Splitter HQ is used by businesses around the world. From Co-Ro in Denmark to TheSantaVideo based in the UK. Every business that uses Splitter HQ uses it for different things. During this post we will explain to you how businesses use our features and show you how we could possibly be of assistance to you.

Social Media

Many businesses use Splitter HQ for social media posts. One of our core features is our URL Shortening service. When Splitter HQ first started, this was our only product- Link Management.

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Portuguese betting company Bet.Pt used our Short URL’s on social media channel such as Facebook.

They could create Short URLs and monitor the URLs progress via the dedicated Analytics page. From the Analytics page Bet.Pt could see;

How many users had clicked the URL, Where they were located, What device they used, What time they clicked and What platform they were using.

Bet.Pt also found their Click-Through-Rate was improved using us compared to Bitly.

 

Advanced Targeting

 

Also we had UK based TheSantaVideo use Splitter HQ for their paid adverts on Facebook.

TheSantaVideo actually used an Advanced Targeting Short URL- Time and Date Split.

This enabled TheSantaVideo to direct their customers to a certain page for a specified duration of their choosing up until Christmas. Once Christmas had been the destination page automatically changed.

TheSantaVideo’s marketing did not lead to any dead ends. The bestscreen-shot-2017-05-27-at-18-55-07
thing is, they can use the same URL every Christmas- meaning any paid marketing does not go to waste and can be used year on year. Splitter HQ helps businesses get a better ROI on their marketing.

 

 

 

 

Splitter HQ was also used by Zenko Properties in Leeds.

This allowed them to create clean looking Short URLs and QR Codes for their properties.

Being able to customise them and track the URL/QR Codes performance helped keep it organised and realise where their customer base was.
Zenko were able to simply share the QR Code on their marketing leaflets for the property of the month.

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QR Codes

Philips used Splitter HQ for our QR Codes. The QR Codes were placed around cities for marketing purposes.

 

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Philips could track the QR Codes performance

from the Splitter HQ Analytics page. Also if the

destination address changed, they could easily

update it in real time as the QR Codes are

soft coded.

 

 

 

If you are looking for a Link Management Platform or simply looking to target your customer more directly Splitter HQ can be of assistance. We offer a FREE 28 day trial and our plans start from just £45 thereafter. If you have any enquiries please email us: Info@SplitterHQ.com

 

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Originally posted 2017-05-28 11:25:29.

QR codes can be a powerful marketing tool to keep potential customers engaged. But where should you be directing your customers to? There’s a whole range of options and it all depends on exactly what you want you’re marketing campaign to achieve – Want to boost customer engagement? Send them to your most active social media platform. Advertising a sale? Take your customer straight to where they can bag a bargain.

Here are ten places you can direct your customers with a QR code: 

1. To your app – If you’re talking about your app, it’s vital to include a simple, accessible way for potential downloaders to install it instantly. Whether on a billboard or a promotional leaflet, a QR is perfect for taking customers directly to the app store page they need.

2. Social media platforms – If you’re looking to build a community and boost engagement, directing interested customers to your social media platform could be the key. Encourage users to use your QR code and be part of the conversation.

3. Online storefront – Connect your physical and digital offering with a QR code. If you have a retail outlet have QR codes around so that customers know exactly where they can browse online, especially if you have a bigger range available in your digital store.

4. Product information – Some products need more information to encourage users to make a purchase than you can fit in a finite amount of space. A QR code is an ideal way to provide those extra facts and advice.

5. Offers and promotions – If you’re advertising a sale, promotion, or an offer, a QR code can be a customer’s easy was to access exactly what you’re trying to promote.

6. Photos and videos – Some forms of advertising can be static but a QR code can help bring it to life. With links to videos or photographs, you can give your customers a new perspective on your marketing and encourage them to share across social media platforms.

7. Free downloads – Engage with your customers by offering a free download that’s valuable to them. From how to guides to white papers, content that is easily downloadable can capture an audience’s interest.

