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