High Five (7): Tools, Translating your Blog posts, Abandoned Cities, Hotels and a Love Letter

Gorilla High Five

Time for a new High Five (6):

  1. 15 Tools for Monitoring a Website’s Popularity, if you’re interested.
  2. In Building a Tourist Community Website With WordPress: Multilingual Contents and Translations Guest Blogger Amir Helzer gets the podium from Lorelle on WordPress to advertise his affordable I Can Localize human blog translation service. OMG this reminds me I have abandoned the translation plugin in entirely because it didn’t work well.
  3. Abandoned cities, in case you would like to visit them…sometimes the result of economically poor times..
  4. Lonely Planet’s founder Tony Wheelers lists his 10 Hotels of 2008 Interesting, from a room at $ 12.- and upward.
  5. Love letter to a reluctant traveler. Com on couples do travel to energize your relation!

About Happy Hotelier’s High Five
It is meant as a gesture of appreciation to fellow (Travel) Bloggers (sometimes referred to as members of the “T-List”) or other Web- or Travel Personalities.

The arms are usually extended into the air to form the “high” part, and the five fingers of each hand meet, making the “five”, hence the name, although Happy Hotelier’s High Five will always be a left handed one.

I will not publish it on a scheduled date. I will publish it each time when I have found five persons or sites or posts that I deem worthy a High Five. It even may imply me echoing old news here.

If you want to draw my attention to a post, please use the Contact Page or give me a message at Twitter

The Category here on Happy Hotelier is High Five.

About The High Five Logo

I borrowed the photo of a sculpture from Lisa Roet, a sculptor born in Australia and currently living and working in Melbourne, Australia, because one of the main items on my passport is that I miss a big chunk of my right thumb, so my right hand is much alike that of an ape:-)

4 thoughts on “High Five (7): Tools, Translating your Blog posts, Abandoned Cities, Hotels and a Love Letter”

  1. Thanks for the link and recommendation to the guest post on my blog. (It’s spelled “Lorelle” by the way. 😀 ) It’s a unique hands-on experience shared between my readers and Mr. Helzer that I hope will help others in the tourism industry to understand the importance of blogs and how to build them for your audience, not just your needs.

    Thanks!

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