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Proximity Marketing

Provide real-time push notifications and promotions automatically to customers who pass a physical Beacon at your  business location. Think of beacons as “buttons or links to the physical world around you”.

1. Attract new customers – Implement a pull strategy

With our beacons deployed at your storefront, you can directly communicate with your consumer’s phone and tell her about specials, discounts and coupons. The outcome of such campaigns is positive because, for example, coffee shop owners have a much more robust picture of what customers are doing in and around their stores, and they can base their offers on data rather than assumptions. For most of our customers owning a coffee shop, the click-through-rate (CTR) is 3-4%, which is 30 times the CTR of a Facebook ad!

 

2. Inform customers about your services/events to bring them back

You might be offering a suite of services for your customers at the coffee shop, such as free WiFi, electrical outlets at each table for laptops, poetry readings and more, but it’s important to inform them about it at the right place and time. And our beacons are just pro in it!

Also, to widen the reach, push a shareable link about the service/event so that they can forward it to friends and family as well.

 

3. Push loyalty programs to win frequent patrons

Loyalty programs can be as simple as notifications with the promise of receiving every Nth cup of coffee free, which can be attractive to daily coffee drinkers. These offers are most effective while customers are paying their bills.

4. Quantify the success of your marketing campaigns

For local businesses, it is important to understand what works and what doesn’t. Budget dedicated to marketing fails only when one cannot numerically predict the ROI from it. One of the major faults in billboards, fliers, magazine ads etc. is that you cannot measure the impact. It is difficult to learn what language connects best with the mass, which places are the best for advertisement etc.

 

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Our Bluetooth Smart™ Proximity Beacon (Indoor): Purchase Cost: $25 (Regular $37.95) | Setup: $25 (One Time Fee) | Monthly Charge: $25 (1 to 3 Beacons) | Changes: (URL, Output, Range) $10 per Beacon
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Why progressive web apps beat native apps, hands down

The market for mobile apps is booming. In fact, the demand for apps is so high that the average mobile user engages with their downloaded (‘native’) mobile apps eight times more than they do mobile web.

What Are Progressive Web Apps?

“Progressive Web Applications take advantage of new technologies to bring the best of mobile sites and native applications to users. They’re reliable, fast and engaging.”– Google Developers

Before Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) were introduced, the two best options for a mobile presence were native apps or a website optimised for mobile use. Unfortunately, neither was all encompassing.

When you need one or the other (but neither is right)

Each option had its strengths. Apps work offline, but websites update content around the clock. Apps send push notifications, but mobile web is indexed in Google. For every reason to select one medium, there was an equally compelling reason to select the other. The most interesting discrepancy, however, pertains to user engagement.

Capturing the Best of Both Worlds

PWAs are the hybrid child of native apps and mobile web, taking all the good and leaving all the bad. They look, feel and function like mobile apps, but they have the access, availability and low barrier-to-entry of websites. Google engineer Alex Russell, the man behind Progressive Web Apps, puts it plainly:

These apps aren’t packaged and deployed through stores, they’re just websites that took all the right vitamins. They keep the web’s ask-when-you-need-it permission model and add in new capabilities like being […] on your home screen, and in your notification tray. Users don’t have to make a heavyweight choice [to install] up-front and don’t implicitly sign up for something dangerous just by clicking on a link. Sites that want to send you notifications or be on your home screen have to earn that right over time as you use them more and more. They progressively become “apps”

Get it?

What it’s not

To understand what a PWA is and why it is so special, you need to get rid of the categorisation that we’re all so used to dealing with. To make things easy, it might actually make more sense to describe what a PWA is not.

It’s not a native app, so it’s not bound by the same structure. You don’t need to get it from the App Store or any other marketplace. You don’t need to download and install it on your mobile device. You don’t have to update it once a month to make sure you’ve got all the current features.

Similarly, it’s not a traditional mobile website. You don’t need a constant internet connection for it to function. You don’t have to navigate the web to find it. You don’t need to sacrifice intuitive mobile controls, like swiping left or right.

Benefits for Users

Compared to native apps, PWAs are in a whole other league. The benefits that they offer users are unmatched by anything else available on the web.

