The Mashable.com story 5 Travel Brands Inspiring Wanderlust on YouTube called the Jamaica Tourist Board's Travel Webisode "Pon Di Road" as the number 3 travel brand inspiring Wanderlust on Youtube. It said 3. Jamaica Tourist Board What's Jamaica really like? The Jamaica Tourist Board sought to answer that question in 2010 with a web
Exclusive: I love it when things come together. I was hanging out in the Jamaica Tourist Board Booth at Caribbean Marketplace the Tourism Trade Show in Montego Bay which is playing host to 1400 delegates from 30 countries in what I also call the Sales Olympics for the Tourism Industry.
@VisitJamaicaNow, the twitter account from the Jamaica Tourist Board was created to provide a direct pipeline for Jamaica travel deals and promotions around airfare, hotels, attractions and events, as of today it has over 740 followers, or most travel agents and deal hunters in the United States, Jamaica, United Kingdom
The Jamaica Tourist Board in its continuing moves to promote Jamaica in fresh ways, will launch its 15 part travel webisode series Pon Di Road with Calee and Stephen today on youtube. The series which was shot by Rick Elgood of Geejam Film and scored by Geejam Studios takes you
The Official Facebook Fan Page of the Jamaica Tourist Board(JTB) http://www.facebook.com/Jamaica is expected to hit 70,000 Fans today. They took over the Fan page from David Mullings, RealVibez Media who started it in the year of Olympics in 2008, awesome timing, but lost admin rights for over a year because
Less than two weeks ago, Jamaica Tourist Board( JTB) announced that it'll be paying attention to more social media. Duh, they are about a year late and I do hope that includes giving their website a social and design make over too. As too often we see organisations who feel
The Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) two years ago joined the throng of marketers tapping social networking sites as a way to drum up business when it revamped its website. Now, the agency is investing millions to develop a channel on YouTube, according to David Shields, deputy director of tourism in charge