"WiFi Marketing is a marketing technique that uses a physical location’s guest WiFi landing pages and access point(s) to collect customers names, contact information and demographics while measuring their behavior data at the location. The data is then used to create targeted remarketing campaigns to influence customers to increase their visit frequency and spend, and measure their satisfaction in real time."
Customer profiling is a great way to get a detailed portrait of your current customer base to help you make smarter, more effective marketing decisions as you engage your customers on a more personal level. Using customer profiles, your customers can be broken down into segments, or groups, based on certain demographics and behaviors.
This year’s holiday season is well underway. With Black Friday and the shopping season right around the corner, one thing is for sure. There will be millions of retail shoppers and restaurant-goers who are ready to spend a great deal of money.
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When most marketers think of content marketing, they think of the online variety. To be fair, the internet is a perfect medium for content marketing. But it's often forgotten that this powerful marketing strategy began long before the idea of the World Wide Web was even conceived.
“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.” — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, physician, author
The most effective marketing campaigns are built on solid, reliable data. For brick-and-mortar marketing campaigns, WiFi analytics can bring you exactly the type of data you need.
With the emphasis on security for all credit and debit card transactions, it’s important for every organization that accepts credit payments to understand the details of Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standards.
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Is mobile technology worth the money and time for restaurant owners to invest in? Well, consider a 2018 Pew Research Survey that shows 94% of adults aged 18-29 in the United States own a smartphone. In addition, 89% of smartphone users are 30-49. If you are going to reach them, you must reach them through the device they use the most: their smartphone. The same survey showed that 49% of Millennials prefer a digital restaurant receipt to a paper receipt. That age group is the most opinionated, adept, and engaged group of mobile users anywhere. Here are six reasons why mobile technology is worth the effort for restaurant owners.
You've done all the work to gather information to use email to get your customers coming back again and again. You may have gotten their email addresses a number of ways. If you collected the addresses through your free Wi-Fi or social media accounts, you probably already know a lot of things about your customers, including things like their: name; address; gender; educational level; marital status; income; and more. You would like to send personalized emails, but it seems like too much work. Don't worry. It's not. Here are simple ways to send personalized emails in far less time.
A Wi-Fi login page isn't just an extra step for your customers. It provides your business with a way to gather customer intelligence, personalize experiences, and improve your marketing strategy. But let's back up a bit. What is a Wi-Fi login page and does your business really need one?
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As a business owner, it's important to understand who your customers really are. After all, without them your business wouldn't exist. For this reason, it's integral that you are able to meet the demands of your customers to achieve a competitive advantage. One of the best ways to do this is by collecting customer data.
Customers are spending an increasing amount of time online and because of that, the options of gathering customer data have advanced beyond measure. Collecting this data will not only help you build a loyal base of customers, but will assist in attracting potential new customers as well. Here's why collecting customer data is essential to your business.