During just the first three weeks of 2014, more than 15 major brands / locations joined the exclusive list of new hotel and hospitality members
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. / Feb 4, 2014 / A division of Monster Arts, Inc. (OTCQB: APPZ), Travel America Visitor Guide (TAVG), today announces an update about the progress made in the first month of 2014, by signing up 15 new exclusive clients to its mobile optimizedInternet website and Smartphone app membership directory and mobile marketing programs.
In addition to receiving exclusive listings on the website and in the associated Smartphoneapp(s), new members receive welcome kits with window decals showing their inclusion as part of the fast growing TAVG network of business members, as well access to complimentary marketing programs and related support.
In addition to lodging and hospitality-oriented clients, a wide range of other types of businesses are also encouraged to join and become members of this exclusive group as well. And unlike competitors such as Yelp, Trip Advisor, or Google Places, TAVG is exclusive to paying memberships only. TAVG members all pay an annual recurring membership fee, and therefore only compete with other paying members for business from website and app patrons, limiting their competition, and maximizing their exposure.
Monster Arts CEO, Wayne Irving adds, “Membership in TAVG adds one more level of prestige to TAVG member businesses; similar to Better Business Bureau, AAA, or Good Sam’s Club. TAVG is poised to continue to grow throughout 2014 at an impressive rate. We are excited to see the system work and watch the usage traffic, sharing, and download volume.”
TAVG members have the opportunity to manage their own mobile marketing campaigns through their associative administrative accounts, updating their profile data, approving user comments, uploading Internet and mobile advertising banners, choosing advertising campaign options, and many other features.
About Travel America Visitor Guide (TAVG)
Travel America Visitor Guide, originally a group of more than 400 websites and Smartphone apps, now all combined into one known as the Travel America Visitor Guide, is a concept that takes advantage of the burgeoning travel industry by providing an exclusive directory of investigated; places to stay,places to eat, and things to do. TAVG is a wholly owned division of Monster Arts, Inc. is committed to providing its membership with the ability to develop and maintain an intimate connection between their businesses and potential consumers or customers who look to have the best experiences while traveling.
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