Why using “Presence Analytics” will grow your customer base guaranteed! How many potential clients are passing your business daily, entering your business, logging onto your wifi and engaging. Know, understand and sell more….
One really bad review can truly hurt (not just psychologically, but in the pocket book) and you can spend hours, days, and even weeks doing costly damage control. On the flip side – what if every new happy guest left your review a 5 star review?! Ask about our new reputation management system to increase 5 STAR REVIEWS and minimize complaints! Keep complaints off-line and private – learn about your customer issues and solve them without airing your dirty laundry all over the internet. Ask us how – We do it all for you!
LiFi, 5G & more new technologies are on the horizon. WiFi hot spots are projected to grow 400% in the next 3 years. We are becoming more connected all the time. For those of us who are not “techies” but run a business – it is imperative to embrace the personal way that monetizing your Guest WiFi allows you to connect to generation “Z” who will make up 40% of all consumers world wide by the end of 2020. What is the expression?… Evolve or die!
As a business you should never give your WiFi password to guests. Handing out your password poses a major security risk for your business & customers. However, many businesses do so, in response to customer demand for free WiFi. 79% of customers make their shopping & dining decisions in part based on the availability of free guest WiFi. Learn more for a safer way!
See Forbes 2020 predictions for digital marketing – with tight budgets businesses will be looking for marketing $’s that serve multiple purposes for bang for the buck. Insider WiFi is the perfect solution!Excerpt from article link below: Expect Tighter Looks At Marketing Budgets. “With an impending economic recession and political uncertainty, companies will look at how they are spending their dollars on service-related items,” says Apolinski. “Because of this, companies will be more critical and discerning of what service agencies are brought in, including talking to past clients and looking at consistent thought leadership.”