 06:00 am

For those of us in Thailand as of recent times finding good news has continued to be a daily struggle. A recent media survey by HubSpot concluded that positive news is shared though Facebook more than negative news by 30%.
Further boosting of popularity included “sexual content” (no surprise there), “how to pieces” (combine this with the former and you have a double whammy), or use headlines with the words “how” or “why.”
For hotels, and tourism establishments tapping into social networking, looking at fundamentals could help spell greater sharing of promotion's by following a few tips on market research.

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UWC Phuket Enters International School Property Market

Category: Real estate, Posted:20 Sep 2022 | 08:46 am One of Phuket’s leading international schools UWC has entered into a development deal for integrated living. The school has subdivided a portion of its land adjacent to the campus and will have properties built by a Phuket real estate group TYSSEN VIP Development. Branded as the Campus Villas, the 44-unit gated estate offers four types […]
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Noku Hotels Open Fourth Hotel, This Time It’s Phuket

Category: Hotels, Posted:10 Sep 2022 | 21:07 pm Boutique hotel group Noku has opened its fourth property, with Phuket as its latest destination. The Noku Phuket features 91 villas and lofts, overlooking Chalong Bay. Its sustainable design has earned it a Green Mark Gold Award. The group also operates properties in Maldives, Kyoto, and Osaka. Noku Hotels was founded by  Chris Teo of […]
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Radisson Re-Enters Phuket Hotel Market

Category: Hotels|Real estate, Posted:10 Sep 2022 | 13:49 pm Global brand Radisson has returned to Phuket with a 179-key property in Kamala, owned by the Destination Group. The Radisson Resort and Suites Phuket is a conversion of the former Swissotel, which had been managed by ACCOR. It is an all-suite property with one, two and three bedroom units. Nearby the hotel, the large-scale tourism […]
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