What a site wants… What a site needs… and Business Development 2.0
November 8, 2007
We’ve been having many talks with sites that are interested in integrating Palore’s rich local content. As some of you know, we’ve started providing local search sites and IYP sites with feeds of our content that enrich their sites.
We’re currently working with two types of sites: Local sites that have a variety of information on businesses in specific locations (e.g. Los Angeles, Boston, etc.), and vertical sites that have in depth information on a specific attribute or characteristic of businesses on establishments nationwide (e.g. vegetarian, wi-fi information, etc.). It’s interesting to see how vertical sites (such as menu sites) want reviews and descriptions (basic info on various locations), and local sites (such as city guides) want menus, wi-fi information and wine details to enrich their content.
Well, you know that there’s an abundance of information out there and it’s a good feeling to know that we can save our partners scraping efforts and multiple business development deals (See Fred Wilson‘s Business Development 2.0 post).