Category Geofencing Uses
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Insights On Mobile Marketing For Companies & Brands. Welcome to Thumbvista's Insights where you will find articles on the latest mobile strategies, research, the latest technology, and thought leadership in mobile marketing. Thumbvista is a global company based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
With the new year comes new technology and new marketing challenges. Thumbvista’s mantra is to provide a more relevant ad experience for the marketer and their customer, but in 2019 a more personalized and relevant marketing experience will be more important than ever. We’ve taken a look back at the last few years of client
Case Study: Local Government marketing for social service “Ride Share” for Commuters. Geofencing Mobile Display Ads for Local Government Case Study Challenge: To promote new ride share program for county to the population that was currently using public transportation. Solution: Thumbvista geofences main commuter areas including bus stops and train stations promoting new program with link
For any business, opening a new location is an exciting, but overwhelming time. Between thinking through the location development, operational logistics, and hiring and training new employees, a company also needs to have a sound marketing and advertising strategy ready to go long before they open their doors on their first day of business. If
Reaching the right audience is crucial for any marketing campaign. Location can help add relevance to a mobile advertising campaign and the more dense the audience in a given space the less ad waste you will have. There are few places to advertise over an area to reach an audience of mobile users that are
Recruiting the right candidate for a highly-skilled job opening can be a bit like searching for a needle in a haystack. Traditional forms of advertising don’t make sense when you consider 99.9% of people viewing it won’t be qualified. But what if you could target the right candidate, at the right place and time? Thumbvista’s
In a recent study it said the majority of marketers (63%) planned on investing more in live events in the 2018-19 both in budget and number of events. (Bizzabo,). Trying to capture attention at an event can be challenging for any marketer. Event marketing is typically a pay-to-play game in which the top sponsors get top
How to Improve the Mobile Brand Experience with Relevance The mobile brand experience extends beyond ensuring your website is mobile-friendly, though that’s always a good starting point. The mobile brand experience can begin one of two ways: One: the user performs a search and comes across your brand in their search results. Provided you have
Geofences are simply virtual perimeters, within which an advertiser or marketer runs digital ads. But how do they work? And what’s the right size for a geofence? We’ll attempt to break down those answers here. How does geofencing work? Geofences are built using specific – and often times, software that takes the longitude and
Geofencing is still a very new advertising technology for many marketers. Below is a list of our top 5 most popular geofencing questions, answered. How many locations can I target? As many as you want. We’ve supported campaigns for just one location, and we’ve supported campaigns that included more than 100 locations. It all depends
Challenge: Increase enrollment in multiple focus areas including: veterans, adult/back-to-school, master’s program, online, and general enrollment. Solution: Middlesex Community College segmented each focus area using specific demographic information which influenced the creative development process for each advertisement. Using a story-telling format, each ad focused on one of several key benefits of attending Middlesex Community College.