Beaconstac Product Update: Scheduling of campaigns, improved analytics and enhanced card creatives | Nov ‘17

Beaconstac Product Update: Scheduling of campaigns,

“Proximity marketing is about establishing a timely, relevant and personal communication with your customers.” That’s what we hope you experience when you use Beaconstac. On our path to keep up with the mission, we have been working on a lot of things in the last month – based on the incredibly useful feedback we received […]

Product update: Beaconstac’s Eddystone dashboard gets a refresh!

Eddystone dashboard gets a refresh

Complete guide to the new Beaconstac Eddystone dashboard Last year, around this time we told how you could upgrade from iBeacon to Eddystone and send proximity-based messages to visitors via the Google Chrome app. Today, with lots of feedback and new ideas from you, we’re refreshing our Eddystone dashboard and making it feel lighter, faster, […]

Beaconstac Update: Improved Card Creatives & Advanced Analytics

Beaconstac Update: Improved Card Creatives & Advanced Analytics

The last two months have been really exciting. We made a few changes to the Beaconstac platform based on the incredibly useful feedback we received from you – our coveted customers. A lot of the feedback we received was along the lines of: ‘how can I engage customers better?’ or ‘how do I know what […]

Beaconstac Update: Notifications Chart, Multiple Cards and how you can Upgrade to Eddy

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Seeing is believing. It matters all the more when it comes to tracking the performance of your proximity marketing campaigns. This September, we have introduced some new features that will help you visualise and measure marketing campaigns.  Track Performance through Notifications and Distribution Charts Eddy Kit customers can now track Physical Web and Nearby Notifications through the […]

Beaconstac Update: Discover the all new Rules by Places and Activity Logs

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For a long time Beaconstac customers could run campaigns based on a single beacon or multiple beacons through tags. Such campaigns assumed users to be in close proximity (within three metres) of a beacon and worked only when their devices camped on to beacons, i.e., both the device and beacon were close enough to be […]