Openbay’s founder and CEO, Rob Infantino, was interviewed by Auto Insurance Specialists (AIS) for their Expert Interview Series.  Click here to read the full interview. Background on AIS Auto Insurance Specialists provides insurance coverage for motorcycle, classic car, boat and watercraft, motor home, recreational vehicle, homeowners, renters, condo owners, earthquake, mobile home, flood, umbrella, life, business, and…

Marketing Strategies for Auto Repair Shops

Hubspot, the two-billion-dollar ‘inbound marketing’ company, recently hosted its massive INBOUND conference here in Boston. We joined, with an eye toward learning some useful marketing strategies for auto repair shops, so we could share with our community of service providers. The focus of INBOUND was — appropriately —  “inbound” marketing, or creating content — blogs, social…

auto Reviews & car Advice for women from Ruby Davis, Founder of ChickDriven

 Following ChickDriven‘s recent review of Openbay, we connected with the site’s founder, Ruby Davis, to learn more about her new venture. ChickDriven touts itself as “America’s primary car website for women.” It features a new perspective on automotive reviews and general car advice for women. Davis had just returned from the SEMA show, where she’d…

Are Clinton and Trump Bumper Stickers Driving You Mad?

Openbay Survey Reveals On-Road Reactions to Presidential-Race Politics CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Nov 2, 2016) – As the political climate heats up in the last week of the presidential race, Openbay, the award-winning auto-repair marketplace, surveyed U.S. vehicle owners to learn how news of the U.S. presidential race affects them while behind the wheel. Here’s Some Top-line…

presidential political bumper stickers Openbay

  The U.S. presidential-election day is on November 8th; you’ve registered to vote, right? Tensions are running high, as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton inspire gossip and groan-worthy headlines. If your car or truck sports a political bumper sticker, chances are you’ve inspired the occasional gossip or groan from your fellow road-goers, too. The Power of Political Bumper Stickers Do…