Tips from friends are still among the best types of travel advice, and it’s simple enough to post a question on Facebook or Twitter asking for suggestions on, say, a quiet bistro in Paris. But there’s no guarantee your savviest friends will even see the post.
This social media 101 roundup brings together a broad selection of players, from social sharing sites on the verge of a pivot to deal services just getting started.
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When a Meditation App Becomes a Billion-Dollar Business
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