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With the emergence of social media, and visual-rich website experiences, visual storytelling has become a necessity for hotels to stand out online today. Hotels don’t necessarily need to produce a sea of content in order to have plenty of fresh, interesting media. This is the 21st century, take advantage of the internet and social media by crowdsourcing content from guests.
Twitter’s quick bursts of information are ideally suited to our time-crunched, on-the-go mobile society. They’ve recentlyDo and Dont on Twitter embraced more visual storytelling features as well, including header photos, photo streaming/swiping on mobile apps, and new photo filters for mobile uploads.