- Pressemitteilung BoxID 150574
Map points to creative places
The Fashionoffice Map is the new social media feature, which can be used passively and actively
Probably most of the internet users know how to handle a Google map. Since four weeks, Fashionoffice fills an own map with information about interesting fashion-related places. The new social media feature Fashionoffice Map can be used passively by the users such as embedding the map into a website or blog, setting a hyperlink to the map in general or to a selected point, or sending the link by email.
The RSS data feature makes this map so practical! The RSS data can be uploaded into another personalized map. For example: a user with an own map on Google can import the data from the Fashionoffice Map with interesting fashion points worldwide. If a user has already an own map with relevant points, Fashionoffice can import these interesting points from the other map and spread the information to the users of the magazine.
Invitation to send fashion schedules on a map
In January, February and March, Fashionoffice has received many show schedules for the fashion weeks in Paris, London, New York etc. Unfortunately, time is limited at Fashionoffice and not all of the interesting information that was sent could be published. But now, Fashionoffice can integrate Google map RSS into the magazine. Fashionoffice hopes that the new service provides a better overview when and where a fashion event happens so that designers, the shows, and showrooms can be found easily.
Get more information about the founders of Fashionoffice and the magazine's history.
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