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Interactive Maps Help Bring Back Shoppers After Covid Hiatus
Interactive Maps Help Bring Back Shoppers After Covid Hiatus
As the pandemic has worn on, marketers have begun to ask what’s next. How do you keep open and click-through rates high, even as consumers shift back from e-commerce to in-person shopping? The answ…
·streetfightmag.com·
Interactive Maps Help Bring Back Shoppers After Covid Hiatus
Councilman Hopes to Improve Wheeling’s 311 System
Councilman Hopes to Improve Wheeling’s 311 System
WHEELING — The city of Wheeling’s 311 non-emergency reporting system is in need of serious upgrades to make it effective, according to Councilman Ben Seidler, who has volunteered to take the lead with developing recommendations to bring improvements to the system. The city’s 311 online citizen request system was introduced in January 2019. The service […]
·www.theintelligencer.net·
Councilman Hopes to Improve Wheeling’s 311 System
Garmin mobile app, website hit by prolonged outage
Garmin mobile app, website hit by prolonged outage
Technology company Garmin is experiencing a prolonged outage affecting its fitness tracking, aviation and commercial travel services, as well as its customer support network.
·www.ctvnews.ca·
Garmin mobile app, website hit by prolonged outage
Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — Quarantine procedures for persons travelling to St. Kitts and Nevis are being reviewed ahead of the eventual reopening of the borders to regional and international air passengers. No date has yet been announced when the borders will reopen. Returning nationals and residents on charter flights are the only persons currently allowed […]
·thestkittsnevisobserver.com·
Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
How First-Party Data Can Drive a Comeback for Local Travel
How First-Party Data Can Drive a Comeback for Local Travel
Long live the road trip. Experts predict that people will largely look to visit domestic and drivable destinations because of new health and economic concerns. We’ll see more three- and four-day tr…
·streetfightmag.com·
How First-Party Data Can Drive a Comeback for Local Travel