Mobiquity is the leading location based mobile marketing network in the US. We utilize a targeted, location-based approach to reach audiences on their personal mobile devices when it matters most. The Company employs a combination of leading-edge mobile technologies to deliver virtually any digital media content including images, videos, audio mp3s, maps, games, applications and coupons to mobile phones within targeted geographic locations.
Mobiquity has focused on and built an extensive Location Based Mobile Marketing Mall Network which gives us access to over 96 million mobile customers per month while they are shopping. Our network allows brands to engage their potential customers with the right offer at the right place at the right time....when they are about to make a purchasing decision.
We currently have over 600 zones throughout 75 malls with over 96 million monthly visits. Some of our land mark malls include:
Roosevelt Field - NY Copley Place – Boston
The Galleria – Houston Lenox Square – Atlanta
Northbridge – Chicago Santa Monica Place - LA
Location-Based Mobile Marketing is emerging as a critical component of your company's mobile marketing strategy. Quite simply, no one brings you a more effective Location-Based Network than MOBIQUITY.
October 15, 2013
Three-Month Campaign Capitalizes on Foot Traffic to Increase Awareness and Drive Ticket Sales for the Show NEW YORK, NY, Oct 15, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Mobiquity Technologies, Inc. (otcqb:MOBQ), the nation's largest location-based mobile marketing network, today announced that it has teamed up with Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, Broadway's groundbreaking musical, for its first ever location-based mobile marketing campaign. The campaign will run for three months and micro-target passersby outside of The Foxwoods Theatre on 42nd Street in Times Square with interactive messages, videos and content.CONTINUE READING
October 15, 2013
October 14, 2013 Bloomingdale's promoted its Loyalist program to mall shoppers Mall retailers such as Bloomingdale’s and Vans are leveraging Bluetooth technology to deliver premium content and offers to shoppers with an eye toward driving in-store traffic. Bloomingdale’s recently ran a campaign in two malls on the Mobiquity network with the goal of raising awareness for its Loyalist rewards program that enables shoppers to earn points for every dollar they spend. The campaign ran for four weeks, during which time 74,470 devices were prompted to download the content, 7.CONTINUE READING
Mobiquity Technologies Tapped To Promote ‘Divergent’ Via National Bluetooth Network
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