Good app for local business promotion in WiFi City
I have released a product that support people as a tool in marketing.
So, how would you like to tap into the power of the WiFi Network to promote your existing local business? If you answered 'Yes!' and if you live in a Wi-Fi City, then this application is for you.
Paid version is located here:
As you know, the number of public Wi-Fi hotspots is expected to increase by 350 percent in the next four years, as operators look for ways to offload traffic from their mobile networks, according to a report by market research company Informa Telecoms and Media. By 2015 users around the world will be able to connect to 5.8 million public hotspots, Informa wrote in the "Global developments in public Wi-Fi" report, which was commissioned by Wireless Broadband Alliance.
Theses hotspots are located at restaurants, train stations, airports, military bases, libraries, hotels, hospitals, coffee shops, bookstores, fuel stations, department stores, supermarkets, RV parks and campgrounds, public pay phones, and other public places. Many universities and schools have wireless networks in their campus.
Imagine that you are cosmetics seller in a commercial center and after your creating sale-off news and immediately all of using WiFi customers in this center receive this from you. As a Seller in today’s market, you should expect nothing more than this, shouldn’t you?
Specially, you can attract and encourage users to help you in promoting your business by the news which included Voucher Point. Just ask your customers to install WOMMA and receive Gift Voucher news from you. User will achieve a point after the news spread to another user. So, if you set 50 as Voucher Points in your news, then your customers have to spread it to 50 people to achieve 50 points to gain your Gift Voucher or discount.
It means that 500(50 x 10) people know about your business if there are 10 users gained your Gift Vouchers in this case.
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