NTA to Promote BusRates on Website
The United Motorcoach Association has secured an agreement with its travel industry partner, the National Tour Association, to post information about BusRates.com on the home page of the NTA website.
Motorcoach Marketing: Web Presence Website is Not Sufficient to Harness Internet Power
Building a website isn’t enough to turn the power of the internet into an effective business tool, says Mark Greer, founder and CEO of BusRates.com.
Leveraging the Internet to Boost Sales
More and more charter orders, contract work, corporate shuttles and other lucrative pieces of business are coming through the internet. At the UMA Expo, we discuss leveraging the Internet to boost sales for charter bus rental companies
Are You Paying Attention to Your Customer Service?
Are You Paying Attention to Your Customer Service? Are Operators in Touch? We ask charter bus rental customers to tell us more.
Using Internet Wisely is Valuable Marketing Strategy
Mark Greer, founder of BusRates.com, the online database of charter bus companies, used internet statistics to make the point that a Website is critical to effectively marketing a motorcoach company.
Maximizing Your Charter Bus Website
How to Maximize your Charter Bus Website – presentation notes from the UMA Expo Seminar in San Francisco
Strategic Partnership is Arranged Between UMA
The United Motorcoach Association and BusRates.com have announced a strategic partnership that will allow UMA operator members to join BusRates.com at reduced rates.
Coach Operator Recounts Experiences with Bus Brokers
Coach Operator Recounts Experiences with Bus Brokers by Dean Golden, Operations Manager at West Valley Charter Lines in Campbell, Calif.
Article: School Transportation News January 2007
BusRates.com, a consumer advocate directory and guide with more than 450 member companies nationwide, reports that 10.7 percent of its approximately 57,000 Web site visitors each month are searching specifically for school bus providers, but there is a shortage of school bus companies.
Operators Seek Ways to Cope with Brokers
While executives at some coach companies say they’ve had good experiences with selected brokers, many others complain of a wide range of problems.