LONDON, February 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
A brand new online forum, http://www.LimoForum.com, aimed specifically at the limousine rental industry celebrated its official launch this week, days after the popular and long-standing web forum, LimoChat, was closed down due to an influx of negative comments aimed at site NLCA (National Limousine & Chauffeur Association) and other forum members.
The timing of LimoForum.com's launch has proved especially timely as the new online chat website has succeeded in acting as a crossover for forum members who were left without any form of online platform following the abrupt closure of LimoChat. As a direct result, the membership of LimoForum.com has rocketed since its launch with new members flooding to the site every hour.
One of the marked differences between the now defunct LimoChat and the new LimoForum is that the latter welcomes limo hire operators from across the world having a definite international feel with members from throughout the UK and Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Asia all being invited to join the web forum.
It's understood that LimoChat, which has been operating from many years and owned by The National Limousine and Chauffeur Association, was taken offline after the site managers reported a sharp increase in the number of derogatory and offensive comments being posted on the forum, often targeting members of the NLCA. After continued efforts to police the forum failed, the site bosses took the decision to close LimoChat and concentrate their efforts on other areas of the association instead.
Luckily for those members of LimoChat who were suddenly told their membership had been cancelled and the forum taken offline, a brand new limousine chat site, LimoForum.com has stepped into the breach offering a safe and secure space for professional limo hire operators to interact and communicate.
LimoForum has a team of website managers in place who will act swiftly to remove any members who break the forum rules, which include targeting other forum members or posting negative comments. Any form of abuse will not be tolerated on LimoForum and policies are in place to ensure a similar situation such as the one experienced by LimoChat does not arise.
http://www.limoforum.com have plans to develop an iPhone App to support the growing demand of social media. A new Twitter page, @Limo_Forum has also been for those who like to Tweet. A national limo rental directory is also under development so that members can full advantage of being a part of a growing community.
If you're looking for a safe and friendly environment in which to discuss the latest news from the limo and luxury transport industry, share your knowledge, advertise your brand and seek advice on anything from licensing laws to tips on website design, sign up for free membership with LimoFourm.com now.
For more details, please visit: http://www.limoforum.com/