Looking for opals in Coober Pedy. Twitter: Shellie Villette
My home state of South Australia. This is Barossa Valley. Twitter: Lorraine
Just in today: @coopersbrewery 'Sparkling Ale' Alc 5.8% from South Australia. Twitter: The Wells Kitchen (UK)
Flinders Ranges. Twitter: Neil Brown
CEDUNA: Had a great night last night doing a gig in Roxby Downs with The Angels and Dave Gleeson. Twitter: Shane Jacobson
MURRAY BRIDGE: Ah river times. Twitter: Cameron McKenzie
Bye bye Kangaroo Island. Twitter: Paul
One reason why I love the south east of South Australia, Australia. Twitter: Andrew
Went on a holiday to Kangaroo Island, so beautiful! Twitter: Twitter: Maddy Cornford
Ballet slipper stalagtite in cave on Kangaroo Island Australia - first time I really enjoyed a cave! Twitter: Steph Thomas
Trying my hand at beekeeping with Kangaroo Island's Ligurian bees. No stings! Twitter: Jill K Robinson
Loving this Port Augusta sunset pic by Deidre Coulthard. Twitter: Cherie Gerlach
Winery tour - Barossa Valley. Twitter: Lisda Cancer
Beautiful sunrise over the Barossa valley south Australia. It's going to be a great day. Twitter: Chris Spray
Tasting Tanunda Soil! #busbytour. Twitter: Chris So AWIS
A storm right over Port Pirie in Sth Australia taken from The Bridle Track in The Southern Flinders Ranges. Twitter: Scott Arbon
Work in Whyalla SA. Twitter: Ciaran McBride
Get home to Bordertown to this. Curried sausages. Best. Love you mum. Twitter: Tom Monaghan
Just got to Port Lincoln with @Mark_Aussie. Fishing and shark diving on the agenda. Not a bad view either. Twitter: Sam Jacobs
Ceduna on a magic morning, magic place but keep ur bunyips. Twitter: Life
Playing Kiegel in the Tanunda Sports club #busbytour It's like 10 pin bowling, but with smaller balls. Twitter: Tim Wildman
Relaxing and unwinding with a 2006 BEN GLAETZER ANAPEReNNA, Barossa Valley Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon. Twitter: Steve Kubota
Angas Park & #Sunbeam fruits to close in South Australia :( does this mean my Xmas puds should be heritage listed? Twitter: Sue Fox
My favourite place. Wish I could be there now :) #yorkepeninsula. Twitter: RT by Vanessa Coppins
Quick bite at The Naracoorte Hotel with the publican & the committee before I head back 2 town. Twitter: Scott McBain
IT'S FUN TO PLAY AT THE YMCA! On a salt lake in Barossa Valley, South Australia. Twitter: Shellie Villette
Vivonne Bay on gorgeous Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The whole island is a delight. Twitter: Kim Grantham
Comfort stop, Naracoorte bound! Twitter: Scott McBain
The fast swap of information - good and bad - allowed by social media poses challenges for tourism operators.
Social media and tourism share a natural relationship, according to South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) marketing and communications director David O'Loughlin.
"As an organisation responsible for marketing experiences, our view is that travel and social media go hand-in-hand, as visitors naturally share their experiences within their own social network," he said.
"We know that referrals from family and friends are extremely powerful within our category so South Australia's presences within social media is very important."
The SATC operates accounts on both Twitter and Facebook which it uses to release new ideas and information while also sharing positive content about South Australia by other users.
But he believes marketing a brand or product successfully goes beyond just a social media strategy.
“At SATC we have taken a holistic approach to our use of social media, looking at how we can best use the strengths of each social channel within the context of our broader marketing strategy," he said.
"Our primary objective has always been to take a lead role in the creation and distribution of inspiring tourism content online, while continuing to remain a part of the natural conversations that are already taking place within the space.
“But it is also important to remember that social media is not a strategy in its own right. It is a marketing channel, and, like most marketing channels lives by the fundamental principles of consumer engagement. The quality of content is everything. If the message is not worth sharing, social media channels are useless.”
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