Social Wifi helped obtain 16 Thousand Facebook Check-ins for The Londoner British Pubs in Malta. 6 Thousand of which took place during this year.
Our Social Wifi system has helped in increasing the number of people that "were here", in other words the number of check-ins on the Facebook page, but also in providing a drastic increase in the number of reaches by posts from all the friends and followers of people who visited The Londoner.
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One of our customers, The Londoner British Pub in Smart City Malta has provided us with quite some insights to look into.
Last Sunday 60 People have shared The Londoner’s Facebook Page on their own personal profile through Social Wifi. This is true customer engagement and word of mouth, one that is instant and travels faster! Here’s just an example of what a single Social Wifi Check-in (share) with Facebook Looks like:
If The Londoner Pubs got 60 check-ins in one day, we can only imagine that the result of an entire year will be a very serious boost on their Facebook Page! Over 10 Thousand People have already checked-in at the Londoner’s though Social Wifi, and the next time you look at their Facebook Page stay assured that these figures would have considerably increased again!
When comparing the number of likes against the number of check-ins, we can conclude that these stats make quite a statement! Social Wifi is turning out to be a great solution for people who are interested in improving the numbers of check-ins on their Facebook page!
Social Wifi transforms the traditional free WiFi into an innovative marketing tool. If you place Social Wifi into your venues, you can attract new customers, activate them and encourage them to come back to your place.
Here is a typical scenario:
It's a wide and broad number of applications that can be performed, ranging from Facebook engagement, Trip Advisor reviews, or simply boosting website traffic. However the bottom line is one, we help you connect better with the customers that visit you and help them communicate their experience with their friends.