1. Ability to function offline

Even though they are websites, PWAs don’t require an internet connection in order to offer users some measure of functionality. This becomes increasingly true for apps that the user engages frequently.

2. No updates required

Many native apps are redeveloped regularly. As a result, they require the newest hardware and operating systems or else they won’t function. David Merrell, of the Washington Post, says, “The reason it’s called ‘progressive’ is because the experience gets progressively better depending on what technology is available in the device.” That means that modern devices have the best experience, but even ancient mobile devices can have some functionality.

3. No install necessary

PWAs have no barrier to entry. “It lets people interact with it like an app without the hassle of downloading it.”

4. Avoid the App Store

Don’t worry about dealing with app marketplaces anymore. PWAs are as freely available as any other site on the web and don’t require special accounts to get access.

5. Low data requirements

Native apps can monopolise lots of the room on your phone or tablet, forcing you to delete photos and other software or risk running out of space. PWAs use almost nothing and give you a better experience.

6. Simple navigation

You can add home screen buttons for all your favourite PWAs, saving time when you want to use them. Since PWAs are a mobile-only experience, they are also designed with mobile users in mind. That means you get traditional app navigation like swiping left or right.

PWA vs Native, Side by Side

In some regards, Progressive Web Apps and native apps are very similar, but when it comes down to convenience, there’s really no comparison. Here’s how they look side by side.

PWA-vs-Native-App

The PWA takes this one, hands down!

~ Ignite Online • https://igniteonline.com.au/blog/why-progressive-web-apps-beat-native-apps-hands-down

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Observing the messaging behaviour of different respondent age groups shows a clear correlation towards a preference for an instantaneous messaging system for emerging generations of smartphone users.
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STEP 1: Distribute The Punch Card

Customers can easily download your Punch Card to their Mobile Wallet on their iPhone, Android or Windows phone by clicking a URL, scanning a QR code, tapping an NFC Tag, or by clicking an SMS link.

 

STEP 2: GPS & Beacon Notifications

Customers who’ve downloaded your Punch Card will get a custom lock screen notification when they come within a certain defined area of your city or in-store with the use of Beacons. This acts as a gentle reminder to customers to come visit the business and get rewarded for doing so.

 

 

STEP 3: Customer Scans Punch Card

You, the business owner or your staff can securely validate the Punch Card and award an additional “Punch” that’s instantly added to the customer’s Mobile Wallet Punch Card. No more carrying around “old school” paper or plastic Punch Cards.

STEP 4: Reward Loyal Customers

Once a customer has reached the campaign goal, they receive a mobile reward in their mobile wallet, such as a Free Coffee, which they can easily redeem at the point of sale. You, the business owner is content because the transaction was accurate and secure and the customers leave happy after being rewarded for their loyalty.

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Empower Your Critical Alert System With Texting

No one likes to think about it, but every company should have a disaster plan in place. Especially with recent events like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, now is the time to reflect on the best way to keep our coworkers and families safe. That’s because if catastrophe does strike, you have mere seconds to alert those affected.

Text messaging is the most immediate communication channel, which makes it particularly effective for critical situations. Here’s how:

Our unique Smart Targeting enables you to send alerts to only the people affected, so you don’t needlessly worry those who aren’t. For example, if your Edmonton office is shut down due to a winter storm, there’s no need to immediately notify your office in Calgary.
Prompt those affected to respond “Yes” or “No” for whether or not they are in need of assistance so you can assess the situation instantaneously.
Create automated disaster protocols that minimize your manual tasks, so you can focus on making sure everyone is safe. For example:

A university would first send out an alert about the situation, and ask students if they’re currently on campus.
For those who reply “No”, they would automatically be sent a notice telling them to stay away, and subsequent alerts as the situation unfolds. If the student replies “Yes”, they would automatically be asked which building they are in.
Based on their answer, the student would automatically be sent that building’s specific evacuation route.

Just in case someone never checks their texts or simply isn’t near their mobile, you can still contact them by sending the alert via email, social media, and voice calls.
Don’t just send messages, receive them so you can answer questions and communicate with those in need of help.
If you are unable to reach your computer due to the disaster, you can still access our system from your mobile phone to send a message to your entire distribution list.

Contact Alberta Mobile Marketing and strategize your disaster plan today, so you’re not caught off guard without it.