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Advances in Social Media for Travel, Tourism and Hospitality

New Perspectives, Practice and Cases

Edited by Marianna Sigala, Ulrike Gretzel

© 2018 – Routledge

330 pages | 36 B/W Illus.

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Description

This book brings together cutting edge research and applications of social media and related technologies, their uses by consumers and businesses in travel, tourism and hospitality.

The first section addresses topical issues related to how social media influence the operations and strategies of tourism firms and help them enhance tourism experiences: open innovation, crowdsourcing, service-dominant logic, value co-creation, value co-destruction and augmented reality. The second section of the book looks at new applications of social media for marketing purposes in a variety of tourism-related sectors, addressing crowd-sourced campaigns, customer engagement and influencer marketing. The third section uses case studies and new methodologies to analyze travel review posting and consumption behaviors as well as the impact of social media on traveller perceptions and attitudes, with a focus on collaborative consumption and sharing economy accommodation. Finally, the fourth section focuses on hot topics and issues related to the analysis, interpretation and use of online information and user-generated content for deriving business intelligence and enhancing business decision-making.

Written by an international body of well-known researchers, this book uses fresh theoretical lenses, perspectives and methodological approaches to look at the practical implications of social media for tourism suppliers, destinations, tourism policy makers and researchers alike. For these reasons, it will be a valuable resource for students, managers and academics with an interest in information and communication technologies, marketing for tourism and hospitality, and travel and transportation management.

Table of Contents

Contents

Lists of figures

List of tables

List of contributors

Introduction

Marianna Sigala

Ulrike Gretzel

 

Introduction to Part 1: Social media applications for co-creating customer value and experience

Marianna Sigala

  1. Barbara Neuhofer and Dimitrios Buhalis
  2. Service-dominant logic in the social media landscape: New perspectives on experience and value co-creation

  3. Marianna Sigala
  4. Value co-destruction in service ecosystems: findings from TripAdvisor

  5. Astrid Dickinger and Lidija Lalicic
  6. Tourist-driven innovations in social media: an opportunity for tourism organisations

  7. Timothy Jung and M. Claudia tom Dieck
  8. Enhancing Wearable Augmented Reality Visitor Experience through Social Media: A Case Study of Manchester Art Gallery

  9. Barbara Keller, Michael Möhring and Rainer Schmidt
  10. More than a technical feature: Insights into Augmented Reality with social media integration in the travel industry

    Introduction to Part 2: Marketing using social media applications and concepts

    Ulrike Gretzel

  11. Ahmet Bulent Ozturk, Saba Salehi-Esfahani, Anil Bilgihan and Fevzi Okumus
  12. Social Media and Destination Marketing

  13. Jing Ge and Ulrike Gretzel
  14. A New Cultural Revolution: Chinese Consumers’ Internet and Social Media Use

  15. Fernando J. Garrigos-Simon, Yeamduan Narangajavana, Silvia Sanz-Blas, and Javier Sanchez-Garcia
  16. Crowdsourcing in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality: practical cases and possibilities

  17. Kyung-Hyan Yoo and Woojin Lee
  18. Facebook Marketing by Hotel Groups: Impacts of Post Content and Media Type on Fan Engagement

  19. Ulrike Gretzel
  20. Influencer Marketing in Travel and Tourism

    Introduction to Part 3: Social media: Travellers’ behaviour

    Ulrike Gretzel

  21. Wafa Hammedi and Justine Virlée
  22. e-WOM Engagement: Is it Worth Talking Only About Posters and Lurkers?

  23. Eduardo Parra López and Desiderio Gutiérrez Taño
  24. The Influence of Reviewer Identity Verification on the Online Reputation of Hotels

  25. Ricardo J. Díaz Armas, Desiderio Gutiérrez Taño and Francisco J. García Rodríguez
  26. Airbnb as a new disruptive model in tourism: Analysing its competitive potential based on online travel reviews

  27. Wided Batat and Wafa Hammedi
  28. Collaborative Consumption as a feature of Gen-Y Consumers: Rethinking Youth Tourism Practices in the Sharing Economy

  29. Laura Di Pietro, Roberta Guglielmetti Mugion, Maria Francesca Renzi, Martina Toni and Marianna Sigala
  30. Have Social Networks Changed Travellers’ Waiting Experience? An Exploratory Study on the Airport Sector

     

    Introduction to Part 4: Market research, business intelligence, and social media analytics

    Marianna Sigala

  31. Jing Ge, Marisol Alonso Vazquez and Ulrike Gretzel
  32. Sentiment Analysis: A Review

  33. Silvia De Ascaniis, Lorenzo Cantoni
  34. Social Media Analysis from a Communication Perspective. The Case of the Argumentative Analysis of Online Travel Reviews

  35. Laura Di Pietro, Roberta Guglielmetti Mugion, Maria Francesca Renzi, Martina Toni
  36. Measuring Visitor Satisfaction with a Cultural Heritage Site: Social Media vs. Onsite Surveys

  37. Matthias Fuchs, Wolfram Höpken, Maria Lexhagen
  38. Business Intelligence for destinations: Creating knowledge from social media

  39. Kostas Zafiropoulos, Konstantinos Antoniadis Vasiliki Vrana

Community Characteristics in Tourism Twitter Accounts of European Countries

Conclusion

Ulrike Gretzel

Marianna Sigala

Index

About the Editors

Ulrike Gretzel is a Visiting Professor in the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. She received her PhD in Communication from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Her research focuses on persuasion in human-computer interaction, social media, technology adoption, intelligent system design and smart tourism.

Marianna Sigala is a Professor at the University of South Australia. Her interests include service management, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in tourism and hospitality, and e-learning. She is currently the editor of the Journal of Service Theory & Practice and the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases. She is a past President of EuroCHRIE and has served on the Board of Directors of I-CHRIE, IFITT and HeAIS.

About the Series

New Directions in Tourism Analysis

New Directions in Tourism Analysis
Although tourism is becoming increasingly popular as both a taught subject and an area for empirical investigation, the theoretical underpinnings of many approaches have tended to be eclectic and somewhat underdeveloped. However, recent developments indicate that the field of tourism studies is beginning to develop in a more theoretically informed manner, but this has not yet been matched by current publications. The aim of this series is to fill this gap with high quality monographs or edited collections that seek to develop tourism analysis at both theoretical and substantive levels using approaches which are broadly derived from allied social science disciplines such as Sociology, Social Anthropology, Human and Social Geography, and Cultural Studies. As tourism studies covers a wide range of activities and sub fields, certain areas such as Hospitality Management and Business, which are already well provided for, would be excluded. The series will therefore fill a gap in the current overall pattern of publication. Suggested themes to be covered by the series, either singly or in combination, include - consumption; cultural change; development; gender; globalisation; political economy; social theory; sustainability.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI030000
SCIENCE / Earth Sciences / Geography