Welcome To Foursquare Marketing A-Z: Beginner’s Foursquare Blueprint! The Foursquare Marketing training consists of three sections: Section 1 covers the Foursquare basics. Section 2 goes over marketing, and Section 3 explains automation.
Social Network – Most people see it as a social network that allows them to connect with friends.
Local Discovery App – Foursquare is also local discovery app. People can use it to find interesting things to do in their area.
Customer Review Platform – People use Foursquare to leave tips and reviews of places they have visited.
Deal Site – People also use Foursquare to find deals. Some businesses provide deals solely for people who check in with Foursquare.
Social Adverting – Foursquare is a great service for social advertising. When users check into a venue, their friends are notified via Foursquare, Facebook, and Twitter.
Local Search Engine – Foursquare operates as a local search engine. People go onto Foursquare to find local businesses.
Benefits of a Foursquare Business – Since check-ins appear in users’ social network feeds, it’s a method of free social advertising.
Marketing a Client’s Foursquare Presence – There are lots of ways you can market a client on Foursquare.
Automate Your Sales – In this section, you are going to learn how to automate the process of finding businesses and selling your services to those businesses.
Foursquare Fulfillment – You can use VA’s and freelancers to manage campaigns.
Upsells – You can also automate the upsell process. Upsells are other services the businesses can buy from you.
We’ve only included what we think are the most important factors. We hope you get a lot of value from this course and as always we’d love to hear your feedback!
To your success,