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Category: Proximity Marketing

real time passenger feedback for airports
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Providing internet access to passengers is an essential part of the airport experience. However, it can also be a challenge for airports to provide a secure, reliable, and cost-effective Guest WiFi network. Thankfully, airports are increasingly turning to guest WiFi solutions like Purple to help deliver great online experiences and inform changes to benefit offline…

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Successful promotional marketing allows businesses to grow and scale over time creating brand loyalty and recognition. In this blog, we’re going to cover how businesses can use Purple’s Guest WiFi solution to achieve a more granular and focused approach to their marketing and a better understanding of who their customers are. 62% of consumers would…

purple wifi advertising
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Many businesses are looking for new ways to reach their target audience, and year after year are continually using the same techniques such as PPC and social media advertising. These options, while sometimes effective, are getting more expensive as businesses compete for the attention of their desired audience. For example, 64% of brands are looking…

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Improving customer engagement and increasing revenue has always been at the forefront of any marketeer’s mind, but how often do these methods last before a new solution is required? Purple’s new ‘Revenue Sharing Program’ is introducing a new way for customers to create additional revenue streams that come at no extra cost! Too good to…

WiFi proximity marketing
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What is proximity marketing and why is it used? Proximity marketing is a communication strategy that businesses use to maximize engagement with customers in real-time within a targeted space. Real-time comms used in proximity marketing will often consist of advertising campaigns, customer support options, as well as many other engagement strategies that adopt a ‘right…

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The first commercial satnav was released in 1990 as a revolutionary built-in feature for the Mazda Eunos Cosmo, and yet in 2021 we can order an Uber through a mobile application, see how far away the driver is, get to our destination on the quickest route possible all while sharing our location or eta with…

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