WiFi advertising: how to leverage WiFi networks in public places
Public hotspots are now available in many public spaces such as bars, restaurants, malls or hotels, allowing WiFi network administrators to generate leads for their end-user customers.
WiFi hotspots have become the preferred medium for owners venue to generate and engage with on-site leads. Indeed, when deploying a public hotspot in a shop, for example, the WiFi network administrator is collecting data directly from customers and can use it for marketing purposes (such as newsletters). But WiFi hotspots can also be turned into an advertising tool enabling venues to promote goods and services and offset costs of WiFi infrastructures. Indeed, Tanaza features an advertising tool for display advertisements such as videos or images. This tool permits to show relevant content to the right audience and so to promote services and goods or offer discounts directly to customers.
While configuring the splash page of the public hotspot, WiFi administrators can decide the type of ads rotation:
- None: Image or video advertisement will be displayed as is.
- Random: Image or video advertisements will be displayed at random rotation (no specific order) on the Splash Page.
- Time-based: The system will switch automatically from one advertisement to the other after a determined period (1 minute, a few hours, etc.)
Thanks to the data collected and stored on the Tanaza analytics dashboard, WiFi network administrator gets insight about the clientele of one venue and can personalise messages or media on the hotspot splash page. For example, if WiFi users in a coffee are mainly teenagers and young adults, consider showing relevant advertisement like teenager clothing shops and entertainment activities in the same area.
Tanaza splash page editor also allows WiFi network administrators to add links on the captive portal so that WiFi users can be redirected to an e-commerce platform or any other websites.
In conclusion, Tanaza advertising tool improves customers retention and engagement, while monetising any public hotspots structure.