We see the use of Twitter moving beyond sharing personal news and overt marketing messages. TVP is providing ongoing, editorial-quality timely travel alerts, news and information linked to blog and video content.
Boston (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
Travel Video PostCard (TVP) continues to solidify its position as the Internet's leading one-minute, sound-rich travel video content.
TVP currently enjoys unusual SEO results that allow its productions to place at or near the top in most travel-related YouTube searches. A search for "Inns" for example, places two of TVP one-minute, sound-rich Travel PostCard #2 and #4 out of 55,500 related entries on "inns."
TVP is also showing significant growth on major travel web sites, especially industry leader, Travel Weekly, where views of Travel Video PostCard content have doubled in the last month. And Blogs on perennial top-performing Family Travel Forum's web site are now running into the thousands across a spectrum of timely, relevant travel news and content. Industry powerhouse, Kayak, also prominently carries Travel Video PostCard on its YouTube page.
Leading travel or destination agencies and travel media including The Travel Channel, German Tourism Board, Baden Baden and Convention and Visitors Bureaus (CVBs) across the country are following TVP on Twitter and subscribing to Travel Video PostCard feeds.
Kaleel Sakakeeny says he is trying to reposition Twitter's function, the popular mini-blogging site. "We see the use of Twitter moving beyond sharing personal news and overt marketing messages. TVP is providing ongoing, editorial-quality timely travel alerts, news and information linked to blog and video content." Sakakeeny continued.
John Samellas, TVP Co-Founder and Sakakeeny's partner, noted that these additional services amplify the impact of Travel Video PostCard. "Adding these services is a natural evolution of the social networking phenomena we're created through our YouTube channel," Samellas added.
"Tweets by TVP lead back to editorial-quality videos and blogs, providing credible journalistic digital content," Sakakeeny concluded.