Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Upcoming Webinar: How to Use Geofencing in Mobile Surveys


Make your Mobile Surveys more powerful using Geofencing Best Practices


Join us for this webinar Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 10am San Francisco time / 1pm New York time / 6pm London time (and Friday, May 3rd at 3:00am Sydney time).


What is Geofencing?


Geofencing is the ability to place a virtual fence around a geographic location such that when a mobile device enters the radius, a survey can be triggered. In this webinar you will learn how to use geolocation to make your surveys more powerful and reach a larger audience.


Today there are many applications that track location using GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. Geofencing is a newer and better tool that allows companies to send targeted alerts to opted in mobile devices to consumers in a specific barrier. Geofencing can trigger a survey to consumers at the location you desire.  

Using geofencing and geo-targeted messages, you can be more effective and likely see consumers will take action. Using an opt-in audience in combination with location gives you the power to drive more consumers in. A great way to use geofencing wold be to trigger a survey and when complete give a reward or credit for them to drive return attendance higher. 

Survey Analytics will be presenting a cost-efficient way to engage your consumers using geolocation. From timing the message to composing the message we will explain how your business can benefit from using geofencing to trigger mobile surveys. 

Topics in this webinar will include: 


  • An overview of geofencing and scenarios in which you would use it 
  • How you can send surveys to someone at a store or particular event 
  • How geofencing triggers a notification within the desired boundaries 
  • The best practices of geofencing in mobile surveys 
  • Why geofencing is important 
  • The future of geofencing and location sharing 


Don't worry if you're not able to make it at the time of the live webinar. Sign up anyway and we'll send you the webinar video and slides when they become available.



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