Vloggi for tourism - Crowdsourced video for destination marketing

Posted by Justin Wastnage on Aug 7, 2019 1:41:51 PM

Feed the social media beast with snackable content

Easily crowdsource video content for travel and tourism

 

Crowdsourced video is perfect for destination marketing

Vloggi is the easiest way to build your video content library quickly and easily

 

Why use Vloggi?

Get fans to tell your story

User-generated content is trusted seven times more than branded content. Vloggi allows anyone with a smartphone to deliver short video reviews.

Female vlogger taking stock footage

 

Build your video library

The travel industry needs around four million videos clips over the next three years. Vloggi enables you to fill your video library quickly.

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Reward content creators

All content created using Vloggi can be licensed, allowing you to reward your ambassadors, visitors or staff if they create content for you

Vloggers cheering on beach

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Topics: app, destination, destination marketing, guide, how to, How to use Vloggi, marketing, tourism, travel, video blogging, vloggi, vlogging

How to create a video diary as you travel with no editing tools

Posted by Justin Wastnage on Aug 7, 2019 1:33:42 PM

Our motto at Vloggi is:

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Topics: app, earn, how to, How to use Vloggi, make money, marketing, tourism, travel, travel writing, video blogging, vloggi, vlogging

How to embed video from Vloggi into your Wordpress blog site

Posted by Craig Sequeira on Jul 31, 2019 2:44:53 PM

Embed Vloggis into your blog site

Simply copy and paste the code

People all over the world are using Vloggi, the world's simplest video blog platform, to capture 10-second micro-video blogs of their lives and travel.

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Topics: tourism, travel, video blogging, vloggi

5 reasons why tourism boards need video blogs

Posted by The Writing Prodigy on Jul 31, 2019 11:12:09 AM

By Asma Amin

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Topics: destination marketing, tech, tourism, travel, video, vlogging, iphone, travel blog, Travel journalism, travel video blog, video blog, how destinations can use video blogs, video blog template, vlog

Destination Marketing and Video Blogs

Posted by The Writing Prodigy on Jul 24, 2019 2:59:40 PM

By Asma Amin

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Topics: tourism, vlogging, template video blogs, travel blog, travel video blog, video blog, how destinations can use video blogs, how to get video bloggers, video blog template

Could crowdsourcing solve travel video shortage?

Posted by Justin Wastnage on Jul 24, 2019 2:18:28 PM

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Apple sold its one billionth iPhone today.  The relevance to the tech sector is massive; It took the entire personal computer industry 25 years to ship its one billionth PC.

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Topics: app, crowdsourced, tourism, travel, video, Disruption, iphone, technology, Travel journalism

Collaborative marketing in the collaborative economy

Posted by Craig Sequeira on Jul 24, 2019 2:06:00 PM

 

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Topics: crowdsourced, tourism, travel, video, Adelaide, Travel journalism

Why 2017 was finally the right time to launch our user-generated video play

Posted by Justin Wastnage on Nov 8, 2017 12:58:00 PM

After a year of talk. Serious talk, less serious talk and then serious money talk, we finally launched Ciné Souk (now Vloggi) short travel videos in late 2016. We'll be building our offering later this year with more user-generated short travel film series. 

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Topics: blog, tourism, video, Cine Souk, journalism, Travel journalism, User-generated

What a crowdsourced feature film can teach destinations about user-generated content

Posted by Justin Wastnage on Mar 23, 2017 1:00:00 PM

10 October 2016 was an ordinary day in India, until this. 

The day, free from religious ceremonies, political upheaval or dramatic weather events, has now been immortalised in the feature film documentary 'India In A Day', chronicling 24 hours in the country.

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Topics: crowdsourced, destination marketing, tourism, crowdsourced film, India-in-a-day, smartphone, user-generated content, video blog, Film production, google