gtrot makes travel sharing social

Want to learn more about what’s next in Social? Check out Margaret Yekulis’s piece on Keeping Up With Social in NYC.

“Gtrot Around the Globe If you’re like me, nothing makes you more excited than an impending vacation. That’s why my ears immediately perked up upon hearing about Gtrot. You can add and share information about the upcoming trips you have planned and tag friends you’ll be traveling with. For example, I entered my upcoming trip in April to Liverpool, England and tagged my husband as well as a friend that lives in the Liverpool area. I’m also able to share a little about what we’re doing, and can post more information while we’re there. Friends can click on the link I’ve shared on Facebook to find Gtrot’s site and discover more information about my trip. They can also see what trips I’ve previously taken and any information I’ve shared about the cities I’ve been to. The information you share can be whatever you took from your experience, from neighborhoods not to miss to my holiday favorite, what the guidebooks don’t tell you!

Besides the social aspect of sharing your trips with your friends, and also finding out where your friends are going and what friends will be in the cities you’re traveling to, you can book your next trip as well. Yup, all of your travel sharing and booking needs in one spot. The flight and hotel search is powered by Kayak and works in the same fashion, taking you to an outside site to get the booking done. You can even go a step further and share your booked flights. I may be very into social sharing, but this part might be a step too far for a simple vacation! On the other hand, it could come in handy for that next business conference or event you’re traveling to. ”

via IT’s Happening .

About: Brittany:
I'm a travel addict working for, a travel company that makes travel more social. Say hello @gtrot or on Facebook

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