Show Oregon Your Love at GoSeeOregon.com!
Valentine’s Day was Oregon’s birthday, which may have something to do with the way people feel about visiting and playing here. But why wait for a Hallmark holiday to show your love? Now you can declare your devotion anytime at www.GoSeeOregon.com.
Released to the public last month, www.GoSeeOregon.com allows locals and visitors alike to share their Oregon experiences, to recommend places they enjoy and connect with like-minded travelers. It is the first social networking web site just for people who love Oregon.
Talk about your favorite restaurants, romantic hotels, quirky shops and galleries, groovy night spots, scenic hikes, thrilling bike trails and ski runs, cool movie theaters or interesting museums. Whatever you like. Spare no emotion. Tell it like you mean it. We want to know it all!
How GoSeeOregon.com works:
1. You create a profile with your travel interests.
2. As you browse the site, you write reviews and rate places you have visited.
3. Your ratings, combined with your profile, along with other users’ ratings and profiles, powers a dynamic database that provides custom recommendations for new things to do, based on what other users, like you, are saying about them.
4.You can also search the site to see what other people who share your interests are saying about places to go and things to experience. Then you go, you experience, and you fall in love all over again.
So don’t let your love for Oregon grow cold waiting on cupid. Check out www.GoSeeOregon.com and write your own Oregon love sonnet. Then don’t be surprised when that love returns to you many times over… happily ever after, even.
~ Cheers! Mo
Editor’s Note: GoSeeOregon.com is a new web-portal built and operated by GoSeeTell Network (www.goseetell.com), a Portland-based Internet company that builds customized social networks.
about author Mo Sherifdeen
Mo is Travel Oregon's content publisher and loves to hike the forests and mountain trails of Oregon with his wife, daughter and dog. He is also known for getting lost inside a maze of books at Powell’s, sipping an IPA (or two) and seeking the best fish 'n chips along the Oregon Coast.
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