mobile app development

Six Clever Business That Used Geo-Fencing Successfully

If you haven’t integrated geo-fencing into your business, there is a definite chance you are missing sales, engagement, and ultimately, a more loyal customer base. If you need a refresher on what geo-fencing is all about, here is the simplest way we can explain it.

Geo-fencing is a location-based service that businesses can use to pique the interest of their audience by sending relevant messages to their phones when they enter a predefined location or geographic area.

While a geo-fence provides the framework for reaching an audience within a boundary, it is important to remember that it does not contact the audience for you. The end-user must have location settings enabled so that a notification is pushed to reach the end-user in real-time.

How to Increase the Money Your Customers Spend via Your Mobile app

Mobile apps are big business. When we say big business, we mean SERIOUSLY big business. According to stats from BuildFire, between 2016 and 2017 there was a 35% increase in spending via mobile apps.

This means that if you don’t have a mobile app for your business, you need to get one. If you do have one, you need to maximise the amount of money your customers spend with you using your mobile app because, as can be seen by the numbers, people are keen to spend money using their smart device - be it a tablet or smartphone.