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2909, 2017

How To Get More Positive Reviews For Your Taxi App

September 29th, 2017|Categories: Taxi app, Taxi Software|

How To Get More Positive Reviews For Your Taxi App How To Get More Positive Reviews For Your Taxi App Want to spread the word about your new taxi app and gain more customers? Online reviews for your taxi app are valuable to your marketing efforts and won’t cost you a dime. The more positive app reviews you have, the more visibility your app will gain amongst users. And as Kissmetrics contributor Steve P. Young says, “the opinions of others play a major role in people’s purchasing decisions.” Reviews provide social proof of your taxi app’s value. Here [...]

2709, 2017

Win Uber Customers For Your Taxi Business With These Social Media Strategies

September 27th, 2017|Categories: Taxi app, Uber|

Win Uber Customers for Your Taxi Business With These Social Media Strategies How Taxi Companies Can Use Social Media To Win Uber Customers Want to win over Uber customers without breaking the bank on marketing costs? Learn how to maximize social media to find Uber customers in your area and convert them to your taxi service. All you need to get started are these three digital channels: Mobile-friendly website with a blog. Social media: Twitter, Google My Business and Facebook accounts for your taxi company (bonus points for Instagram). One-touch trip booking app to make it easy for [...]

1509, 2017

Get More Taxi Customers With a “Shop Local” Campaign – 5 Ideas

September 15th, 2017|Categories: Fleet Strategy, Taxi app, Taxi Software|

Get More Taxi Customers With a "Shop Local" Campaign 5 Ways To Leverage The Shop Local Movement For More Taxi Customers Want to attract more taxi customers? Take a closer look in your own backyard. “Shopping local” is a consumer trend taxi companies can leverage today to boost revenue and maintain a consistent and supportive client base. As Huffington Post contributor Diana Mackie notes, “The recent, dramatic success of this [shopping local] marketing strategy comes from a perfect storm of consumer preferences and habits: long established principles of consumer psychology and the paddy rising trend of preference for [...]

2803, 2017

Taxi Commander Announces Integrated Taxi Soft Meter

March 28th, 2017|Categories: Driver Smartphone App, Fleet Strategy, Taxi Software|Tags: |

Taxi Commander Announces Integrated Taxi Soft Meter With the introduction of its new flexible soft meter, Taxi Commander helps fleets take another step forward to a more competitive future. As with any soft meter, this feature can save considerable capital outlay for fleets and drivers as it can eliminate the need to purchase expensive hardware-based taxi meters. (In markets where this is permitted) However, the Taxi Commander soft meter takes flexibility a step further due to its design that allows any meter rate to be attached to any job. Each meter rate code created by a fleet can have [...]

3011, 2015

What Can Taxi Companies Do To Attract Qualified Drivers?

November 30th, 2015|Categories: Driver Retention, Fleet Strategy, Hiring Drivers, Taxi Software|

What Can Taxi Companies Do To Attract Qualified Drivers? Start where Uber falls short In order to attract qualified drivers to your taxi fleet, you will need to make the case that yours is the better long-term opportunity. The protests of frustrated Uber drivers around the world, from San Francisco to London and Paris provide a glimpse into the aggravations of their employment. It’s mostly about money; Uber increasing its commission without notice or reason, or reducing its fares. Ex-­Uber driver Kelly Dessaint believes taking a stand is futile because in his words, “Uber [...]

2510, 2015

Disabled Best Serviced By Taxi Industry

October 25th, 2015|Categories: Fleet Strategy, Taxi Software, Uber|

Disabled Best Serviced By Taxi Industry  A leaked document published in August 2015 by Reuters Wire Service confirms what many in the transportation industry already know: “Uber is a global force,” with worldwide bookings projected to increase 141% from 2015 to 2016. Yet as Uber continues to rise in popularity with what The Walrus author Jonathan Kay describes as the “hip-and-able-­bodied-condo set”, it’s leaving a significant ridership in the dust. Uber leaves disabled riders behind “Uber’s Business Isn’t Built to Help Disabled People, ” reads the headline to Wired contributor Issie Lapowsky’s [...]