Budget Travel’s recent article, “10 Most Useful Travel Websites” missed one of the most accessible, compelling, enthusiastic and unusual, Gogobot. Based around the concept of Tribes, which allow travelers’ search results to be filtered to their interests, it offers an online community unlike any other.

Launched in 2010 and co-founded by Travis Katz and Ori Zaltzman, Gogobot’s mission is to enable people to discover great places to eat, stay and play that are ideally suited to their interests, whether on vacation or in their own neighborhood. It stands alone on the web with its Tribe concept and functionality as travel’s go-to planning website. From Family Travelers, Foodies and Luxury to LGBT and Adventure Travelers – Gogobot empowers members to get personalized recommendations based on the combination of Tribes they select when signing up.

Abelow PR Selected to Promote Gogobot’s Vision

Gogobot’s vision is for everyone to live life to the fullest by giving them unparalleled experiences tailored to their needs and passions. Featuring an integrated and robust social media component and optimal cross-platform user experience, Gogobot encourages people of varying tastes to share reviews with like-minded individuals at home and abroad. The noted boutique, travel PR agency based in NYC, Abelow PR was selected from dozens of agencies to get the word out via the national media.

With over 16 million users last year, Gogobot offers endless possibilities to connect with individuals with similar interests and share experiences in order to discover new hotels, restaurants, shows, and attractions that they can trust they’ll enjoy. Members have taken advantage of more than 60,000 destination pages for countries and cities around the world, and have already shared over 800,000 reviews and 4 million photos via Gogobot. You can also, invite your Facebook friends to give you advice and recommendations on Gogobot.

Celebrating its Five Year Anniversary, the Future Looks Bright for Gogobot

Celebrating the five-year anniversary of its launch in November 2015, Gogobot is in its third round of funding. Called the “Facebook for trips” by All Things Digital, the social media driven planning site will continue to revolutionize the way travelers and people at home decide where to eat, sleep and play. Investors include HomeAway, Battery Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, MySpace founder Chris DeWolfe, Square CEO Keith Rabois and angel investor Oren Zeev.

So visit www.gogobot.com and find fellow travelers and diners you can recommend your favorite places to!