February Newsletter

February 27, 2024


Location matters when it comes to business. Whether its physically or virtually or both, it’s important to have a presence where your clientele are present.
Hendrith Smith
Using Geolocation to Your Marketing Advantage

Marketing has become more complex than ever, and marketers are always searching for new ways to reach their target audience. One of the most effective strategies is using geolocation data, which provides information on where customers are located. Geolocation can help businesses tailor their marketing efforts to specific areas, which can lead to increased engagement and sales.

Before diving into the world of geolocation in your marketing campaigns, it's crucial to thoroughly understand your target audience. Take the time to explore who they are, what they enjoy, and where they frequently spend their precious time. This valuable information will empower you to craft highly targeted advertisements that are guaranteed to strike a chord with your audience.

For instance, imagine you're targeting a group of enthusiastic young adults who have a strong affinity for outdoor activities like hiking or camping. By leveraging geolocation data, you can pinpoint specific regions where these activities are incredibly popular. Armed with this insightful knowledge, you can strategically create captivating ads that promote your exceptional products or services in those very locations. The result? A heightened level of engagement and increased chances of connecting with your eager audience.

Read our full blog to learn how you can use geolocation to your marketing advantage.

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    If you've ever broken a nail way down near the base—or lost one completely—you know they take quite a while to grow back. In fact, the American Academy of Dermatology says that a fingernail takes around six months to grow from base to tip and toenails can take up to a year. But a couple factors tend to speed that process up: Fingernails grow faster on your dominant hand as well as on your bigger fingers, and nails also grow faster during the daytime as well as during the summer months.

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