WiFi Marketing Advertising Information

Wi-Fi Marketing is the future of mobile phone marketing because it allows your business to send adverts and messages to people with iPhones, Blackberrys and android phones. These customers may not have access to Bluetooth but would certainly want to take advantage of using a Wi-Fi connection. With most people using their phones to access the Internet, the Wi-Fi Marketing service will help your business reach out to those people – whether it is to raise awareness about crime or to advertise your latest special offer.

The way it works is similar to the way that Bluetooth advertising works. To get started you upload your content onto one of the Wi-Fi devices and choose a Bluetooth Friendly name and a Wi-Fi Friendly name. Then the unit will broadcast out your Wi-Fi network. When a customer sees your network and connects to it, your advert will be displayed.


In addition to having a more powerful mobile advertising tool you also gain the following benefits:

  • Our technology a one-off investment for your company and will be a useful marketing tool for years
  • It works with phones, laptops and Tablet PC's meaning a greater reach to your potential target market.

We can also provide your business with QR-Codes, which allow your customers to scan in a code, using their mobile phone, and get information about your business. Find out more about our QR-Code service by clicking here.


For more information or to make a purchase please call us on 0800 633 8485.


Click here for Frequently Asked Questions regarding Wi-Fi Marketing.


Click here to see the Wi-Fi products we have available.


TextBlue also now offer Mobile Websites for businesses, click here to find out more.

 
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