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Mar 01, 2008 6:30 pmIt's Saturday and Time to Advertise#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Yes, it is Saturday and time to advertise your commercial business. Feel free to run as many ads as you want on this single thread. You can post plain text, HTML, audio links and video links. If you need any help, just ask the moderator(that's me). No doubt, if you take time to make the most of this wonderful resource, it will prove worthwhile.

Lamar Morgan
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Mar 01, 2008 7:18 pmADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Who would not want to have their business message showcased before a captive audience on a regular basis every day of the week? But, where is such a thing even reasonably possible? If you attempt something like that in the newspaper, on the radio or TV, you are going to be spending serious cash.

 

Welcome to the world of wifi hot spot splash page advertising. The time has come for small businesses everywhere to take advantage of wifi hot spot splash page advertising. Here you can can get tremendous repeat targeted exposure for a very reasonable cost. In fact, for what you would be expected to pay for a minimal newspaper, radio or TV campaign in a major newspaper, you can have a wifi splash page advertising campaign going on in numerous locations for an entire month. Then, after that one month campaign is over, you can change your splash page campaign at no additional costs. Where else can you do something this amazing?

Promote your business and provide FREE Internet access to an appreciative audience. Find out the specifics of wifi splash page advertising. Contact CDMM.

 

Lamar Morgan
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Mar 02, 2008 4:59 pmADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

bnsforu2


so Lamar,
with wifi splash pages, I can have a wifi setup around my mobile studio?
And when someone logs onto the internet from my wifi they see my splash page first before getting to a website?
If so, wonder how I do that????

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Mar 02, 2008 5:32 pmre: ADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Paul,

Are you familiar with the term, "plug-n-play?" Once you have the wifi account set up and receive the wireless router, all you have to do is connect the wireless router into your cable or DSL modem and you are ready for action. Within a 300 square foot radius of your mobile office, anyone needing Internet access can get it for free from your hot spot. Now, if you do not have a modem in your vehicle, there are such things a wireless modems which work off of a cellular card. I can help you out that way as well.

Here's what neat. Wherever you travel, you are promoting your business through the providing of free Internet access. You are providing a service to the public it really needs and at the same time spreading your business message. Your wifi ad can be plain text, HTML, audio and video. That message can change from one month to the next at no additional charge. But, that is not all. Like any website location, a wifi hot spot will provide you with "visitor feedback." You can actually know how many people are seeing your ad and using your hot spot to access the Internet. By the way, no one gets to use your hot spot without agreeing to see your ad. That is in the TERMS OF SERVICE. So, your ad has a captive audience. But, that is not all. If you frequent the same locations, you are likely to have repeat visitors.

Keep in mind that you can do all this for a lot less than it would cost you to do a serious display ad campaign in the newspaper, on the radio or TV. And yet, you have the opportunity to take advantage of the same technology.

The regular wifi router comes pre-flashed with proprietary software so it is plug-n-play. That costs $159.00. (A wireless mobile router is going to run you a little more money.) But, either router should provide you with 300 square feet of coverage. Anyone within that range of your location should be able to access the Internet thanks to your wifi hot spot. You also get a nice store front sticker announcing to the world that you are a FREE Wifi Hot Spot. The monthly maintenance fee is $69.00. That is all there is to it.

Lamar Morgan
CDMM
707-709-8605
Attract more customers!

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Mar 02, 2008 9:18 pmADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

bnsforu2

$69 per month.
huh?
what's that for?
Sounds good. I'm still listening.
P
:)

See you where the sun spends the winter on the beaches of the world!
Kindest regards - "What we lack in exposure, we can make up in development!"
http://paulstevenphotography.com/ "Put your best face forward!"
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Mar 02, 2008 10:17 pmre: ADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
Paul,

When you catch the "vision" to this it is really remarkable. Think of having your own wifi hot spot as having your own web site - with a very important twist. You now have a guaranteed audience that could include repeat visitors on a daily basis. Why? Because you are providing a FREE service which is actually beneficial to the people's business. The public is not dumb. They will figure it out. They will come to your location because it is actually in their best interest to do so. And, each time they come to use your hot spot, what happens? They meet your business in order to get Internet access. But, that is not all. You have a "footprint" that so-and-so used your hot spot. Yes, at the end of the month, you will have stats on your customer traffic at the hot spot. You don't get that with a newspaper, radio or TV promotion. But, you get that included in the price for this wifi hot spot. Yes, you can actually tell whether or not the hot spot is attracting an audience. You may even be able to identify your audience members. I think such feedback is important, don't you? After all, this feedback can assist you in determining how you might want to design a future ad. Remember, you can change your ad once-a-month at no additional cost.

Keep in mind that you might want to simply have a splash page ad at a storefront that already has a lot of traffic. Or, add that storefront to the promotion you are doing via your vehicle. That is another option available to you.

Both Starbucks and McDonalds have been wifi hot spots. I know Starbucks charges for Internet access. I do not know if McDonalds does or not. But, the reason it is offered at all is because wifi drives traffic.

Well, imagine if the word got out that where your vehicle was seen parked, wifi was freely available? Wow! I think that would draw a lot of attention and end up being very beneficial for your business. In terms of advertising costs, it sure beats any other option available for a small business that is serious about its growth.

Lamar Morgan
CDMM
707-709-8605
Attract more customers!

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Mar 03, 2008 1:30 pmADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

bnsforu2
Q:
To get wifi in a vehicle for others to access, would I need to use a satellite on my roof or would a cellphone be best to provide that wifi since I am NOT able to hard wire a cable connection coax cable that is????
Other wifi modem options?? Connections to???
:)
p

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Mar 03, 2008 4:25 pmre: ADV: Put Wifi to work for your Business - Locally or Out of Town#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Paul,

To have wifi in your vehicle, all you need is mobile wireless router. That router can get its power from your cigarette lighter. Once the router is active, folks within a 300 square foot radius of your vehicle can have wifi access courtesy of you. So, you have a nice big sticker on your vehicle similar to what folks would see on a store front glass door stating "FREE WIFI HOTSPOT." They take out their cell phone and try to go online. All of a sudden their phone acknowledges that you are a Wifi hot spot. They see your wifi splash page as the entry to getting the free wifi and go online. What a great way to advertise!

You see, this is not just a clever way to advertise and spread your business message, it is a news story in itself. Every neighborhood you venture into you become a potential news story for that community. Think about it. You probably know of quite a few wifi hot spots. But, how many do you know are mobile?

Lamar Morgan
CDMM
707-709-8605
Attract more customers!

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