Second round of Facebook tourism battle

Brisbane might be the third largest Australian capital city but can it  out-Facebook Wollongong?

We’ll find out today as the two cities go head to head in a second Facebook vote to determine which city will host Social Media Tourism Symposium (SoMeT).

Last week, Wollongong came second to Townsville in the 24-hour voting frenzy. 

The top four cities moved to the second round this week. 

On Tuesday Townsville went up against Margaret River.

The winner from each round will go head-to-head in the third and final round next week to determine the winning destination and host of the 2013 SoMeT.

The symposium is a chance for people from the tourism industry to network, share ideas and find opportunities in social media.

To vote, like the Social Media Tourism Symposium page on Facebook then hit the ‘‘vote’’ button. 

Voters can  vote only once in a 24-hour period.


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