What’s the best location for a new tourism visitor center?
“Instead of mall location, a smartphone location.”
My friend Scott Townsend pointed this out on Twitter.
“So much more info (maps, tours, photos, calendars, social media links, etc)”
Have you started building your smartphone location?
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Paul W. Swansen says
A great suggestion and choice for any destination business. Any business or destination can set up a mobile site, often for free. I’ve got a few examples, while not complete or exhaustive, it can give you an idea. http://winksite.mobi/pswansen/16thStMall, http://winksite.mobi/pswansen/summitcounty, http://winksite.mobi/pswansen/skicolorado
Becky McCray says
Paul, ten thousand thanks for sharing your examples!!
Scott Milam Townsend says
Your Town, USA. There’s an app for that.
Or is there?
Becky McCray says
I’ll put apps second after simple mobile friendly pages full of useful info.