Like the philosophy of the company is to avoid all overexploited stereotypes and overcrowded resources, it can not benefit from the publicity that, for years, has been done on them. Therefore, it is facing a competition-
Given the potential that is acquiring (day after day) the web, one of the most important actions taken is its diffusion through a website that allows exposing the features of their proposals and, now, a blog to complement the website and to allow dealing in detail specific issues that they may be of interest. Also, people can find in this blog other issues not directly related to the proposals but due to its originality, curiosity, authenticity and uniqueness, it allow to publicize a little more Spanish culture and idiosyncrasy that it has defined in its people.
So, from few weeks ago and through the company website, the blog called "Spain Travel Blog" is available. Maybe the name is not the most original, creative or suggestive, but these features have been reserved by its creator for a true quality content based on his knowledge and thorough research that clearly differentiates it within the web. But, the drafting of them is not technical or scientific to make the reader feel comfortable and understand, easily, the exposed ideas.
Based on WordPress, it uses all the facilities of this powerful and well known content management system to categorize, classify and access quickly and easily to any post.
Right now, there are only six categories defined but it is already working to define three categories more and subjects for post them. At the time of publishing these lines, it has eight posts ranging from local legend that it explains because a Baroque image of Jesus Nazarene of Ecija (Sevilla) does not carry the typical rope around the neck to the most recent that it discloses an economic activity almost disappeared at present but very important in the past, manufacturing and marketing of jet objects related to the Apostle Santiago, that they can be found in museums around the world, like Archaeological Museum of Edinburgh, Hispanic Society of New York or Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.
Another post is an interesting historical account of the different graves of a historical figure well known around the world, the Cid.
Definitely, it is an ambitious bet to raise awareness of the current Spanish culture and the facts and circumstances that it has determined that it is that which it is and no other.
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