We're a little tired of picture-perfect destinations that now bank everything on tourism (cough, Charleston, cough), which is why we like this pick from LP.
The more magazines, the merrier. Let's hope LP moves further in the next issue to add its own distinctive take to the medium.
We are pretty sure that low-cost carriers are, in most cases, more comfortable than driving a van across Asia in the 1970s. But it takes someone as perpetually optimistic as Tony Wheeler to find the bright spots in otherwise sub-par service.
It continues to be surprising that so few travel publishers help readers discover a destination through its food.
Singapore was an interesting choice to begin with.
We don't know how successful LP will be with its ambitions for the magazine, but we do know that they'll be more successful by focusing on the brand's expertise and its readers' willingness to travel than low prices and budget bets.
Being transparent about performance metrics on both organic and paid videos should be a given.
Publishers control how many push notifications they can send, but they can't control how many publishers users subscribe to. Over-subscription will make push notifications less effective and annoying.
Candy cane themed visuals were overshadowed by listicles about winter and beach destinations.
What's a tweet worth? When it's tied to a prize it's worth a bit more.