Proximity marketing (also called “geofencing”) gives you the ability to market or advertise to people in a specific region that you choose. Royaltie (now called Nowsite Marketing) offers the ultimate do-it-yourself proximity marketing technology.
(Scroll to the bottom to see a short example video.)
You have the power of your own digital advertising agency right from your phone, and there’s no need to set up multiple ad accounts on multiple platforms.
It’s all about generated targeted leads and growing your marketing list, then consistently re-marketing to that list.
With Royaltie, your ad appears to the people in your specified region on the most popular, high-traffic social and online platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinedIn, ESPN, CNN, Forbes and MUCH more.
The Royaltie gems have evolved into virtual ad pins, because you simply drop a pin on a map to set your target radius. Here are the simple steps on how Royaltie proximity marketing works.
1. Choose the Number of Impressions You Want
There’s no need to rack your brain deciding on an ad budget. Royaltie makes it simple.
So, how much does Royaltie proximity marketing cost? Choose from these three package options:
For less than $100 a month, you can have a complete online marketing platform powered by artificial intelligence to increase exposure for your business, generate targeted leads, grow your following, and re-market to that following whenever you want.
Each Royaltie package option comes with advertising credits.
TIP: Need more impressions? You can buy more ad impressions at any time to add to your existing plan.
2. Create Your Royaltie Digital Ad
Creating your Royaltie digital ad takes just a few minutes. It can be done on a desktop or right from your phone.
Just enter a headline and some small detail text. Then upload your own image or choose from Royaltie’s library of more than 1,000 images.
TIP: Be sure to talk directly to the SPECIFIC people you want to target, and choose an image specific to them.
2. Drop Your Pin to Choose Your Target Area
This is probably the most powerful part of how the Royaltie proximity marketing technology works. It’s fun, too!
You literally can drop a pin anywhere in the world. Zoom in to target a small location (such as half a mile), or zoom out to target a large area (up to 5 to 6 miles).
Then use the slider bar to increase or decrease your target radius. If you have a specific address that you want as your center point, you can enter that, too.
TIP: Be sure to target areas with high population. Also consider events at convention centers, amusement parks and sports events.
3. Customize Your Royaltie Landing Page
When someone clicks on your ad, they will be taken to your landing page. You can create as many landing pages as you want. Or use one of your own and just enter the URL.
Try different landing pages to see which ones work best.
Never created a landing page? There are a ton of examples you can look at.
It’s as simple as dragging and dropping blocks such as text, image, video, headline, email entry forms, and moving them to where you want them to appear.
Write some short headlines, sentences, testimonials, and upload an image or embed any video you want to use.
TIP: Think about what you want your leads to do – call/text you, enter their email or phone number, buy from you, sign up for service, get a free quote, enroll in a course? Make sure you TELL them what you want them to do.
4. Collect Leads and Track Analytics
The last step is simply to let your ad and landing page attract and collect leads.
You can check these numbers at anytime online or through the Upline Royaltie ap. It shows how many impressions your ad has, how many clicks it has received, how many views your landing page has, and how many contacts it has captured.
Be sure to follow up with any contacts. Royaltie will email you and/or send you a notification on your phone letting you know when you capture a new lead.
If you have questions or need help, you can email Royaltie support seven days a week.
TIP: Success for your views, clicks and conversions will mostly be determined by your overall goal. Some people just want to max out their views, while others want to capture emails.