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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

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I understand what are you trying to implement. I am glad you have expressed your own idea and view point about this topic. :)

It is a nice option to purchase stuff on social networking sites but i think that it is secure or not.

I like the ideas, creative yet pragmatic. Generally speaking, Facebook credits and virtual goods/currency are relevant tools to incentivize guests to talk about your hotel or your company.

Question though: should tweets and referral be considered as "sponsored conversation" and disclaimed as such? I would say so.

Is there a business model there: virtual rewards for fair, non anonymous and certified hotel reviews? Who are the players in that field?

Thank you for interesting post. I think Facebook credits have really great potential. Only question for me is money. It is easy to buy and reward, but how to measure better this investment in terms of feedback.

Br,
Eugene Mischenuk

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