All You Have to Do Is Ask
I’m a believer in Permission Marketing. I’m with Seth — it’s not hard to ask. As a customer, I find it easier on everyone when I ask my question. As a service provider, I like asking what people think and how they do things. As a teacher and a person, I get jazzed when people ask me to help.
One thing I don’t ask for is directions online — I’ve had MapQuest take me to the wrong side of too many towns too many times.
Yahoo Maps, well, Yahoo! invaded my computer by loading their toolbar on my machine without including me in that decision.Sorry, I like to think for myself. I didn’t include them in my decision to delete it.
I get my directions from websites or people who know the way.
Until today . . . when I read the TechCrunch review of AskCity, and played, yeah played, with their maps.
It’s so cool!