Why couchsurfing failed but Airbnb thrives?
Added over 1 year ago | As appeared first on kernelmag.dailydot.com | Author: Nithin Coca on May 24th 2015
At the beginning of a year-long world trip back in 2006, I joined Couchsurfing, the first massive, Web-based travel social network. It put a new twist on age-old hospitality by using the Internet to connect travelers with local hosts. Supplementing this basic service were forums, events, and, in time, self-organized, organic gatherings in cities around the world. Along the way I hosted a dozen people in Spain and surfed in Germany, Hungary, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Malaysia... Continue reading on kernelmag.dailydot.com
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