How can my business be bookable on Facebook?

Did you know there’s over 2.07 billion active Facebook users monthly?1 A few weeks ago, we mentioned how important it is to be bookable on Google. It’s just as important to be thinking about how to make your business successful on Facebook. Many consumers visit Facebook multiple times every day, sharing experiences with friends and

Watch How Pingup Makes Your Business Bookable Online

Watch our new video to learn more about how a Pingup Bookable subscription can help your business be bookable everywhere consumers are searching online. Pingup partners with major search engines to enable a booking button on business listings in online search results. That button leads to a booking website that you customize for your business.

Pingup Expands Publisher Network with YP

Pingup Expands Publisher Network to Connect Local Service Businesses with 250 Million Monthly Local Searches* February 17, 2016 – Pingup, the nation’s largest scheduling aggregation platform, today announced a deal with YP, a leading local marketing solutions provider and the #2 local search destination in the U.S.** This deal with YP expands Pingup’s publisher network

Pingup included in BIA/Kelsey video on Local Service Commerce

BIA/Kelsey recently published a video titled “Service Commerce: The Real Local Opportunity” that includes and interview between Booker CEO Josh McCarter and Mike Boland, Chief Analyst & VP at BIA/Kelsey. McCarter also provides an insightful overview of the $2.5 trillion “service commerce” opportunity in the U.S. “This is the opportunity that SMB management platform Booker calls “service commerce.”

Pingup’s VP of Business Development on Benjamin’s Desk

Katie Cohen from Benjamin’s Desk draws attention to Pingup’s Ron Braunfeld and his veteran entrepreneurship skills and knowledge in business development. The article highlights his role in Pingup and his prior contributions to companies like SnipSnap, and WHERE. “For nearly 20 years, Ron Braunfeld has been elbow deep in the world of the Internet and

Pingup in The Boston Globe: E-booking for services is overdue

Globe correspondent Scott Kirsner spoke with Pingup CEO Mark Slater last week about Pingup’s role in online scheduling and the challenges scheduling software companies face in trying to sell their services to small and mid-sized businesses. Here are some of the article highlights: Another Boston company, Pingup, hopes to play a slightly different role in