Mobile wallet marketing passes and events go hand in hand… or phone in hand, as we like to say.
Some simple, easy to implement ideas for generating excitement and engagement at an event:
Mobile wallet passes have an events ticket template – attach geofencing or iBeacon locations (as many as ten each) to a pass and get a handle on your traffic flow.
Have a scavenger hunt or other fun and easy activity that encourages attendees to interact with vendors, watch a presentation for clues, or visit a certain number of exhibitor booths in order to win a prize.
Offer top level sponsors the opportunity to participate in iBeacon or geofencing notifications and present their offers to attendees near their booths
Daisy chain pass installs (request that a user adds an additional pass) to use partner or advocate marketing for other important causes like advocacy or legalization
Use push notification functions to alert attendees when there are changes to scheduling or location of presentations
Leverage the power of mobile for a full 12 months.
CannabisWallet Event Ticket packages provide you with 12 months of interaction and contact with ticket holders, directly using their mobile phones.
Passes are updated in real time with lock screen notifications, geofencing, iBeacons, and time relevant push notifications. Every iPhone owner already has Apple Wallet installed, it’s part of the iOS operating system. Android users can select from a number of compatible wallet apps at the Google Play Store.
For more information about effectively using mobile wallet marketing passes, listen to this podcast about using Mobile Events Tickets successfully.
To find out more about pass technology and how it works for business owners and consumers, check out MobileWalletMarketer.com
How Does Mobile Wallet Marketing Work?
In a nutshell, mobile wallet marketing enables you to connect with your customers and prospects, using their mobile phone. You can:
- Send messages via push notification – “We have a great deal on Product M today! Check it out!”
- Send messages via geofencing or iBeacons – “Hey, stop in and check out this great deal” or “We’re in booth 763 here at Hempfest”
- Keep current or prospective customers up to date with your marketing or educational efforts – “Check out the new Tommy Chong podcast update”
- Issue tickets to events and remind attendees to show up – “Don’t forget that we’re having a Customer Appreciation Event on Friday evening at 7 pm”
- Give users coupons, discounts, or other members only deals – “Bring this pass in to receive a 20% discount on elixirs this week”
Messages are sent to the lock screen of the users iPhone (via the Wallet app) or Android (via a third party wallet app), and both sides can be viewed without unlocking the phone. Pass links cannot be tapped unless the user opens the Wallet app.