marketing
Google Universal App Campaigns: tune it, tone it, get lots of app downloads

Julia Alexeenko

Jul 11, 2018

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Google Universal App Campaigns is a highly automated tool created for optimizing Google app promotion campaigns. Learn to set up and tune the UAC with this guide — and get a whole load of app downloads!

How to promote your taxi app with social media influencers

Shanna Mallon

May 10, 2018

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Want to start with influencer marketing but have no idea how to? This is a perfect first-steps guide for a taxi company. Explore and enjoy!

How to outperform Uber on the App Store?

Julia Alexeenko

Mar 01, 2018

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Just yesterday, our client, taxi company Kaiian, was ranked #1 on the App Store! In front of Uber. Learn best practices for getting to the top firsthand.

How to Market a Taxi Business: 7 Tips to Promote Online

Natalia Korol

Jun 28, 2016

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It's common knowledge, that modern people spend most of their time browsing online. If you want to stay on board among all the competitors, promoting online - is a must. Whether you're just starting or have been in business for years, these proven online marketing tactics will help your taxi business find new customers without spending a fortune. Give your customers what they want by having a sound presence online. We are here to guide you through.

This is How You Give Customers What They Want

Eugene Suslo

Oct 06, 2015

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There are a million reasons why we don't ask questions. A big one is sometimes we don't want to hear the answer we already know is coming. Or, we just didn't think about it. Or better yet, we were a bit scared it would be to personal or pushy.

I’m Telling You, Referrals Are Your New Customer Source

Eugene Suslo

Sep 28, 2015

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Have you asked your customer for a referral yet? If you haven’t, then you need to start. Referrals are powerful. So powerful are referrals, that marketers and companies spend immense amounts of money determining what the most effective way to harness a referral customer is. If you haven’t, then you need to start. Referrals are powerful. So powerful are referrals, that marketers and companies spend immense amounts of money determining what the most effective way to harness a referral customer is. Referrals are essentially recommendations. This has taken the form of being called referral marketing, or word of mouth marketing, and it can be seen in a number of ways.

4 Steps To Out Hustle Uber In Your Market

Eugene Suslo

Aug 25, 2015

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“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” - Abraham Lincoln As we continue our discussion on building business and rebranding the Taxi industry, it is time to begin discussing topics which will begin increasing your sales today. There are tips and tricks to start building your business, because knowing where to start tends to be the most difficult.

Do You Keep Your Enemies Close?

Eugene Suslo

Jul 31, 2015

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“Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer” As we continue our business development series, it is time to move into the second stage of developing your business. Now that you have a grasp of developing your plan, strategy, and identifying your customer, we want to look at your business environment.

The First Step In Recovery Is Admitting You Have A Problem

Eugene Suslo

Jul 15, 2015

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I flew in late to Indianapolis for a business trip and found myself in line to take a Taxi to my hotel. This was not my first trip to Indianapolis, so I knew this was only a 15 minute ride to my hotel, which past experience and Google Maps helped me with this determination. It was a good thing that the Taxi line was short, seeing as coming from California I was not prepared for the midwest cold that evening. I got into my Taxi and I was off to my hotel.

What Is the Best Way To Eat An Elephant?

Eugene Suslo

Jun 11, 2015

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I was once asked the question “What is the best way to eat an elephant?” This took me by surprise as I had no idea to how to answer the question. At the time I don't even think I knew what the question meant. This question is very applicable to the current state of the taxi industry and I think it warrants some explanation.