This week’s ANZ23mthings was #thing4 – maps and checking in. I signed up to FourSquare last year but barely use it. Why not? Because living in a rural area and not travelling a lot, there aren’t any places for me to check in to.
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There is no way I could agree to that without it going to our legal department, and the CEO, and I doubt either would be thrilled to sign up. Which leaves me stuck. I can see that if we did more all the tourists passing through who do FourSquare would love to sign in, and it could be a good marketing tool. But I can’t just sign up and cross my fingers…
Have you struck this problem, and what did you do about it? Any advice appreciated.