Ground-breaking technology that lets businesses legally steal customers directly from their competition. Geo Conquesting is like having a surveillance system in the competitor’s Grocery business, which is so effective that it’s kind of scary!

Just imagine what would happen if suddenly your competition was able to have their ads all over your customer’s smart phones while they were in your Grocery bussiness?

Then to make matters even worse… what if your competitor’s Grocery business were able to have their ads displayed on all of your customer’s computers at home and at work?

Devestating, right? … but here is the good news:

We have an opening for Grocery in your geo-location. But you have to act fast because this is high in demand and only the first one that commits will have an exclusive on the technology in this area.

 

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What Everyone Ought To Know About Hyperlocal Advertising

 

Hyperlocal contextual marketing creates relationship with the customers

Thanks to this innovative marketing technique, business owners are able to create a relationship with their customer that goes beyond the simple advice to buy at that very moment when the potential customer is in a specific area. Geo-conquesting allows the business owner first to connect the real world with digital devices, and secondly follow up with prospects by cross-device retargeting - even after they have left the fenced area where the first contact was made. Furthermore, thanks to big data and contextual advertising the marketer can now laser target interest based and extend the customer's experience to different contexts, which is great for cross-selling and increasing the lifetime customer value.

 

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What Everyone Ought To Know About Hyperlocal Advertising

 

A Location Based Service is critical to local businesses and organizations to gather real insights from data tied to a specific location

Hyperlocal networking is more commonly referred to as a user "check-in". Near LBS - also known as NLBS involves hyperlocal-range technologies like WLAN, Bluetooth low energy, infrared and/or RFID / Near field communication. These networking systems are deployed to match mobile devices to nearby services. This method allows a person to access information based on their proximity to a geo-location; This is very suitable for use in indoor premises or restricted areas. Another alternative is an operator- and GPS-independent location service based on access into the deep level telecoms network (SS7). This system provides accurate and quick determination of geographical coordinates of mobile phone numbers by delivering operator-independent location data and this even works for handsets that are not GPS-enabled. GPS and GSM do not work well inside buildings, so other technologies are being deployed, including co-pilot beacon for CDMA networks, Wifi, UWB, Bluetooth, and RFID.