WiFi Proximity Advertising in the Mobile Advertising Ecosystem

Add a proximity advertising platform for content delivery at the point of sale

We are in the post-PC era, and soon billions of consumers will be carrying  around Internet-connected mobile devices for up to 16 hours a day. Mobile  audiences have exploded as a result.

Mobile advertising should be a bonanza, similar to online  advertising a decade ago. However, it has been a bit slow off the ground, and  its growth trajectory is not clear cut.

In a new  report from BI Intelligence on  the mobile advertising ecosystemthey explain the  complexities and fractures, and examine the central and dynamic roles played by  mobile ad networks, demand side platforms, mobile ad exchanges, real-time  bidding, agencies, brands, and new companies hoping to upend the traditional  banner ad.


What is lost in the tale and opportunity, and reality, is the delivery mechanism from the broadband providers and carriers and platform developers (www.webtelmarketing.com) to deliver the tools necessary to reach that mobile audience in an affordable manner that gives the user something valuable in exchange for their attention to a promotional message – free WiFi service.

That is the heart of location based marketing using proximity advertising solutions from Media2Go (www.media-2go.net.)  Reach paul@webtelmarketing for a pilot program for your brand or retail business. And capture the consumer traffic that is right outside (or inside) your doors.


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