Published on : Tuesday, September 4, 2018
“Some of the Instagram stars and bloggers stay in Turkish hotels for free for up to three weeks by promising to promote them. However, they have begun to abuse their presence on social media,” Cappadocia Touristic Hotel Operators Association chair Yakup Dinler told local media on Monday.
Social media has become “an important reality” and Turkey’s Cappadocia region is particularly “social media friendly” for its breathtaking landscapes and “photogenic” events like hot air balloons, Dinler said.
“The tourism sector should be careful about handling social media abusers. They should not give too much importance to these people,” he added.
Tags: Turkish tourism