Traveling has become a trend for the pvblic who’re hungry for adventure. Vlogging encourages people to travel more and to experience the place through a digital view.
Telegraph UK’s article titled “Is your daily social media usage higher than average?” shows that social media swallows more than a quarter of time spent online and a third of all internet usage is now happening via mobile, a new global report has found.
The average person has five social media accounts and spends around 1 hour and 40 minutes browsing these platforms every day, accounting for 28pc of the total time spent on the net.
YouTube is the most popular social network, as the pvblic watch videos to unwind and relax. The event “VODCAST: Elevating the Philippine Tourism Through Travel Vlogging” aims to exhibit one of the innovations done in interactive multimedia at present.
It’ll showcase the advantages and opportunities aspiring vloggers will gain once they desire to immerse in video blogging that can contribute to the tourism industry. The Philippines is known to be one of the fastest growing economy countries in Asia, and we’ve got a lot to offer, especially for tourists from all around the world.
It serves as awareness to delegates on how video blogging can possibly become a medium in promoting the Philippine tourist destinations.
How do you even become a travel vlogger? How can you create an interesting one? What are the things necessary to create an effective and alluring vlog? What does it take to be a successful and known vlogger? And how can you help expose the beauty of the Philippines using a different perspective?
Well, open your minds and see the wonders of the Philippines through the lens of the millennial age on November 22, 2017 (Wednesday) at the Second Floor Grand Ballroom of the Buenaventura Garcia Paredes O.P. Building, University of Santo Tomas, Espana, Manila.
Oh btw, Hale’s going to be there. And John Saga. And the Juvenile Dance Crew. Just a heads up, y’know.
See you there!