Category Archive: Opencaching.us

You Asked, OX Answers

Late last year It’s Not About The Numbers sought help to interview OpenCaching.com. Here are two of the questions submitted by our readers and the OX replies  … CRAIGRAT OF AUSTRALIA ASKS: “Do you think that opening the site up as early as you did caused more harm than good?” OX REPLIES: “By launching OpenCaching.com …

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First There Was Munzee, Now There’s BIT Caching

It seems the crew at Opencaching.US have jumped on the QR code bandwagon and produced BIT Caching. A BIT Cache (Bound ID Tag) simply refers to the fact it is a small laminated card. So what’s the difference between a Munzee and a BIT Cache? Well, it seems that with BIT Caching you don’t need …

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Google gives interesting Insight into listing services

Google Insight provides some interesting data on peoples interest in geocaching listing services. For those unfamiliar with the tool Google Insight: analyzes a portion of worldwide Google web searches from all Google domains to compute how many searches have been done for the terms you’ve entered, relative to the total number of searches done on …

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Welcome to: Opencaching.us

With the introduction of opencaching.com last year there was a lot of talk about geocache listing services. One of the things we noticed was that there wasn’t much of a focus on what the other listing services were and what they offered. In an attempt to rectify this we have invited the other listing services to write a …

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