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Just How Often Do You Look At Your Phone?

Published on 8/19/2018
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Just How Often Do You Look At Your Phone?

Back in the mid nineties, my sole reason for getting my first cell phone was for communication purposes.  At the time I was a General Manager for a franchise and was on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

On my days off, I spent a lot of time with my Father at his place on the lake. Before the cell phone, I had to have a beeper, then drive 3 miles to a pay phone and use a phone card to call in.

The cell phone made life easier. When I would get a page, all I had to do was drive to the highest hill. I had what they called a “Bag Phone” that I plugged into my cigarette lighter unit. Then I had an antenna that I would plug into the phone base and place on the top of my vehicle and prayed for good reception. If not, then it was the pay phone routine.

It was an expensive time to use a cell phone. I paid 39 cents a minute and would often have roaming charges applied. Calls constantly dropped and speech was sometimes unrecognizable. Since cell phones were still relatively new and expensive, very few people had them.

In a city, the phones worked much better. All you had to do was avoid tunnels, tall buildings and elevators and you still had calls drop if you were not standing in the right spot.

As the phones improved, so did the price and more people bought the service. They became so popular, that no matter what time of the day you went, you could expect a long wait … sometimes for half a day


How Times Have Changed


Today, “At least 81% of American adults now own a smartphone, and these devices have become an integral part of both our work and personal lives.”


Now, we use our phones for just about everything we need to get through our day. It is how we connect to our world. News, weather, social media, to stay in touch with our family and friends, job related activities, to stay informed, entertainment, shop and much more.

Just based on my own personal use, my phone is the first thing I reach for when I wake up to check my messages. It is the last thing I touch as I end my day. It is so much faster than a desktop or a laptop so I can see why phones are used as much as they are.

So, when I ran across and understood how Proximity Marketing worked … I had to get involved and become a part of it. The impact of being able to send my advertisement or message to every Bluetooth enabled android phone in my chosen radius was mind blowing to me.


How Much Can My Business Grow?

Was The First Question I asked myself.

The Second Question Was, How Many

Small Business Owners

Will Ask Themselves The Same Question?

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These tiny workhorses transmit anywhere you put them. Inside or outside of your building. Inside your company trucks with your drivers while they drive or while they are working at a job site. Pizza drivers, restaurant deliveries. At home. Carry a beacon with you and it transmits when you are in a restaurant, getting gas, mailing letters ... as you can see, the possibilities are endless.

How it works, you enter a 40 character message that transmits the message to every enabled Bluetooth phone inside the radius. You can also insert a video, a click to call button or use a landing page that will take them to your website.

Our smallest radius is 150 feet and our largest radius is 1600 feet, with choices in between. (Compare our sizes to the size of a football field of 360 feet) Price range is from $10 a month to $40 a month currently and you can lock in at that price.


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Something else I liked, is that there is no mark up on the product for the customer. You pay the same price that I do. And, there are no contracts. If our service and product do not meet your expectations, you can without any reason cancel at anytime.


Cell Phone Advertising Is Quickly Becoming

The Newest Frontier In Advertising


Don’t let the holidays pass you by this year.

Advertise where the eyes are.


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