How Geofencing Can Benefit Your Business

 Tuesday, May 9, 2023


Deliver targeted messaging to smartphone users

Geofencing is a location-based service that allows businesses to create virtual perimeters around a physical location. These virtual boundaries can trigger a specific action when someone enters or leaves the area. It is a game-changing technology that can transform how businesses interact with customers via mobile marketing.  

In this blog post, we will delve into the world of geofencing, what it is, how it works, and how it can benefit your business. 

What is Geofencing? 

A geofence is a virtual boundary created using GPS, cellular, or Wi-Fi signals. It is an invisible barrier set up around a specified location or area. A specific action is triggered when a mobile device enters or exits this virtual boundary.  

This action can include sending a push notification, SMS, or email alert, displaying a targeted advertisement, or even triggering an automated system. 

How Does Geofencing Work? 

Geofencing works by using location services on smartphones and other internet-connected devices. A business owner or marketer sets up a geofence around a particular location, and anyone with a smartphone that enters that area will receive mobile alerts or notifications on their phone.  

The system uses a combination of GPS, Wi-Fi, and cellular data to determine the device’s location. Once the user enters the designated area, the geofencing software will automatically deliver targeted messaging. 

Why Do Businesses Need Geofencing? 

Geofencing offers many benefits for businesses of all sizes across various industries. Firstly, it enables businesses to target customers with personalized and highly relevant messages.  

Geofencing can specify a customer’s exact location, meaning a business can target advertising messages based on its customers' proximity to the business. This level of personalization drives higher engagement rates, increased loyalty, and sales. 

Secondly, geofencing can help businesses increase foot traffic to their physical locations. Using real-time location data, businesses can send offers and promotions to potential customers nearby and likely to visit their stores. This location-based marketing helps drive sales and build customer relationships. 

Thirdly, geofencing enables businesses to gain valuable insights into customer behavior and preferences. By analyzing the data collected through their geofencing campaigns, businesses can learn about what their customers are interested in and design tailored marketing messages that are more likely to convert them into sales. 

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Geofencing is a powerful technology that can revolutionize your business's marketing strategy. It is an effective tool for increasing sales and customer engagement, increasing foot traffic, and gaining valuable insights into your target audience.  

With geofencing, businesses can deliver highly personalized and targeted messages to customers, which drives higher engagement rates and customer loyalty. If you want to grow your business and stay ahead of your competition, geofencing is a technology you should consider implementing into your marketing strategy. 

Walibu understands the dynamics of geofencing and can help you target the right areas to reach your customer base. Contact us to learn more! 


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Ben Paulsen
Ben Paulsen is a veteran Digital Marketing Expert, and founder of Walibu, a Digital Marketing Agency founded in 2007. Walibu has a unique advantage over other digital marketing agencies with their proprietary marketing platform. Walibu is all encompassing agency delivering top tier services and results in all aspects of marketing.

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