More – Know When Customers Are Coming

  • May 5, 2011

CheckinPlugin.comWhich side do you take on the location-based dilemma? To share or not to share? If you are firmly on the second side, this is a site you will surely keep your distance from. But if you deem location-based networking as one of the most significant developments of late, then you will find this website quite appealing.

CheckinPlugin is a service that is aimed at managers of venues. Basically, thanks to they will be able to let visitors create a future check-in to their venues. People will be able to set down the precise date they will check in – tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, next week – and all of their friends will get to know about such a thing.

In this way, planning when to hit any spot will become much easier for customers. And the managers will be able to know when a bigger number of people will be in attendance and arrange activities (or special menus) to keep everybody happy when that day comes.

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More – Checking In From One Central Location

  • May 20, 2010

Check.inThe unavoidable result of having a monumental number of services for doing exactly the same thing in the very same way is that people end up joining one or the other more or less at random. And after they have joined one, they decide to give the other a try.

At the end of the day, the person has five different usernames and no clear idea about what service has got a true edge over the other.

That is what has happened to location-based networks. I bet we won’t find a single user that is not part of Foursquare and Gowalla at the same time. That can turn the whole experience into something quite chaotic, and it was only a matter of time before services like Check.In were to emerge. We can define it very simply: it is a unified way for checking in. That is, if you are on a venue you simple launch the app and you will be capable to check-in to the very same place across different networks at once.

So far, supported services include Foursquare and Gowalla along with Brightkite (they are the ones behind the app, actually). Other services like TriOut and Whrrl have also begun being supported since the site left private beta – right now, it can be used by anybody. If you want to sample it in action, just pay the mobile site a visit using your phone or iPad and start checking in and out at will.

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More – Share The Best Places You Have Been To

  • March 29, 2010

PlacePop.comPlace Pop is a new service that can be compared with a reward card. By using this virtual loyalty cards you will have the chance to get individual or group rewards in the different business you visit. Then, if you are interested in getting free stuff and special privileges, might be an interesting option to keep in mind.

In case you are a business owner who want to maximize costumer retention, on this site you will discover how to incentive your clients by using this loyalty programs. In addition, you will also get details on incentive programs and employee motivation.

Are you interested in attracting more clients? Would you like to be rewarded for your loyalty? If that is so, is the site you have to visit. Therefore, if you want to get the virtual loyalty card you might visit and get all the information you need.

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