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How geofences enable better mobile ad targeting

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Presentation on how geofences, like shopping boundaries, are used for mobile ad targeting.

Presentation on how geofences, like shopping boundaries, are used for mobile ad targeting.

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  • 1. How Geofences Enable Better Mobile Ad Targeting
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 2. Geofencing Defined
    GeofenceA geographic boundary (i.e. polygon) defined by a series of lat/long coordinates
    GeofencingTriggering an action based on a mobile user’s location in relation to a Geofence
    Three primary types of Geofencing triggers
    Static: user’s position relative to a fixed point or fixed area
    Dynamic: user’s position relative to a changing data stream
    Peer-to-Peer: user’s position relative to other users
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 3. Geofencing Use Cases
    Static A special offer is sent via text message to opt-in users as they enter a shopping district
    Dynamic An “open parking space” message is sent to nearby mobile app users driving in a downtown area
    Peer-to-Peer A social networking mobile app displays friends checked-in nearby
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 4. Geofencing Triggers and Actions
    Physical event triggers
    Entry
    Dwell time
    Exit
    Predefined actions
    Auto check-in
    Auto check-out
    Custom actions
    Text message
    Email
    API send/call
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 5. Scenario:Oak Street Shopping in Chicago
    Static Geofences and Location-Based Advertising
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 6. Oak Street Shopping Area
  • 7. Potential Customers
  • 8. Radius-Based Geofence
  • 9. Location-centric Geofences
  • 10. Challenges with Radius-Based Geofences
    Hard to define the right radius
    Too large and it gets ignored, too small and you end up targeting people who were already there
    Ignores human behavior
    Marketers have long known that people are more likely to visit a store in an area they are familiar with, even if farther away
    Requires each retailer to set up infrastructure
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 11. Predefined Geofences
  • 12. Real World Geofencing Examples
    Intel Smart TV ad campaign
    Billboard ad invited users to opt-in via text
    Users complete short survey via mobile app
    Users invited to attend event at Penn Station in NYC
    Geofence around Penn Station created
    Geofencing used to detect and trigger custom user experience and displays based on entry event
    TweetMover
    Location Labs mobile app game
    Automated Tweets based on movement across neighborhoods
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 13. Geofencing Summary
    A geofence describes a virtual perimeter around an area (of interest to marketers)
    Radius-based geofences are just the start
    Predefined geofences – like shopping districts, neighborhood boundaries, college campuses, etc. – have advantages
    Based on real-world human social spaces
    No infrastructure needed by retailers
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 14. Maponics Overview
    Leader in producing and providing location-based data for more than 10 years
    Largest catalog of geographic boundaries defining social spaces worldwide
    Used by industry leaders:
    Real Estate: Realtor.com, Trulia, Zillow, ZIP Realty, Redfin
    Search/Local Search: Google, HelloMetro, Citysearch, Dexknows, Yellowbook USA
    Mobile and Social Networking: Twitter, Loopt, Siri
    Direct Marketing: Accudata, D&B, InfoUSA
    Our product lines:
    Neighborhood Boundaries | Largest database in existence, used by leaders in every space
    Shopping Boundaries | including malls, districts, centers and outlets across U.S.
    College Campus Boundaries | boundaries of primary campus areas for universities
    Subdivision Boundaries | Hundreds of thousands of real estate subdivisions across U.S.
    School Boundaries | The only dataset to include boundaries down to the school attendance zone
    City Boundaries | A unique mix of datasets covering the U.S. with a focus on metro areas
    Postal Boundaries | U.S. ZIP Code and Carrier Route coverage
    800.762.5158 | www.maponics.com
    © 2011 Maponics, LLC
  • 15. Demos and More Information
    Contact
    Email: info@maponics.com
    Phone : 1-800-762-5158
    Mashups, White Papers, Case Studies
    School Boundaries
    Recovery.gov data by Neighborhood
    Using Neighborhoods to enhance real estate search
    Going Hyper-Local with Neighborhood-level Data
    HelloMetro Gets Hyper-Local with Maponics Neighborhoods
    Visit us on the Web
    Maponics.com
    Spatial API