8. Instructions – Do your products or services require instructions? Provide users with a digital copy through a QR code that perfectly matches on the go lifestyles.

9. Email subscription – Businesses shouldn’t underestimate the power email marketing campaigns can have. Make it simple for interested consumers and businesses alike to leave their email and register their interest in receiving updates.

10. Feedback forms – Feedback can prove invaluable for businesses that are eager to grow. Use a QR to take your customers to a place where they can leave you direct feedback.

 

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Originally posted 2017-05-24 13:23:28.

 

No matter what industry you’re in or what your business offers, a carefully planned marketing strategy is key to growing your customer base. One aspect of your plan should involve location-based marketing.

 

Why is targeted marketing important?

Targeting your potential customers based on location is hugely important to grow your customer base and boost your business sales. There are things you can do that are straightforward and easy to implement, and will pay dividends for your business in the long run. Here’s our four-step process for getting started:

  1. Monitor your sales

The first step to targeting customers based on location is doing research. If you offer different products and packages, monitor which performs best in certain countries or regions. This information can then inform any changes you make to content and the way you market to certain demographics.

  1. Localize your website

Does your website only speak to people in one location? Does it contain relevant information for customers in different countries or regions? Creating localized content is the next step in creating a great marketing campaign. You need to generate content that will be interesting and engaging for potential customers in each region or different. This could include changing the wording, using specific information about dates and locations, or changing your promotions.

  1. Concentrate on mobile

Mobile marketing is an increasingly important part of any strategy. Optimise your mobile plan to target users in different locations and you could see a boost in sales. When it comes to mobile marketing, recent research shows that over 40% of consumers feel that marketing communications they receive on mobile devices are not relevant or useful to them. With such a big market of unsatisfied customers, businesses that concentrate on their mobile marketing communications can stand out from the crowd. Targeting notifications so that they are sent at the optimum time to the optimum people is key to getting localized marketing right.

  1. Use Splitter

Splitter is the ultimate tool to accompany your localized marketing strategy. With just one simple link, you can direct customers to different webpages. It goes hand in hand with your new, updated, localised website to increase your customer base and boost your sales. You can find out more about how Splitter works by clicking here.

 

 

 

 

Originally posted 2017-03-08 16:49:38.

Splitter elevates marketing strategyMillions of businesses use social media to build an online following and improve communication. Innovative business Splitter HQ is giving firms a new tool to add to their social media process – custom URLs. Using bespoke, short URLs can help boost a business’ professional image across platforms and ensure their links are instantly recognisable.

Around a third of the global population use social media platforms regularly, giving businesses an incredible opportunity to connect with customers and potential leads alike. In fact, content consumption increased by over 50% on Facebook between 2014 and 2016, highlighting just how powerful linked content can be for businesses across a range of industries.

Caitlin Williamson, Managing Director of Splitter HQ, said, “Social media has become a must for marketing teams across the country. But as digital marketing continues to rise so does the competition to get noticed and attract customers to click on their links. Using custom URLs is a simple, effective way to make sure that a brand’s identity is evident in every link. Not only does it help to project a professional image across all marketing channels but it means that avid readers and customers will automatically be able to identify content linking back to a business’ site, helping to drive traffic.”

As well as giving users an option to create custom URLS, Splitter HQ offers a range of tools that can be utilised for improving digital marketing. The key feature customers benefit from is the ability to redirect customers clicking on links based on a range of criteria, including device type, location, and time. The feature allows businesses to provide targeted, localised marketing campaigns through a single shared link. For firms with multiple locations or customer segments, it can be an invaluable tool for creating marketing links that reflect each section of their audience. With access to detailed real time analytics, the ability to create QR codes, and more, Splitter HQ can help businesses create marketing campaigns that are successful, supporting growth aims.

Originally posted 2017-04-26 12:55:30.