Web/Tech

Well, I finally bit the bullet and sat down to set up a Google+ page for GlutenFreeTravelSite. I have to say I do like their signature feature of being able to add different people to different "Circles" of your life...college friends, family, online buddies, gluten-free friends, neighborhood friends, professional contacts. But like anything else, it will take a bit of time to get our "Page" where I want it and set up various circles of contacts. I plan to share LOTS of relevant gluten-free dining and travel stuff on this Google+ page...as much as we share on Facebook -- maybe even more. So PLEASE, if you've already signed up for Google+, +1 our page! Apparently, Google+ pages for businesses, websites, or brands can't add people to their Circles until the page is added first by others or mentioned. So I need YOU to add GlutenFreeTravelSite, before WE can add YOU to our Circles and keep you in the loop about what's happening with great GF dining and travel news. We'll share links to great new reviews submitted to GlutenFreeTravelSite...of GF-friendly restaurants, hotels/resorts, markets, bakeries, and cruises. We'll keep you abreast of any enhancements to the functionality of our website. We'll... Read more →


Gluten Free Faces social networking site now offers GlutenFreeTravelSite's search/mapping of gluten-free dining and travel reviews

GlutenFreeTravelSite has recently agreed to let social networking site Gluten Free Faces use its enhanced search and mapping feature on the Gluten Free Faces site. As you know, GlutenFreeTravelSite allows people on gluten-free diets to search and submit dining and travel reviews of restaurants, hotels/resorts, cruises, and grocery stores anywhere around the world that accommodate gluten-free diets. GlutenFreeTravelSite now has 900 establishments reviewed, and many are independent (non-chain) restaurants you may not have heard about. Users can search reviews by location and now even have the ability to narrow their search to the city/town or zip code level -- and map the results. Gluten Free Faces is a social networking site that allows people on gluten-free diets to share information and network with each other. They now have a tab on their Home page called "Gluten Free Maps" that allows users to directly access the GlutenFreeTravelSite search and mapping function -- and then click on any of the markers on the map to link to the user-submitted gluten-free review of that establishment. We hope you'll continue to visit GlutenFreeTravelSite to use this wonderful tool to find appropriate restaurants -- whether you're looking for a new place to dine in your... Read more →