Track Online Ads to Offline Foot Traffic

by Mary Coombs on September 18,2019

Conversion Zone Tracking - Store or Office Visitors

With GeoFencing technology, we can now track the number of people who saw your ads and then actually visited your storefront or office.

Can you successfully measure foot traffic from TV, billboard, radio, or direct mail ads? Possibly, if you place only special offers through those mediums. But, for the most part it's very difficult to attribute and measure these results. 

Not so, with GeoFencing and Conversion Zone Tracking. When a person's mobile device ID has been captured inside the GeoFence and serves your ad via that same mobile device, we can track them all the way back to the store front.

Does Facebook Advertising Work?

by Mary Coombs on August 16,2019

I'm frequently asked, "Does Facebook advertising work?" 

My answer is a resounding YES!

For our clients, FB advertising outperforms Google Ads, radio, billboards, and even organic search results (SEO), and those work too...just not as well.

It's all about the data and measuring return-on-investment. 

If you think Facebook (and it's integrated partner platform Instagram) is simply where you keep up with family and friends, and therefore not a good place to advertise your product or service, that's a good assumption... AND you're wrong.

Content Strategy Drives Web Design

by Katie Coombs on August 6,2019

Our company goal is to help clients grow their business by implementing a content strategy to attain leads and drive sales.  We often find that upon meeting with a new client’s leadership, the feedback is that everyone is aware the current website “needs a bit of work, but it’s ok.” They insist we use what the company already has and insert a successful content strategy into it. Or, they don’t have the budget for a redesign right now, proceed with the content. The trouble with that thinking is that it’s near impossible to generate leads with content marketing, when your website’s design and/or user experience aren’t very good.

10 Best Practices for Geofencing

by Katie Coombs on July 16,2019

Geofencing gives companies the ability to show their digital ads to people who have been in very precise areas (within inches of a building), and target users on their mobile devices, tablets and desktops. Generally, people keep the location services on their cell phones turned on. When a person walks into a geofenced area with their cell phone, targeted ads are served to their phones and other devices via the various apps they use and websites they visit. For instance, we "Geofence" a trade show location, and the phones and tablets of that show's attendees. Because they entered the "geofence", they now see our specifically targeted ads.  We know their interests. They are at the trade show! We have even target competitor location(s) for our clients. This gives advertisers very specifically focused and targeted reach with their ad spend, and precise ways to measure their results.

If you decide geofencing is for ...