Serial Entrepreneur, CEO of Deets.com - a new travel platform, brainchild of Paul English (Kayak.com)
I am passionate about audience growth and monetization.
To meet amazing creators, influencers and potential partners. Everyone on the TM platform should be on Deets!
Even last year, I didn't consider artificial intelligence (AI) a threat to a travel journalist. Artificial intelligence applications seemed clumsy, and open-source language models primarily silly. I have made an effort to research and follow the development. Although I see a lot of opportunities, I also see threats that the price of billable work will collapse either directly when artificial intelligence replaces a human as a writer or when artificial intelligence makes it possible for people who previously could not write publishable articles. Have you noticed that the number of articles produced directly with artificial intelligence has increased? Or that there has been a significant decrease in writing fees? An example of an artificial intelligence (AI) application that already creates publishable articles for some uses is, for instance, Surfer. What worries me the most is the pace of development. When the content it writes is already so good, how good will it be next year? I...
Hi there. I am Caroline (Founder of Map Your City), we are regularly publishing some articles and interviews around destination marketing - since our platform empowers destination marketers. 👉 We would be delighted to hear about some memorable success story or campaign from your experience that highlights the power of effective destination marketing?
I see that a lot of bloggers, in their bios, write things like "My goal is to inspire people to travel." It makes me wonder: is that really what we should do? Do we really want more people to travel, given all of the climate and sustainability consequences that can arise from travel? Or should we be encouraging people to travel better rather than more? And if so, how?