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Businesses drive in customers as Adhunter launches free mobile phone app
Advertising company, Adhunter, have launched a unique and exciting geolocational mobile phone application, allowing customers to search and locate the best deals available based on their current location.
Using 'Now Generation' technology, the application utilises QR technology where customers select the deal from the adbox then are able to simply redeem the deal in-store by scanning the QR counter display.
The application benefits small to large business owners as it provides a measurable system that allows them to track their campaigns. It also provides them with the opportunity to engage with their customers on an interactive level providing the option of YouTube videos and social media integration where users can share their deals with family and friends via Facebook and Twitter.
Co-Founder of Adhunter, Predrag Srebro, says that Adhunter differentiates from any other mobile advertising app as it allows customers to control what deals they receive.
"In this day-and-age, more and more people are relying on their mobile phones to find information quickly while on-the-go," Mr Srebro said. "Rather than feeding users with multiple text messages, emails or notifications, the Adhunter app serves as a personalised service to meet the needs of each individual."
Diana Stefanovska, Franchise owner of The Chocolate Room at Liverpool says that the Adhunter application is definitely a great advertising tool.
"It's so easy to use. All they have to do it scan the QR code using the Adhunter app and they're good to go. It's a great concept which is measurable and an affordable way to advertise!"
The Adhunter application is now available to download on iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. It features 41 categories with more than 70 deals at this present time ranging from cafes, restaurants to fitness and beauty with many other businesses waiting to be a part of the Adhunter network. Packages start from only a dollar a day.
Adhunter is an Advertising company that uses 'Now Generation' technology to provide affordable advertising for small to large business via a smart phone application.
The application acts as a medium for business owners to provide customers with advertisements offering immediate and real value where and when they want it. Geo-locational marketing and advertising is a crucial method to keep businesses in touch with customer needs in a difficult economic climate. It is also the smartest new alternative to traditional (and expensive) methods of advertising. Adhunter places businesses right in the palm of the customers' hand. The user controls how, when and where they receive deals.
Another revolutionary aspect of this advertising tool is that businesses can run their own advertising and marketing campaigns by simply uploading their content and logo. Waiting for print runs and magazine releases to get business deals out into the world is a thing of the past. Now you can advertise your deal within hours of creating it.
For more information about Adhunter, visit http://www.adhunter.com.au
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