A Rough Guide to a Revolution
With over 150 million blogs out there in the blogosphere, surely there is content to suit everyone, the challenge can be finding those that interest you both professionally and personally.
Many blogs are dedicated to the area of travel and even specifically parking, and you can be sure that someone somewhere will have an opinion on how you do business and their experience as your customer.
And with Google still ranking highest of all search engines, with more than 80% of world market share, it will usually find you what you need. But sometimes, it’s getting lost down the alleyways of the web that allows us to find the interesting places not on the main tourist route. Often to help us get there it’s those Blogs, with links and lists of pages and places that might be of interest that leads us there.
Recently a post with a link on the LinkedIn ‘All Things Parking’ group led down a very interesting alleyway that might interest you too. The post was by blogger Mark Lawrence (SpotHero) who blogs parking tips and stories and whose company has taken an interesting approach to selling event and neighbourhood spots online. Mark has compiled a list of parking resources that includes:
Not exhaustive lists but a helpful set of links bringing together news and views in the world of parking. Check it out, and see where it takes you.
As more and more of Chauntry’s customers engage with their customers and partners via social network channels, we see just how valuable this communication is for business and for customer experience. Take a look at this video designed to promote Socialnomics by Erik Qualman but with some very fascinating facts and figures on the Social Media Revolution, such as 50% of mobile internet traffic in the UK is for Facebook and Ipod app downloads hit 1 billion in 9 months.
Time to get the Chauntry Parkspace Smart App added to your sales channels?
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