The Foursquare Marketing: Foursquare Blueprint For Business 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.
I’ve only included what I think are the most important factors. I hope you get a lot of value from this course and as always I’d love to hear your feedback!
To your success,