Drive Social Engagement
Connect your business directly with social profiles. Anonymous guests become real people and you can get access to their profiles, including real name, email, etc.* These profiles can be used later for marketing purposes and these data can be automatically imported to Mailchimp or your favorite newsletter software via Zapier.
*Data collected is vary by Social Networks and users’ permission settings.
No Passwords or Access codes needed!
After connecting to your Wi-Fi network, customers are forwarded to your own splash page. Based on your setup, they may have to check-in to your place before they can use the internet for free. A message can also be posted on their walls in the background, like “Enjoying free internet @ Design Lubbock! :)”.
There is no need to set up a password and spell it for your customers. This can save valuable time for your staff. The check-in mechanism is fully automatic and also optimized for mobile devices.
Collect check-ins or post to Customer’s wall
While giving out free Wi-Fi, you can Promote your own Facebook Page, get new “Check-Ins” and social recommendations from your customers. This increases your business’ visibility, customer engagement and sales.
New “Check-Ins” means more engaged users. According to Facebook the average user has 130 friends who can also see your business once their friend checks in. That means, depending on the number of fans you have, multiplied by the number of friends they have, your content could achieve wide viral syndication.
Encourage your guests to write a social review
Facebook automatically sends notifications to users who checked in to your place and asks them to write reviews. This is an easy way to get feedback from your customers which are crucial to any business. Reviews help social rankings, and also helps your website rankings.
Stop Network Abuse ( Internet Hogs )
Each Wi-Fi user can have limited bandwidth. This way you can avoid having your Wi-Fi overloaded by one massive download. You can also see the names and faces of your user and you can blacklist any user any time.
Learn more About Your Customers ( Social Analytics )
The analytics component of your Facebook Page, called Insights, provides detailed data on fan activity, as well as demographic information such as age, gender and geographic location, all of which can be important for the purposes of market research.