Category: IoT

Ebook – Eddystone 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Eddystone Beacon Pilots

If you are a marketer looking to get started with Eddystone beacons, you are sure to have a thousand questions running in your mind. In fact, chances are that, one or more of these questions strike a chord with you: – Does Eddystone really suit my business? – How do I go about setting up […]

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[Webinar Slides] How Eddystone can be the Most Powerful Tool for Digital Agencies in 2017

2016 will always be known as the year we saw beacons move beyond retail and enable critical, customer-centric use cases across various verticals. Three of the major highlights that marked this transition were the announcement of Google Nearby Notifications, Bluetooth 5 and the widespread adoption of Eddystone beacons, thanks to it’s ability to do away […]

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[Webinar] How Eddystone can be the Most Powerful Tool for Digital Agencies in 2017

That micro-moments are fast transforming the way consumers interact with brands, is no news any longer. Digital agencies all over are busy trying out new, innovative marketing channels to help brands win those micro-moments and in turn win the hearts of their consumers. Now, a huge chunk of these marketing efforts are focused around location. […]

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3 Reasons Why Beacon Adoption Is Not a Challenge Anymore

One of the announcements that created quite a buzz in the proximity marketing industry was the one around Google Nearby. Coupled with Eddystone beacons, Google Nearby Notifications has got brands and businesses all over the world excited about the prospect of being able to deliver highly contextual mobile-based brand experiences without the need for a […]

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Physical Web: 3 Interesting Projects that Your Business can Learn From

Techcrunch recently published an article hailing beacons for having been successful in showcasing their potential in commercial settings. However, the article also pointed out that going ahead opportunities for innovation and value-added use cases will lie more in the enterprise domain than in the commercial domain. Now, while we here at MobStac totally agree that […]

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