Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Travel’
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IBM teamed up with Column Five to create an infographical look at the life of the connected commuter.
IBM’s Social Sentiment Index, which aggregates public opinion from Twitter, blogs, message forums, and other social media channels, reveals that 67% of commuters generate social media buzz about their trip to or from work.
Christmas time is very nearly upon us, and Twitter is getting excited. Folks are tweeting away about their plans to visit loved ones or, in some cases, get some of that much-needed winter sun, but how exactly do they plan to get there?
Twitter is already well-known as a useful tool for travelers, as it lets you search for real-time updates and information about your destination. If you’re both an avid traveler and an avid tweeter, you’ll love using Twaller, a service that makes it easy to see what the Twitterverse is saying about your next travel destination.