Posted on June 15, 2017
The great majority of energy spent to date on harnessing Wi-Fi for engagement has been focused on improving the ability of a particular organization to engage its own customers, to its own ends, within its own venues. This entirely misses the great scale of the Wi-Fi engagement opportunity; namely the ability to leverage a common resource across a very large and diverse footprint to allow a multitude of consumer brands to engage millions of consumers.
Posted on May 17, 2017
While mobile networks generate a wealth of data on the movement of devices geographically, they are ineffective at establishing consumer’s presence in particular venues. Wi-Fi, on the other hand, offers an altogether more detailed level of insight, provided you can understand it. Understanding Wi-Fi is what Devicescape does.
Posted on May 12, 2017
This month, UK consumer magazine Which? published its annual survey into the performance of Britain’s mobile networks. The report showed that — like bungee jumping — 4G service is marked by a series of ups and downs (which, like bungee jumping, probably makes a lot of people sick).
Posted on May 4, 2017
Engagement rates on transport were among the highest seen across the World Cancer Day campaign. Click through rates achieved on trains, buses, and coaches operated by some of the UK’s top transport brands were very strong, ranging from 7.5% to 13.8%. This is clearly great news for brands keen to engage consumers at the most effective times. It also creates a significant opportunity for transport-focused smartphone apps, particularly those owned by transport operators.
Posted on May 2, 2017
Devicescape Engage gave Cancer Research UK the opportunity to boost visibility and greatly extend the reach of spontaneous engagement, while also driving increased traffic to the charity’s website.
Posted on March 23, 2017
Without Wi-Fi delivering vast volumes of smartphone data, the cellular network experience would work for nobody. If subscribers view unlimited as insurance against a possible need, operators offering unlimited data must view Wi-Fi as their insurance against soaring demand.