Trip Advisor is a site I visit when I am getting ready to travel. I can look up hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, attractions, and all the others things that I need and want to know when I visit a new place. Trip Advisor is a collection of human voices. Mine, yours, your sisters, your neighbors – real people who have visited and are eager to share their good experience or their not so good ones.
You can use it to review a place before you go and if you choose, you can recommend one after you’ve been.
It’s like having an army of researchers coming back with real life examples.
I use it and in turn, I leave recommendations for others as well.
If you’ve never used it – check out some local establishments in your area and decide if you agree or disagree with the recommendations.
I’d love to know what you think of it.
- Ratings and Reviews Are Key to Luring Tourists (blogs.constantcontact.com)
- TripAdvisor’s up-and-coming destination list (usatoday.com)
- Trip Advisor: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly? (gotmyreservations.wordpress.com)