hire real reporters/journalist to ever be taken seriously!
Yahoo Travel is viewed as more of an entertainment site than a news/information outlet! Its as if you hired a bunch of sub par spammers, paid to send them on vacation, and paid them to write inaccurate, incomplete, and error riddled blogs that a middle schooler could have pulled off! Even the "Editor in Chief" fits this category. For example her series on south Africa is absurdly lacking on any type of useful information. How to avoid a carjacking?? The entire article made no reference to any type of useful tip other than someone had hit the gas when someone was seen coming up behind them.... Though it did read like a huge advertisement for the defensive driving school. We get that she enjoys driving and is talented enough to drive on the opposite side of the car and a manual transmission at the same time. Ayne she should look into that as a career? How much did that trip cost the company? What a joke!
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