Features | Street Fight



6 Ways to Improve Business Operations Using Indoor Location Data

No Comments 22 April 2014 by

In many cases, indoor location analytics platforms take the guesswork out of operations management. Rather than guessing whether expensive in-store displays are increasing conversions, and wondering how dwell times influence sales, retailers can look at the data being spit out by their analytics platforms to find their answers. Here are six ways that businesses can use indoor location tools to improve in-store operations...

Continue Reading


Discounts. Shopping cart and cubes with percent

8 Tools to Send Messages to Shoppers Based on In-Store Movements

No Comments 21 April 2014 by

Forty-four percent of shoppers now say they’ve used their smartphones for product research while standing in a store’s aisles, which means marketers who fail to connect with customers through effective in-store messaging are losing out on engagement at a critical time in the buying process. Here are eight tools that merchants can use to send offers or promotions based on their customers’ real-time indoor movements...

Continue Reading


Microsoft Research Project Tells You What a Neighborhood Is Thinking

No Comments 16 April 2014 by

HereHere, which launched earlier this year, profiles the 42 neighborhoods in New York City by collecting publicly available 311 data to reveal the most talked-about issues in the boroughs. By entering their zip code, a user can interact with an animated map displaying the neighborhood's statuses, seeing updates like "delighted" or "uncomfortable."

Continue Reading



7 Tools for Re-activating Dormant Customers

1 Comment 15 April 2014 by

The cost of acquiring a new customer is five times higher than the cost to keep an existing one, which is one of the reasons why businesses of all sizes are beefing up their loyalty programs and using social media to keep fans engaged. But what about customers who’ve fallen off the bandwagon — those whose accounts have gone dormant after not coming in for a period of weeks or months?

Continue Reading


Red telephone receiver

6 Strategies for Maximizing the Effects of Pay-Per-Call Campaigns

No Comments 14 April 2014 by

Pay-per-call campaigns may not be sexy, but they have proven to be extremely effective for both small businesses and large multi-location organizations. Particularly in “high-value categories” like professional services, home services, travel, insurance, and automotive, phone leads can be more valuable than online clicks or impressions. Here are six strategies that merchants should utilize to maximize the effects of their pay-per-call campaigns...

Continue Reading



6 Strategies for Measuring the Impact of In-Store Messaging

1 Comment 08 April 2014 by

By 2016, mobile is expected to have a $327 billion influence on in-store sales, but many of the merchants who utilize these hyperlocal technologies are having difficulty determining the true ROI of their campaigns. Here are six strategies for businesses to measure the impact of their in-store messaging campaigns...

Continue Reading


check in

5 Platforms to Send Consumers Visit-Triggered Mobile Surveys

2 Comments 01 April 2014 by

The customer satisfaction surveys that most people are used to seeing on tabletops and cash wraps are undergoing an upgrade as hyperlocal vendors add location-based features to aid in the data collection process. “Intercept-style” surveys can be sent to customers at key moments in the purchasing process, like when they arrive at a store or after they’ve made a purchase...

Continue Reading



6 Ways to Use Local Booking Platforms for Marketing

1 Comment 31 March 2014 by

When used strategically, hyperlocal booking platforms can do more for a business than just help schedule services and manage client appointments. In many cases, merchants with online booking portals are able to rely on these products for customer acquisition and retention, as well...

Continue Reading


How One Startup Uses Carrier Data For Real-World Analytics

No Comments 26 March 2014 by

For the most part, in-store tracking startups rely on a device in-store — a wireless router, video camera, or bluetooth beacon — to count customers as they shop. But Canadian startup Viasense has created a new system using existing data from cellular networks to provide businesses with information about their foot traffic — and, more importantly, where that traffic goes next...

Continue Reading


5 Local Marketplaces for Childcare Services

No Comments 25 March 2014 by

What Taskrabbit has done for household errands, Uber has done for transportation, and ZocDoc has done for local physician services, a handful of hyperlocal vendors are aiming to now do for childcare. By harnessing the power of social recommendations and connecting parents with babysitters in their own communities, local marketplaces for childcare services are harnessing technology to facilitate online networking within physical communities...

Continue Reading


Get hyperlocal industry headlines in your inbox every morning. Subscribe to the Street Fight Daily newsletter.

Follow Us

Get the latest Street Fight news, information and analysis via Twitter and Facebook.

The Local Merchant Report

Learn how to better target this important-yet-elusive market. Key insights, case studies, and strategies make this a report you can't afford to miss.
Get your copy today!

Free eBook

How Mobile Location and Behavioral Context Skyrocket Conversion Rates: Location personas increase the value of ad inventories and give publishers a way to better target content. Learn how it works and improve your ROI now. Get the ebook produced by:
Download here

The $20 Billion Mobile Marketing Opportunity

Strategies and insights into the landscape of targeting options and how they deliver foot traffic and sales for SMBs.
Get your copy today!

Why Local is the Future of Commerce

The local marketplace is under renovation and four layers of disruptive technologies have emerged. Siloed early on, these industries are starting to coalesce, working together to form layers in a coordinated stack. Read the introduction to "The Local Stack" special report, underwritten by Yext.

How Back-Office Innovation Is Transforming Local

In this new report, Street Fight takes a look at the impact of supply-side technologies on the local marketing industry, detailing the opportunities and risks that these emergent services present to existing solutions providers.


© 2014 Street Fight.

Powered by WordPress. Hosting by Page.ly